The Buccaneers are currently tied at half against one of the worst teams in the NFL. ‘Embarrassing’ doesn’t even fully do the performance justice.
The season from Hell isn’t getting much better for Tom Brady and the Buccaneers. In a game where Tampa needed anything to go right to keep their hopes for the postseason alive, it felt like everything went wrong.
The Bucs are currently tied at six with one of the worst teams in the league. The Cardinals have looked terrible all season, are likely moving on from their head coach this offseason, and are on to their third-string quarterback.
Apparently, none of that matters for the Bucs.
Tampa can’t score points on offense and the defense isn’t doing nearly enough to keep Trace McSorely from putting points on the board.
This game should be an absolute blowout in favor of the Bucs and we aren’t even close to that. In fact, the Bucs have generally been a much better team in the first half of games this season. Hopefully they can subvert that patter in the second half against a team they should dominate, but we aren’t holding our breath.
No matter how you look at this, every part of this season has been inexcusable for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. No team with this much talent should ever be in such a bad position where its fate is no longer certain.
The Buccaneers are going to need to make some dramatic changes after this season inevitably ends in a disappointing fashion.
This game may start to get better for the Bucs if they make the necessary changes, but history tells us that this hard-headed coaching staff is going to do little to make the proper changes during half time.
Just please, let this be over soon.
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