Potential solution for Buccaneers offensive problems

Tom Brady, Byron Leftwich, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Tom Brady, Byron Leftwich, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports /

The offense of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a plethora of problems. However, a solution may have been found late in the Buccaneers most recent victory.

It’s no secret that the offense of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has not exactly lived up to the expectations hoisted upon them coming into the 2022 season. The Buccaneers were expected to be Super Bowl contenders, especially with the state of the NFC, but they’ve been anything but.

To put it bluntly, and perhaps harshly, the Bucs have stunk on ice, and a lot of it has to do with the struggles of the offense. It’s even more frustrating when you consider the playmakers they have not their offense. Oh, and a ballplayer named Tom Brady playing quarterback.

It is ok though, because in the Buccaneers victory on Christmas night over the Arizona Cardinals, the answer to their problems may have been discovered.

It’s honestly pretty funny at this point. The entire offense, Brady included, looks nothing more than lethargic for at a minimum of 55 minutes of game play. Once crunch time hits though, Brady and the Bucs kick it into overdrive, and morph into the offense we all thought they could be.

So what gives? Well, the answer to their problems is simple. The Buccaneers need to incorporate more no-huddle to their offensive gameplan, if not run that sort of offense exclusively.

A lot of frustrations towards the Bucs offense stems from the play calling. When the no huddle is utilized late in games, the GOAT does GOAT things, and is able to lead the boys down the field, and ultimately win games. It’s happened on multiple occasions in 2022, usually on primetime, so the entire country and beyond is aware of this.

Obviously in the world of the NFL nothing is this black and white easy. However, it isn’t too much to ask for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to simply incorporate more no huddle in their offensive scheme. The playoffs and NFC South are still in doubt, and any potential wrinkle can make a big difference, so why not give it a whirl?