4 head coaches who should replace Todd Bowles and usher Bucs into a new era

Are we already looking ahead to next year? Yep.

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3. Brian Johnson, Offensive Coordinator, Philadelphia Eagles

What a week for the Philadelphia Eagles and offensive coordinator Brian Johnson. The Eagles escaped with a win over the Buffalo Bills in what ended up being the game of the week. Jalen Hurts and Josh Allen became the first quarterbacks ever to pass and rush for multiple touchdowns in the same game, so the offense was aplenty in this one.

Johnson can take a large portion of the credit for the development of Hurts, and is a big reason why the former Oklahoma and Alabama standout became one of the highest-paid quarterbacks in the league over this past offseason.

If the Bucs want a true offensive mine who has proven it, they should look at Johnson. The Eagles have two very good wideouts in A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, and the Bucs have a pair of strong wideouts themselves in Mike Evans (pending a re-signing) and Chris Godwin.

One of the biggest detriments to the Bucs' offense has been the inability to get the ball into the hands of their best players on a consistent basis, and you better believe Johnson could make that happen.