Browns vs. Buccaneers: Postgame Grades, Notes and Quotes for Tampa Bay

August 30, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As impressive as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked in last week's home win, they proved they still have plenty of work to do as the Cleveland Browns blasted them 31-7 at Raymond James Stadium on Saturday night.
The Bucs struggled in all three phases of the game, failing to protect the quarterback and move the ball efficiently on offense, making Josh McCown look better than he ever did in a Tampa Bay uniform and even giving up a punt return for a touchdown for the game's opening score.
Tampa Bay managed just 177 yards of total offense, 58 of which came in the second half. Neither Jameis Winston nor Mike Glennon could move the ball for the Bucs, as the team managed just 10 first downs and averaged a mere 3.3 yards per play on offense.
Winston looked every bit the top overall draft pick in last week's win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but the rookie looked far more mortal on Saturday night, completing six of his 15 passes for 90 yards, no touchdowns and an ill-advised int...

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