NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: 2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Predictions

July 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the first season under head coach Raheem Morris the Tampa Bay Buccaneers went just 3-13 and easily finished in last place in the NFC South. With so many changes taking place last season, it was no surprise the Buccaneers struggled, but the key will be showing some improvement this season, as they have a lot of very good young football players on this team. Here is a look at what the Bucs will send to the field, plus my take on where they finish the season in the NFC South.
The Buccaneers have very high expectations for quarterback Josh Freeman, who had his struggles as a rookie in 2009, throwing just 10 touchdowns to 18 interceptions. The coaching staff loves this kid and they believe he will make huge improvements this season.
I thought the Bucs might do something to improve a running game that finished 23rd in the NFL last season, averaging just 102 yards per game, but instead they seem content with using Derrick Ward and Cadillac Williams. If Freeman can s...

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