Tampa Bay Buccaneers: What We’ve Learned Through Week 2 of Preseason

August 21, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As a good friend and colleague of mine always says, statistics are like bikinis; they show us some things but not all things.
The same can be said for preseason football, especially after just one game. Fans are already jumping to conclusions about rookies, free-agent signings and new coaches, despite most teams having just 60 minutes of preseason football under their belts so far this season.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are no exception, with many fans already concerned about top overall pick Jameis Winston after he struggled in the first few series of last week's loss to the Minnesota Vikings. Issues along the offensive line and on defense are also still present from last year's 2-14 team, which is leading some fans to already assume this year's team will meet a similar fate.
But there are silver linings to point out so far this preseason, as well. The glass is clearly half-full for the Bucs in some ways, such as a promising rookie class and improved depth at multiple pos...

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