Tampa Bay
Buccaneers
Stadium Raymond James Stadium
5-11-0 Overall | 2-4 NFC SOUTH 4th
TEAM STATSRUSHINGPASSINGPTS/G
Offense95.2334.924.8
Defense123.9273.929
Schedule
Regular season
Week 1Sun  9/9
@
Saints
W48-40
Week 2Sun  9/16
vs
Eagles
W27-21
Week 3Mon  9/24
vs
Steelers
L27-30
Week 4Sun  9/30
@
Bears
L10-48
Week 6Sun  10/14
@
Falcons
L29-34
Week 7Sun  10/21
vs
Browns
W / OT26-23
Week 8Sun  10/28
@
Bengals
L34-37
Week 9Sun  11/4
@
Panthers
L28-42
Week 10Sun  11/11
vs
Redskins
L3-16
Week 11Sun  11/18
@
Giants
L35-38
Team Outlook and Scouting Report

REGULAR SEASON RECAP

The season went much worse than expected. They won 5 games vs an expected win total of 6.3. They met expectations at home, it was on the road that they struggled. They went 1-7 on the road and were expected to win 2.6. Their 50% home win percentage was as expected (46.7%). Below is a recap of all 16 regular games. Anyone who backed the Buccaneers in all of their games on the money line would have earned a +20 unit profit at a 100 per game risk. Against the spread, they have lost -70 units risking 110 to win 100 (7-7 ATS).

They are an above average scoring team based on points per game, which make sense given their strong yards per play rank. They are a very poor scoring defense based on points per game and a below average defensive TD rate.

TEAM OFFENSE (League Rank):

TEAM DEFENSE:

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Roster
NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateEXPCOLLEGE
26 Adams, Andrew DB5-1120510/28/19923Connecticut
91 Allen, Beau DT6-332711/14/19915Wisconsin
9 Anger, Bryan P6-320510/06/19887California
82 Auclair, Antony TE6-625605/28/19932Laval (Canada)
25 Barber, Peyton RB5-1122502/27/19943Auburn
77 Benenoch, Caleb G6-530508/08/19943UCLA
59 Bond, Devante LB6-123607/03/19933Oklahoma
84 Brate, Cameron TE6-524507/03/19914Harvard
49 Bullough, Riley LB6-222811/23/19931Michigan State
65 Cappa, Alex G6-630501/27/19950Humboldt State
97 Curry, Vinny DE6-327906/30/19887Marshall
54 David, Lavonte OLB6-123301/23/19907Nebraska
33 Davis, Carlton CB6-120612/31/19960Auburn
69 Dotson, Demar T6-931510/11/198510Southern Miss
35 Elliott, Javien CB5-1117607/18/19933Florida State
86 Ernsberger, Donnie TE6-223710/13/19960Western Michigan
13 Evans, Mike WR6-523108/21/19935Texas A&M
14 Fitzpatrick, Ryan QB6-222311/24/198214Harvard
92 Gholston, William DT6-628107/31/19916Michigan State
12 Godwin, Chris WR6-120902/27/19962Penn State
4 Griffin, Ryan QB6-521011/17/19895Tulane
24 Grimes, Brent CB5-1018507/19/198312Shippensburg
22 Harris, De'Vante CB5-1119006/30/19943Texas A&M
88 Hudson, Tanner TE6-523911/12/19940Southern Arkansas
10 Humphries, Adam WR5-1119506/24/19934Clemson
11 Jackson, DeSean WR5-1017512/01/198611California
66 Jensen, Ryan C6-431905/27/19915Colorado State-Pueblo
39 Johnson, Isaiah FS6-020910/14/19921South Carolina
27 Jones, Ronald RB5-1120808/03/19970USC
78 Ledbetter, Jeremiah DE6-329506/02/19942Arkansas
67 Liedtke, Michael G6-330501/15/19921Illinois State
52 Lynch, Cameron LB6-022908/04/19934Syracuse
74 Marpet, Ali G6-430704/17/19934Hobart
93 McCoy, Gerald DT6-430002/25/19889Oklahoma
94 Nassib, Carl DE6-727504/12/19933Penn State
55 Nunez-Roches, Rakeem DT6-230707/03/19934Southern Miss
90 Pierre-Paul, Jason DE6-527501/01/19899South Florida
37 Rivers, David CB6-018507/23/19941Youngstown State
32 Rodgers, Jacquizz RB5-620502/06/19908Oregon State
89 Sanborn, Garrison LS6-124007/31/198510Florida State
5 Santos, Cairo K5-816011/18/19915Tulane
30 Shaw, Josh CB6-120003/27/19924USC
76 Smith, Donovan T6-633806/23/19934Penn State
29 Smith, Ryan CB5-1118909/07/19933North Carolina Central
57 Spence, Noah DE6-225101/08/19943Eastern Kentucky
36 Stewart, M.J. CB5-1120009/16/19950North Carolina
53 Taylor, Adarius OLB6-123009/21/19904Florida Atlantic
50 Vea, Vita DT6-434702/05/19950Washington
17 Watson, Justin WR6-321504/04/19950Pennsylvania
61 Wester, Leonard T6-630501/03/19933Missouri Western State
31 Whitehead, Jordan FS5-1019803/18/19970Pittsburgh
85 Wilson, Bobo WR5-918601/25/19951Florida State
3 Winston, Jameis QB6-423101/06/19944Florida State