What’s Wrong With The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Defense?

Posted: 22nd September 2009 by JC De La Torre in NFL
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For eleven of the past thirteen years, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been one of the top ten defenses in the NFL. Today, they sit at 31st. For eleven of the past thirteen seasons, the one thing you could count on was the Buccaneers shutting down the opposing quarterback. You would see maybe two or three big passing plays of 40 yards or more in a season. Today, they've given up six in just two games. For eleven of the past thirteen seasons, teams would try to run against the Buccaneers, but find Derrick Brooks and company stuffing the attempts. Today, the Bucs are giving up an average of 168 yards a game on the ground. For over a decade, the Bucs defense told it's offense, "Give us 17 points, we'll give you a win." The Bucs are now 31st in the NFL in points allowed. The worst the Buccaneers ...

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