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    Iabucfan

    The defense did improve this year which was good to see. I am looking forward to the havoc they will make on opposing offenses in 2015. Go Bucs!

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    warren

    Still need a DE, CB, DT, and MLB to be a good defensive unit; and that is IF they heve no major injuries.

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    matador

    Everyone on this team, McCoy included despite his improved play the last two years, needs to stop running their mouths and start making plays, with greater hustle, intensity and precision. Yak yak yak. Do your talking on the field.

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    owlykat

    When you consider how many minutes our Defense had to play the latter part of this year they did darn good except for MLB and I told them from the first how to solve that problem cheaply.

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    scubog

    The defense improved by leaps and bounds as the season went along in spite of sub-par play from a few individuals, injuries to players in the secondary and most importantly, an offense that was inept. When you really think about what was accomplished with players virtually coming in off the street and having to play, it was an amazing feat. What I saw was effort with the exception of a few we know may not return. Yes, there are still needs at CB, MLB and DE to get this unit comparable with the play-off years; but I think we can now stop with the ridiculous notion that the Tampa 2 is obsolete. Perhaps “vintage” with a few tweaks this off-season.

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