The Buccaneers finally appear to have an offense that is going to attack teams in the underneath passing game (duh, why were we ignoring most the field) and all we keep hearing everywhere about Tedford’s offense is “Speed in Space”, but biggest difference between the NFL and College is that guys get hit hard, especially guys that play in space. When you look around the league at offenses that succeed with the underneath passing game, it isn’t speedsters making those catches. Some of the guys have some speed, but when you look at the big names what you find is guys that are smart, quick, and can take a hit (and Danny Amendola). I like the guys the depth the Bucs have at WR now, and the threat of speed, but when it get's to crunch time it's going to be your bread and butter dependable guys who can get it done.
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