What are the six key things PewterReport.com Bucs beat writer Scott Reynolds will be looking for on Tampa Bay’s second division game of the year, this time against Carolina? Find out in SR’s Pick 6.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 1-2 on the season, but are 1-0 in the NFC South and are hoping to remain undefeated in the division with a home win against the Carolina Panthers, which have swept the Bucs in each of the last two seasons. What are the six things PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds is looking for in Tampa Bay’s upcoming game? Find out right here in SR’s Pick 6.https://www.pewterreport.com/articles/srs-pick-6-bucs-vs-panthers-2/
With George Johnson hampered by a neck injury and ineffectiveness, look for Tampa Bay to use T.J. Fatinikun with greater regularity on third downs and in obvious pass rush situations as he is the fastest defensive end the Bucs have. Newton has only been sacked five times through three games. That’s partly due to his mobility, but also due to the fact that Carolina’s offensive line has blocked well. The Bucs will have the crowd noise on their side to help their pass rush, which should allow Tampa Bay’s edge rushers to get to Newton.Advantage: Buccaneers
I'm sorry, how exactly is this an advantage for the Bucs?The crowd noise is going to help our pass rush?Bwahahaha!!!!!
What confuses me is that this article says that the Panthers’ offensive line is playing well while I believe Scott in the chat room stated that a couple of their offensive linemen haven’t been playing well and the Bucs could take advantage of that. Seems like there may be a little inconsistency in that story, though I might be remembering it wrong.
Viewing 3 reply threads
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.
PewterReport.com prides itself on being the most complete, comprehensive news source covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and delivering inside scoop on the team found nowhere else.