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Two weeks from now, it matters, Martin Fennelly writes.. A frightening thought for Bucs fans, given how Jameis Winston and the club looked Saturday in their third preseason game, an ugly loss to Cleveland.
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The Buccaneers trimmed their roster to 80 players Sunday and face a Tuesday deadline to get down to the league-mandated limit of 75 for the final preseason game.
With only one preseason game left before games start to matter, protecting the franchise is proving yet again to be an order perhaps too tall for the Bucs’ offensive line.
In this video, Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith and quarterback Jameis Winston speak to the media following Saturday night’s 31-7 loss against the Cleveland Browns.
Given their heavy reliance on youth, you can expect the Buccaneers to have a few days this season like the night they had Saturday at Raymond James Stadium.
Instead of emerging as an organizational strength during the preseason, special teams remain a major concern for the Buccaneers.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins had every reason to believe the play was over. The whistle had blown, after all, and just as he’d always been taught, the second-year tight end played right to that whistle.
Here they come again. The football reformers are out in force after a spate of preseason injuries around the league — like this is anything new.
There is only one preseason game that comes close to mirroring a regular-season game — and that’s the third one. Coaches actually game plan, though not to a great degree, and projected starters get the most playing time.
Big and colorful, with aerodynamic designs and interiors like a lavish suite at the Waldorf, a procession of recreational vehicles will roll into designated spaces outside the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game tonight. ...
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