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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ season all but ended

 Sunday with a loss against the New Orleans Saints. After winning back-to-back
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, the Bucs were able to get out to a 14-3 lead at
halftime, but couldn’t do anything in the second half to put the game away. But
don’t worry, the grades will continue even though the writing is officially on
the wall for 2018. OffenseAs previously mentioned, the offense was the catalyst
to the defeat against the Saints. As with most games this season, it was a tale
of two different halves. Despite scoring 14 points in the first half, there
wasn’t much production yardage-wise for the Tampa Bay offense. They came in at
198 net yards, but they were extremely efficient on third down (5/8) and in the
red zone and goal-to-go (100% in both categories). Tampa Bay averaged 4.8 yards
per carry on the ground, but Jameis Winston led the team with 37 yards on three
carries in the first half. The Bucs ran for 76 yards as a team. It all fell
apart in the second half. The offense could only muster up 81 total yards in the
second half. I don’t even need to explain how that translated into zero points.
They went (1/6) on third down, yards per play went from (5.21) to (4.3), and
Winston completed just 6/17 passes. A lot of the credit goes to the Saints’
defense. They made life pretty miserable for the Bucs all day long, especially
the Saints’ secondary. Every time Winston attempted a pass, there was a defender
near - if not completely covering - the targeted receiver. Winston tried, but
couldn’t get it done SundayPhoto by Mike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesThe offensive line
was pretty bad as well. Donovan Smith has regressed in the latter stages of this
season and Demar Dotson’s age looks to have caught up with him. I won’t even
mention right guard. Or center. Ryan Jensen is arguably the year’s biggest
disappointment. Hell, Ali Marpet may be the only starter to come back in 2019.
And to put it into full context, here are the final six possessions - they all
came in the second half - of the game:Missed FGBlocked
PuntPuntPuntPuntInterceptionI think it’s safe to say that’s not the formula for
winning football games. Final Grade: 1.5 (D)DefenseMark Duffner continues to do
a very good job with very limited resources. Tampa Bay’s defense has played well
over the course of the past three weeks. They just couldn’t hold on against the
Saints on Sunday. Can you really blame them? Outside of the Dallas
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, no one has been able to hold the Saints down
for a full four quarters this season. With no offensive help, it was only a
matter of time before the levee broke on defense. But 25 points in one half is
still inexcusable, no matter what you’re up against. Poor tackling and execution
helped the Saints come back in the game and it was never more evident than on
Mark Ingram’s touchdown run to take the lead. Just watch below. You’ll see what
I’m talking about. On top of that, they allowed close to 200 yards, a 71% third
down conversion rate (5/7), and 97 rushing yards in the second half. The defense
continued to battle injuries as well after losing Kevin Minter early to a
season-ending injury. The second half effort wiped out a dominant first half
that saw the Bucs take the Saints to the woodshed defensively. Everything looked
to be on track after Carl Nassib was able to get a strip-sack on Brees after
halftime, but it all fell apart soon after.At the end of the day, you have to
find a way to get the job done if you want to call yourself a good team. Tampa
Bay couldn’t find a way, therefore, they lost. Final Grade: 2.0 (C)Special
TeamsThere is only one word for this unit’s performance - YIKES.After two weeks
of pure bliss, Tampa Bay fans were reminded that they are still Tampa Bay fans
as they watched Cairo Santos miss two very makeable kicks from inside the 40-50
yard range. Then they watched as Taysom Hill bolted through the Bucs’ punt
protection to block Bryan Anger’s punt in the third quarter. It was by far and
away the biggest play of the game. The block gave the Saints the ball at the
Bucs’ 30 and the Saints’ offense scored the first touchdown of the game because
of the great field position.Yes, you read that right. Hill is the backup
quarterback for New Orleans. It was absolutely atrocious. It really feels like
the Football Gods wanted to remind us all that we are currently in special teams
purgatory and that there is no chance of ever getting out. Final Grade: 0.0 (F)
CoachingYou never want to leave a game asking yourself “what the hell happened”.
That scenario came up again on Sunday, with many fans and analysts scratching
their heads in order to figure out what happened with Tampa Bay. A lack of
adjustments on both sides of the ball doomed the Bucs. On offense, they couldn’t
come up with a plan to combat a Saints defense that was playing very well and on
defense they couldn’t figure out how to stop the Saints offense in the fourth
quarter. While Duffner has done a very good job with what he has, I’m not sure
if it’s enough to retain his position next year and the same goes with Todd
Monken. Sure Peyton
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had some questionable ones as well. We all know what is going to happen with
Dirk Koetter. It’s just a matter of time. Final Grade: 1.0 (D)Overall Grade:
1.13 (D)Like most games of the past half-decade, this was a very frustrating one
to watch. It looked like the Bucs would pull of their second straight upset of
the season, but they ultimately fell short. Hopefully a new regime will be able
to find ways to win these types of games. Overall Grade For The Season: 2.07 (C)
TAMPA BAY (5-11) at NEW ORLEANS (12-6)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxOPENING LINE -
Saints by 7RECORD VS. SPREAD - Buccaneers 6-9-1, Saints 8-9SERIES RECORD -
Saints lead 32-20LAST MEETING - Buccaneers beat Saints 31-24, Dec. 31, 2017AP
PRO32 RANKING - Buccaneers No. 29, Saints No. 6BUCCANEERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (9),
RUSH (27), PASS (4).BUCCANEERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (20), RUSH (31), PASS
(7).SAINTS OFFENSE - OVERALL (2), RUSH (5) Cheap
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, PASS (5).SAINTS DEFENSE - OVERALL (32), RUSH
(23), PASS (32).STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES 鈥?Teams split two meetings in 2017,
with each winning at home. ... With incumbent starting QB Jameis Winston
suspended, veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick starts his 13th pro season. Fitzpatrick
passed for 1,103 yards, seven TDs, three INTs with Bucs last season. ...
Buccaneers RB Ronald Jones set to make NFL debut, selected in second round of
2018 draft. Jones rushed for 3,619 yards with 39 TDs at USC. ... WR Mike Evans
had 1,001 yards receiving last season, joined Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss
and A.J. Green as only players in NFL history with four consecutive 1,000-yard
seasons to begin career. ... TE O.J. Howard had six TD catches last season, tied
for first among rookies. He ranked third with 432 yards receiving. ... Bucs DT
Gerald McCoy had team-high six sacks last season Buccaneers
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, has 44 陆 sacks since 2012. ... DE Jason
Pierre-Paul makes Bucs debut. He had 8 陆 sacks with New York Giants in 2017. ...
LB Lavonte David forced five fumbles last season, tied for second most in NFL,
and led Bucs with 101 tackles. ... Saints have not won regular-season opener
since 2013. ... Saints have won past two at home vs. Buccaneers and six of past
seven meetings in New Orleans. ... Saints are defending NFC South champs ... QB
Drew Brees begins season with 70,445 career yards passing, only active player
and one of only three in NFL history, along with Peyton Manning and Brett Favre,
with more than 70,000 yards. Last season Brees set single-season record with 72
percent completion rate. He ranked fourth in 2017 in yards passing with 4,334.
... RB Alvin Kamara was 2017 Offensive Rookie of Year. ... CB Marshon Lattimore
was Defensive Rookie of Year in 2017 and led all rookies with five INTs. He tied
for first among rookies with 18 passes defensed. ... DE Cameron Jordan had
career high 13 sacks in 2017 and made All-Pro for first time since joining NFL
in 2011. Jordan also broke up 11 passes, had one INT for TD and two forced
fumbles. ... LB Demario Davis makes Saints debut. Davis ranked sixth in NFL with
135 tackles in 2017 with Jets. ... Fantasy Tip: Kamara led NFL rookies and
ranked second in NFL with 14 total TDs and with Mark Ingram suspended for first
four games, Kamara surely will get more touches.
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