(AUDIO) Charles Davis Says The Bucs Could Be A Breakout Team Next Year With The Right Coach

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished a disastrous 2013 season with a 4-12 record, head coach Greg Schiano losing his job, and general manager Mark Dominick receiving his walking papers after five years on the job and almost two decades with the organization in other capacities.

Fox Sports analyst Charles Davis made his weekly appearance on Fan Interference and spoke with Jeff “Pants” Pantridge about what the Bucs are going through right now, adding that with the right coach, they could be a breakout team in 2014. Davis also talked about quick turnarounds in the NFL happening due to the right coach stepping into a good situation, and also provided a breakdown of the BCS National Championship game and the Cotton Bowl, a game he will be covering for Fox. Click below to listen!

Charles Davis 12-31-13

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