The Bucs did some good things against the Jets. But inconsistency still raves in many facets of their game, and it’s obvious that it starts with the quarterback.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened up the 2013 NFL season with what many are expecting to be the “lowly” New York Jets. Tampa even has an ex-Jet on their side that was willing to share secrets from his former team. The team showed a lot of promise, but had one big and costly mistake too late in the game.
The Bucs will likely be without starting left guard Carl Nicks against the Jets. But compared to the Jets, the Bucs will go into Sunday’s game relatively healthy.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Carl Nicks is still attempting to recover from an MRSA infection. If he can’t play, the Bucs will have to get creative on the offensive line.
With the Jets having more to prove than any other team in the league, here’s why their home opener against Tampa Bay will be the most important showing of the whole season.
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