Still looking for their first win of the season, the Bucs may actually have a decent chance at home against the Cardinals this week.
The Bucs schedule won’t be getting easier in Week 3 as they have to travel to New England to play the undefeated Patriots.
The Bucs suffered a tough loss at the hands of the New York Jets in Week 1. But they are looking to get on the right track against a strong divisional opponent.
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.
The Falcons have clinched home field advantage throughout the playoffs. But they are still looking to finish the season strong against the Bucs.
The Bucs will take on the Rams on Sunday in a rather meaningless game. But the Bucs shouldn’t take the Rams lightly, because they’re better than they appear to be.
The Saints have Drew Brees at the helm, which makes the passing attack a very good one. But the Bucs will have to find a way to somehow limit the Saints’ passing game.
Nothing has gone right for the Eagles this season. But they’ll look to get back on track against the Bucs this week.
The Broncos have Peyton Manning, who has seen just about everything in the NFL. But the Bucs aren’t backing down, and will have to play their best game of the year.
The Bucs are facing their biggest challenge this Sunday against the high-powered Falcons. But the Falcons do have a few weaknesses.