Tampa Bay Buccaneers preview vs. Dallas Cowboys
We are now officially in Week One of the NFL season as the Buccaneers will play later tonight.
In what has been a particularly tumultuous off season for our Tampa Bay Buccaneers…. with the retirement of Tom Brady, the un-retirement of Tom Brady, the retirement of Ali Marpet, the departure of key veteran free agents, hiring of Todd Bowles to replace Bruce Arians as he moves into an advisor role, the retirement of Gronk, and more drama surrounding Tom Brady(leaks of his plans to join the dolphins and then his absence from the team which now appears to be due to personal issues at home)….. There has been plenty to unpack for our team.
However, here we are with football being back.
The Pirates will start their season off against the Dallas Cattle rustlers in the early evening game sometime in the evening.
Last year, we started our season against the same team, and it proved to be a nail-biter in the first game as we barely pulled out a 31-29 win against the Cowboys. Dak Prescott tossed for north of 400 yards in last year’s variant of this game, and controlling their passing game should be a point of convergence for Tampa Narrows this year.
One big difference for the Cowboys this year is the loss of Amari Cooper, who was their team’s leading receiver in last year’s game against us and was second on their team for the year. Exchanging Cooper to the Browns was somewhat of a problematic move as it certainly takes a unique playmaker off their group, but they have a great deal of confidence in CeeDee Sheep, their driving beneficiary last year, to keep on conveying the heap alongside Michael Gallup and newbie Jalen Tolbert.
Helping them out will be the efficiency of Dak Prescott, who had the fourth-highest completion percentage in the league last season, which should certainly make his receivers look better.
Our corners will need to be aggressive at the line and throw their receivers off their routes to be able to give our line some more time to get pressure on Dak, which should lead to less accurate passes.Carlton Davis, Jamel Senior member, and Sean Murphy-Hitting will be generally extremely occupied with this Dallas offence that likes to pass the ball a great deal!
Our run safeguard ought to be truly powerful again this year, even with the deficiency of Ndamakong Suh, as we actually have Vita Vea gobbling up space in the centre and one of the most mind-blowing linebacker bunches in the game.
In terms of our offence, we need to know where Micah Parsons is lining up on every single play. Parsons is a game changer who can get after the passer with ease, drop back into coverage, and sniff out ball carriers before they even make it to the line of scrimmage.This person is forceful, and he has a major effect on the game, so we most certainly need to ensure he’s represented.
The Cowboys defence also forced more Turnovers than any other team in the league last year, including forcing four(two fumbles and two interceptions) last time we played them, so taking care of the ball will be extremely important this time around.A great deal of that beginnings with Trevon Diggs, The Dallas cornerback who drove the association in captures a year ago. One thing to note, notwithstanding, is that while Diggs constrained a great deal of turnovers, he likewise surrendered a Lot of yards, surrendering more than 1,000 without help from anyone else last year, which makes him exceptionally high gamble, extremely high prize. Diggs had the option to take out Brady last year, so it will depend on Tom and his beneficiaries to limit Diggs’ gamble this year and limit his prize.
Another key piece to success on Sunday night, will be to come at the Cowboys with a balanced attack.Last year, Tampa scrambled for the seventh most yards in the association, and on the off chance that we can convey Dallas regard the intimidation of the run, that ought to dial back their deadly pass rush, and remove a portion of the tension from our hostile line to hold their blocks for as lengthy.The Cowboys rush defence is tied for 8th worst in the league in terms of opposing yards per carry, and that’s something that Leonard Fournette will need to capitalise on to truly impact the game this year.
With everything taken into account, I think we are in for one more exceptionally close game this first seven day stretch of the time, and I can hardly stand to separate the success (ideally) with you folks.