SHORT TERM PREDICTIONS: A Glimpse Of The Next 4 Weeks.
What a game last night! The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Carolina Panthers 20-14 on Thursday night football. The Defense played spectacular and the offense showed signs of great but also signs of bad. Especially penalties.
We dive in to the Buccaneers next four games & BOLD predictions to come with it.
WEEK 3) HOME vs New York Giants
SCORE PREDICTION: 34 – 17 | Buccaneers WIN
I believe the extra break they have will help sharpen the playbook on offense as well – specifically for the OL/TE’s. Mike Evans will want the ball more and maybe we can finally have a huge breakout run from Rojo or Barber. This new Tampa Defense – I have all the complete trust and faith they can get to Eli as well as limiting Saquan Barkley as much as possible.
WEEK 4) AWAY @ Los Angeles Rams
SCORE PREDICTION: 23 – 17 | Buccaneers WIN
Another Defensive type game like Week-2 vs Carolina. Defense vs Defense. Assuming they had McCaffrey gain 200+ yards on them, I have confidence we can compete against them. We may be clicking offensively around this point.
WEEK 5) AWAY @ New Orleans Saints
SCORE PREDICTION: 33 – 20 | Buccaneers LOSS
This is always a tough game, playing one of the best teams in the NFL as well a Division Rival. Playing in the Superdome has been hard but they have pulled out a win before. This case, I do not think our Defense can contain Kamara and Brees.
WEEK 6) HOME vs Carolina Panthers
SCORE PREDICTION: 35 – 21 | Buccaneers WIN
We are going to return from a two game road trip, and just sweep our Division Rivals. We play them again in a month. I predict they will crumble this season and it will be a game where we finally get two games ahead in the standings. Expect a huge game from our RBs as well as TE’s.
RECORD GOING INTO WEEK SEVEN: 4 – 2
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