The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to need to do a lot of revamping to compete in the AFC South.
Though the Buccaneers increased their win total from four in 2011 to seven in 2012, there is room for improvement.
They have good prospects for the future, with quarterback Josh Freeman having a nice rebound season, rookie sensation Doug Martin rushing for over 1,400 yards and Mike Williams and Vincent Jackson forming a formidable receiving duo. The Bucs also featured the No. 1 run defense in 2012, based on yards allowed.
But in a division as competitive as the NFC South, the Bucs will need to make the most of their $32.2 million in cap space.
If the Bucs make the right moves, they could be in contention for a playoff spot in 2013 in a great division.