This may be the most frustrating unit for Buccaneers fans to watch.
I'm still baffled as to why Morris would put E.J. Biggers on the opposition's best wide receiver.
He can't hang with elite competition and can barely keep up with the team's second wideout.
Before injury, Cody Grimm looked lost and his replacement, Corey Lynch, is faring much better.
Ronde Barber still has the fire to play, but he's more of a blitzing corner now more than anything.
He's too small to cover tight ends and certainly isn't physical enough to handle bigger wide receivers. Not at this stage in his game.
Aqib Talib is the only consistent player in the secondary and the only one doing his job. There have been times when Talib thought he had safety help, but Sean Jones bit on a play-action fake, leaving Talib to fend for himself.
The secondary is ranked 21st in passing defense and have only two interceptions to show for it.
Not exactly dominating.