It's becoming more difficult to defend the play-calling and it's equally as difficult to support quarterback Josh Freeman, who threw four interceptions in the Bucs' 24-18 loss to the Chicago Bears at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
The team's composure is being called into question with cornerback Aqib Talib drawing a personal foul penalty late in the fourth quarter and tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. continuing to flail his arms when being touched by a defender.
Eight devastating penalties for 69 yards, three of them by right tackle Jeremy Trueblood alone, didn't make matters any better.
The injuries are piling up with running back Earnest Graham going down, as well as starting guard/backup center Jeremy Zuttah also being hobbled.
Will the injury excuse be what we hear during the next couple of weeks going into the bye?
What did we learn in the Buccaneers' loss?