The Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Curing What Ails the Bucs Through the Bye

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Curing What Ails the Bucs Through the Bye
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The Buccaneers entered their bye week on a bit of a low note. They just lost RB Earnest Graham, who has been a leader both on and off the field, for the rest of the season. The Bucs also returned from England with a 4-3 record following a demoralizing loss to Matt Forte and the Chicago Bears.

Raheem Morris and his team returned to angry internet postings and a skeptical media asking, “what’s wrong?” Considering the Buccaneers still have a winning record, these questions are somewhat curious. Nevertheless, the Bucs have some problems they need to work out.

While Tampa Bay has put together some very good games against Atlanta and New Orleans, they laid some serious stinkers against San Francisco and Chicago. While a fair share of the blame belongs to youth and bad luck, the team and its head coach need diagnose and treat what has turned a potentially 6-1 team into a 4-3 team.

Here are some suggestions for the Buccaneers to get them started.

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