July 7, 2022

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The Bucs Have Very Winnable Games Down The Stretch.

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The Buccaneers won Sunday afternoon in Atlanta to earn there fourth win of the season. Still, there were two turnovers from the Bucs offense, but the Buccaneers still got an NFC South road win in Atlanta, and the Falcons also turned the ball over twice. The Bucs have five games left in the 2019 season, and I want them to win them all, but I think only three of them are very winnable.

The Bucs travel to Jacksonville next, and I think this is the most winnable game on the schedule because this is a very evenly matched game. The MVP of Super Bowl LII is the Jaguars quarterback, and it seems like the Jaguars still get any offense figured out even with Leonard Fournette in the backfield. The Jaguars’ defense is very talented also, and they gave up 42 points to the Titans and gave up two touchdowns in 16 seconds to Derrick Henry.

The Lions will visit Tampa Bay on December 15th, and this game does not seem as easy as it looks. The Lions have been known to surprise teams, especially when you are expecting to show up and win. Matthew Stafford has not made noise in a long time, but the Buccaneers should not take this one lightly.

The Bucs will close out the season at home against their most hated rival of all the Atlanta Falcons. The Buccaneers did beat them in Atlanta last Sunday, and the last time the Bucs did sweep the Falcons was back in the 2007 season. I think it would be a great way to end year one of the Bruce Arians era to sweep the Falcons.

The rest of the way, we need to take it one game at a time, but you also have to think about the future of the Buccaneers and Bruce Arians. If the Buccaneers can even get another upset like a win over the Colts and win all of these games, I talked and finished 8-8 that would be something. To be honest, though, I hope yesterday’s win didn’t get fans like me over our heads.