Happy New Year, Buc Nation!! It’s time for some cannon fire in Times Square, as the Bucs are set to take on the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.
Arians set to resume coaching duties
Head Coach Bruce Arians has cleared COVID protocol and is set to resume his coaching duties, which were scheduled to be handled by Assistant Head Coach/Run Game Coordinator Harold Goodwin. Also, returning to his coaching duty is wide receivers coach Kevin Garver.
Bucs Defense could have a field day but must contain Jets Zach Wilson.
The Bucs defense will look to wreak havoc on the Jets as Todd Bowles returns to face the organization he once coached. Last week, the Buccaneers recorded seven sacks against the Panthers, taking down both Cam Newton and Sam Darnold.
Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson will make his debut against the Bucs and could give them a run for their money. Wilson, who has 2,013 yards, seven touchdowns, and eleven interceptions, will attempt to make his Rookie of the Year statement.
Bucs will begin the New Year on the right track.
Look for it to be a great beginning to the new year for the Bucs, as they will defeat the Jets, 38-17, and improve to 12-4 with an attempt to capture the 2nd seed in the NFC.