Few of the Super Bowl-winning teams return next season with the same swagger to revive it for another championship.
In the case of the Super Bowl 55-winning Tampa Bay Buccaneers, this team appears not to have lost a stage since February after two weeks of exceptional play, making it an incredible clash against the Los Angeles Rams as the two undefeated teams (2-0) will face off at SoFi Stadium in week three.
To stop the Tom brady-Directed offense may be the No.1 priority on paper for the Rams, but the head coach Sean McVay and defensive coordinator Raheem Morris are going to have to exploit other clashes offered by this Bucs side, giving the Rams a favorable chance to give TB and Bucs their first loss of the season.
Getting to Know the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tampa Bay and general manager Jason Licht did what any Super Bowl winner should do on day one of the offseason: find a way to bring back the team that won the championship. It was a crucial strategy for the success of Tampa Bay because this team, either by the influence of Brady or by a true finesse of Licht, is Stacked. Edge rushers Shaquil Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul, To Antonio brown as WR3, at Lavonte David and White Soothsayerthe linebacker’s stranglehold on the midfieldâ¦ this team is relentless with the talent it will throw at opposing teams.
While fans were in doubt as to whether the veteran wide receiver Antonio brown would return to the team after a one-year stint, courtesy of BFF Tom brady, Licht and the front office found a way to get it back. Luckily for the Rams, Brown will miss Sunday’s game due to a COVID-related sideline.
The Tampa Bay offense is among the most formidable units in the NFL, but a Week 1 performance against the Cowboys ‘Swiss Cheese defense and a 48-point shellacking against Dean Pees’ Atlanta team won’t be. not close to the level of Raheem Morris’ skillful defense – picking up where Brandon Staley left off.
The Tampa Bay defense is no joke in itself but will be without Jason Pierre-Paul on his defensive line up front – which could be the winning factor in favor of the Rams this Sunday.
Pierre-Paul’s story as the QB pocket disruptor will not be on display at SoFi, which means Matthew Stafford and the hum of the Aries receiving body can expose the one unit that serves as Tampa’s Achilles heel: the secondary.
Losing top cornerback and former second-round pick Sean Murphy-Bunting to an elbow injury cost the anemic unit dearly. With Robert woods, Van Jeffersonsleeper DeSean Jackson, and Cooper KuppThe elite early-season game is set to challenge a young group around the corner from the Bucs – who have even considered bringing in Richard sherman to bolster its coverage – fans on both sides can look forward to an offensive showdown on Sunday.
One of the clashes that will surely come down to the offense that has the ball last, one bold prediction saw the Rams win this game. That’s what I’m gonna do here: Los Angeles Rams 38, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31.