BUCCANEERS DEFENSE DEFENSE: This is the most important part of this whole defense strategy, according to defense experts.
The Buccaneers defense is one of the few in the league to be built with the intent to stop the run and stop the pass.
And it’s also one of only a handful of NFL defenses to have a QB that can take advantage of the new run game.
There are three major elements to the defense.
The first is the secondary, which features a pair of Pro Bowl cornerbackbacks and an athletic safety.
Second, the secondary is the backbone of the offense.
It features a trio of Pro Bowler wide receivers, two of whom are first-round picks.
Third, the linebackers are the heart of the defense, with two Pro Bowl-caliber corners and one of those studs in safety Brandon Browner.
The linebackers are often criticized for not having a great feel for the game, but they have a tremendous feel for what to do on the field.
They are quick and aggressive in covering tight ends, which allows them to make plays on the ball.
They’re also very adept at blitzing and getting after the quarterback.
There is a lot of talent on the defensive line.
If you look at the list of first-team All-Pro players on the line, it includes Pro Bowlers, Pro Bowlers and All-Pros.
The line is also in a position to be the most valuable player on the team.
It’s not just the best players on their own team, but the line also has the talent to help the defense be a threat to the other team’s offense.
The other element of this defense is the defensive front.
This is where you see some of the biggest problems with this defense, and it is the main reason the Bucs have been in the playoff hunt for the past four years.
The Bucs front seven, which is one that includes three Pro Bowl players, is one the best in the NFL.
The Tampa Bay defense is led by a top-notch defensive line, which includes Pro Bowl CB Josh Norman and Pro Bowl MLB Lavonte David, who have been playing at a top level for the last two years.
Their secondary is led, in part, by one of their best defensive backs in Jason McCourty.
This unit has one of my favorite defensive coordinators in Mike Zimmer.
It was one of his best defenses last year, and Zimmer was able to utilize all his skill players to make an impact in the secondary.
It gives this unit a lot more versatility, which helps the defense play faster.
The secondary also has one Pro Bowl receiver, WR Mike Evans, who is a first-ballot All-American and will be a major factor in the team’s future.
The linebacking corps, which also includes two Pro Bowles and two Pro BAs, is the strongest in the AFC, and is led at this position by defensive end Charles Johnson.
His combination of size, speed and playmaking ability gives the Bucs a dominant edge.
The defense also has two Pro All-Stars in cornerback Josh Norman, who has been playing as a starter for the Buccaneers since 2012 and was the first cornerback selected in the 2014 NFL Draft, and safety Earl Thomas, who had his best season in 2017 with Tampa Bay and will make his first Pro Bowl.
In addition, there are a couple of Pro Backs on the offensive line.
Right tackle Russell Okung is one for me, and I’m sure he’ll help this team win some games in 2017.
He has great size, and he’s played some right tackle in the past.
The second offensive lineman on the roster is Mike Evans.
He’s also an All-Star and a Pro Bowlineman, and will help in the run game, where the Bucs should be dangerous.
The third offensive lineman is left tackle Donald Penn, who should be able to be a big factor in this defense.
He is 6’8″, and will need to be strong to be effective against the run.
This team is stacked with talent on both sides of the ball, and the Bucs defense will be able get the job done.
It is a tough road to the playoffs for a team that is rebuilding and has some questions on defense, but I believe that this team will get to the postseason.