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The score was 20-12 but this game never felt that close after the Ravens went ahead early.We’re going to take a different approach to this weeks Day After Game Reactions piece. Forget the segmented unit review. This team lost as a whole and we’re going to talk about them as a whole. The reaction to this one wasn’t pretty. There was very little to take away from this game when it came to positives but there were a whole lot of negatives. Day after reactions on the positive side. Peyton Barber started off hot and finished the day with 85 yards and the teams lone touchdown. If there’s one negative to take away from this it’s that the offensive play calling in the second half in a one score game all but forgot about Barber. Barber was the one good thing this pathetic offense had going for it on the afternoon. Barber scored in the first quarter and by mid 2nd quarter tallied 60 yards on the ground. Defensively there were two bright spots worth spotlighting in Lavonte David who racked up 12 tackles including the teams 2 sacks on the afternoon. 2nd is Vita Vea who had a career high in tackles with 9 combined. Vea was very active along the line of scrimmage and for good reason as the Ravens ran the ball via running backs and Lamar Jackson 49 times. The rest of the team filled the game with average to poor play... these are the reactions. Starting up front http://www.buccaneerslockerroom.com/auth...vea-jersey , the offensive line was awful again. Ryan Jensen was blown up in a critical moment yet again as Brandon Williams demolished him en route to a tackle for a loss on Peyton Barber’s 3rd and 1 attempt late in the game. The line gave Winston little pocket and time to work with throughout the game and in turn it was yet another week where the offensive line and play calling combined to hinder any chance of sustainable success passing the ball. Jameis Winston was very average in this game outside of a tremendous circus play which saw Winston perform his signature escape from the rush and deep heave downfield to Mike Evans. The play was the lone highlight from the passing game in this one. That pass aside, Winston tallied only another 93 yards on the afternoon while finishing 13 of 25. One can’t forget about an ugly underthrow that went for an interception. There’s debate as to whether Winston and his receiver were on the same page, tell me if you’ve heard that one before, or if it was truly just that poorly thrown. Regardless, it was another instance of a game where Winston did not look like a franchise savior and looked rather normal at quarterback. Normal/average are not what this franchise needs from him right now and in this ball game the offensive line and Chris Godwin did nothing to help out. Speaking of Godwin, he may have had his worst game as a professional in this one. Godwin had a terrible drop and failed to haul in either of his other two receptions in the game. Better yet, there was not a pass play of more than 9 yards to any player not named Mike Evans in this match. Side note, kudos to Mike Evans for turning 4 receptions into 121 yards. Coaching, game planning and adjusting with this staff appears optional. Dirk Koetter... what are you doing? As the head coach, how do you allow the in game play calls to not reflect the ebbs and flows of the game? You’re quarterback is struggling behind a piss poor offensive line and you choose to not help out with some faster hitting routes... why? You’re unable to throw the ball all second half yet you still continue to force it and get vanilla again with the run game... why do you allow this? That’s right, how silly of me? As Dirk himself has stated numerous times this season, he doesn’t know how to fix this. Mark Duffner, you are facing a still inexperienced quarterback yet you played soft coverage to end the 1st half as you watched Lamar freaking Jackson carve you up... why? Lamar Jackson single handedly beat this Buccaneer defense... how? The problem is the same as it always has been, this defense regardless of who coaches it simply can’t tackle the ball carrier and play disciplined. The sad part in reality is this, 20 points given up should be just fine for your offensive to out score the opponent and win. But not in Tampa Bay. Final reaction. It all comes back to the top where in Tampa Bay, coaching is optional. Tackling is optional. Blocking is optional. If things don’t drastically change in Tampa Bay over the near future, fandom will soon become optional for many. It’s time to make a statement. That statement needs to be holding those in charge accountable and breaking this staff apart. With the No. 94 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, Tampa Bay continued to fix up the secondary. Here, we have three things you should know about new Buccaneer corner Jamel Dean."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmThree things you need to know about new Buccaneers CB Jamel DeanNew,4commentsWith the No. 94 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, Tampa Bay continued to fix up the secondary. Here, we have three things you should know about new Buccaneer corner Jamel Dean.EDTShareTweetShareShareThree things you need to know about new Buccaneers CB Jamel DeanBrian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsThe run on defense for the Buccaneers in the 2019 NFL Draft continued in the third round Peyton Barber Jersey , as the team spent the No. 94 overall pick on a second straight cornerback: Auburn product Jamel Dean.With the selection of Dean, Tampa Bay added to its young cornerback group that already includes Vernon Hargreaves III, 2018 second-rounder Carlton Davis and 2019 second-rounder Sean Bunting. Like Davis and Bunting, Dean, who stands at 6-foot-1 and weighs in at 206 pounds, fits what defensive coordinator Todd Bowles wants in a cornerback.The Bucs had a lot of holes heading into this year’s draft, but it looks like they think the biggest issue is the secondary. The team’s pass defense has been atrocious in the last few years, so adding Bunting and Dean is obviously the front office’s way of addressing that.Here, we have three things you should know about new Bucs corner Jamel Dean.Dean had a crazy strong athletic career at Cocoa High SchoolMost draft picks are able to say that they were studs on their high school teams, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive that Dean played both ways at Cocoa High School AND ran track. According to his Auburn player profile, he had 975 offensive yards, with 22 receptions and 15 touchdowns as a senior at Cocoa. On top of that, he was a productive corner, totaling seven pass breakups. Dean was a two-time first-team all-state pick for Class 4A, earned the 2014 Brevard County player of the year award and was named the District 12 MVP by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association. 247Sports ranked him as the No. 32 cornerback prospect in the country, and he was also rated as a top-10 corner in the state of Florida. That’s not a bad high school football career. But in addition to earning attention on the football field, he also showcased his blazing speed on the track team. That speed was further showcased at the NFL Scouting Combine, where he ran a 4.3-second 40-yard dash. That was the second-fastest time of any player at the 2019 combine. There was a time when Dean thought his football career was overAccording to the Montgomery Advertiser, Dean almost didn’t get a chance to have the successful college football career that he ended up having at Auburn. He tore his ACL and meniscus as a senior in high school. He went ahead and went to Ohio State, where he had already accepted a scholarship, but team doctors said he was medically ineligible. Dr. James Andrews then said Dean was having issues strengthening the quad muscles in his leg. From there, he ended up transferring to Auburn. Another injury in 2016 set him back even further Ryan Smith Jersey , but he kept pushing.Dean eventually put the injury issues behind him. He went to play 26 games in two years (2017 and 2018) with the Tigers, totaling 73 tackles (44 solo), one sack, two interceptions and 19 passes defended. He allowed just 16 receptions on 42 targets in coverage, which helped him earn a solid 80.8 grade from Pro Football Focus.His size, speed and physicality make him a nice piece for Todd Bowles’ defense, and it’s clear that the team didn’t have much of a problem with his multiple knee surgeries. Even with his injury history, Tampa Bay liked him enough to make him their first of two 2019 third-round picks — allowing him to become the third Auburn product on the roster (Peyton Barber and Carlton Davis are the other two). Dean is a smart, high-character guyDean’s Auburn player profile notes that he graduated from Cocoa High School with a 3.8 GPA. He only continued to impress in the classroom throughout college, as he earned a spot on the SEC Academic Honor Roll in both 2017 and 2018. In 2017, he was an “Academic Top Tiger.”Dean has earned rave reviews from those who have been around him — not only as a football player and scholar, but also as a man. In an article from the Montgomery Advertiser, former Auburn defensive backs coach Greg Brown, who is now with Purdue, had this to say about Dean:Dean’s head coach, Gus Malzahn, was just as complimentary of him:The Bucs appear to be stocking up on tall, physical, high-character corners with the additions of Sean Bunting and Jamel Dean. With the state of their pass coverage and overall defense in the last few years, that can’t be a bad thing. You can find Jamel Dean on Twitter @jmd0074. Take some time to congratulate him and welcome him to Tampa Bay.
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