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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium | Coach: Lovie Smith
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense30th85.9 (29th)206.1 (25th)
Defense25th113.7 (19th)255.2 (28th)


Sun Sep 7
L 20 - 14CAR
Sun Sep 14
L 19 - 17STL
Thu Sep 18
L 56 - 14at ATL
Sun Sep 28
W 27 - 24at PIT
Sun Oct 5
L 37 - 31at NO
Sun Oct 12
L 48 - 17BAL
Sun Oct 26
L 19 - 13MIN
Sun Nov 2
L 22 - 17at CLE
Sun Nov 9
L 27 - 17ATL
Sun Nov 16
W 27 - 7at WAS
Sun Nov 23
L 21 - 13at CHI
Sun Nov 30
L 14 - 13CIN
Sun Dec 7
L 34 - 17at DET
Sun Dec 14
L 19 - 17at CAR
Sun Dec 21
L 20 - 3GB
Sun Dec 28
L 23 - 20NO


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Bucs QB Mike Glennon on the move?
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

With the Buccaneers holding the No. 1 overall draft pick, the team has its choice of quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. The Tampa Tribune says "some around the league" believe other teams will try to trade for quarterback Mike Glennon, and that Glennon could net the Bucs a fourth- or fifth-round pick.

Glennon played in six games this season, throwing for 1,417 yards and 10 touchdowns with six interceptions. The team's refusal to play Glennon "even after their slim playoff hopes faded" has many observers believing the Bucs are ready to move on from him, the paper said.

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Evans likes Mariota, Winston, trusts Bucs' brass to 'do the right thing'
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

The Buccaneers, who own the first pick in the 2015 NFL draft, obviously could use some help at quarterback after the tandem of Josh McCown and Mike Glennon led Tampa Bay to a 2-14 record in 2014.

It is widely believed the No. 1 pick could either be Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota or Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston. Bucs general manager Jason Licht and coach Lovie Smith attended the Rose Bowl to watch the two quarterbacks square off.

If the Bucs choose to draft a quarterback with the No. 1 pick, then it seems wide receiver Mike Evans, who is coming off a stellar rookie season, would be fine with whoever Tampa Bay adds to the roster.

"My job is to catch the ball and make plays," Evans told FOXSports.com in a telephone interview. "I trust that our front office will do the right thing."

Evans, who totaled 68 receptions for 1,051 yards and 12 touchdowns in 2014, played with former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel at Texas A&M. He gave FOX Sports his scouting report of Winston and Mariota.

"They do different things, but they're both in the spotlight a lot," Evans explained of Winston. "Jameis had legal troubles, where Manziel parties too much, people say. It's still the same though with the off-the-field distractions. They both do a great job of owning the spotlight. Everyone wants to know what they're doing at all times. They're very popular. They're very famous.

"I know Oregon beat Florida State pretty bad, but I like Jameis' game a lot. I like Mariota's game, too. Mariota reminds me a lot of Manziel. A bigger version of course. He won the Heisman. He's a great player. His resume speaks for itself. I think Manziel creates a little more than Mariota. Manziel does some impossible things, but they're very similar.

"And for Jameis he'll stand in that pocket and deliver that ball. They're both great players."

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QB coach Marcus Arroyo will not be back with Buccaneers
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

The Buccaneers announced Friday quarterbacks coach Marcus Arroyo will not be returning to the team.

Arroyo spent just one season with the Bucs. He spent a large part of the season as the interim offensive coordinator after Jeff Tedford was forced to leave the team due to health reasons.

“I just want to thank Lovie Smith, Jason Licht, the Glazer family and the entire Buccaneer organization," Arroyo said in a statement. "I appreciated the opportunity to come in as a quarterbacks coach and I accepted the additional work and responsibilities for game planning placed upon me unexpectedly after Jeff’s illness. Despite these difficult circumstances, I enjoyed my time here very much. I am certainly looking forward to continuing my coaching career in the NFL and this experience will prove invaluable.”

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