This has been a dismal season so far, but there's a tiny reason for Bucs fans to be a little proud of a part of their team today: Davin Joseph made the Pro Bowl. The sixth-year offensive guard has earned his Pro Bowl berth with strong play after earning a seven-year, $53 million contract this offseason. Joseph has been a powerful drive blocker and solid pass protector this season, and he's been the key to the Bucs' strong running game. Or at least, a running game that is strong when the Bucs do choose to run the ball.
Joseph hasn't always been used to the best of his abilities, as the Bucs have a tendency to call a lot of zone running plays which don't highlight his strengths. But the veteran has done a good job, and is one of the few Bucs to deserve a Pro Bowl berth this season.
Other Tampa Bay Buccaneers who might have warranted some consideration are Connor Barth, Michael Koenen and Donald Penn, although Penn has had a poor couple of games recently after having a very strong start to the season.