The Bucs look very stable in the national power rankings, but that doesn't reflect the stability of this team, at least not in games. The Bucs seem nearly schizophrenic in games, even more than last year. The terrific performance in the second half isn't enough to push the Bucs into contender status in the eyes of most analysts, as the national power rankings show.
Will the Bucs hit their stride after overcoming a 17-0 deficit to beat Vikings in Week 2?
That just might have been a season-saving second half in Minnesota. At least they showed some spunk. Here come the Falcons.
The Bucs found a way to rip up the Vikings defense in the second half for the win on the road.
This was a great win on the road, particularly coming from 17 down, but Josh Freeman and the Bucs need to get going earlier in the game. That said, he may be the best fourth-quarter QB in the game. The Bucs will take this momentum into their divisional matchup with Atlanta next week.