Tim Wright is now an every-down player. That's new, and undoubtedly related to the loss of Tom Crabtree, but it's also a testament to his improvement as a run-blocker. Wright's been an explosive receiver all season long, but run blocking has been (and probably always will remain) a weakness. Wright has shown steady improvement throughout his tenure, though, and has now turned into an every-down player.
The most intriguing thing is something Gur already talked about: Davin Joseph was benched. That has been a long time coming, as Joseph has been the team's worst offensive lineman this year after returning from a knee injury. With Joseph scheduled to earn a hefty salary next season, his tenure as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer may be coming to an end, even though he's been widely praised for his leadership and locker room presence.
Another continued source of surprise (for me at least) is Gerald McCoy's new role as an every-down player. Every-down defensive tackles (or defensive linemen) are exceedingly rare, because they tend to tire in games. Most defensive linemen see one or two drives on the sideline every game. For months now, though, Gerald McCoy has played nearly every snap in every game. On the season he's played 89% of all snaps -- only Mark Barron and Lavonte David have played more snaps on defense.