Here’s my final #GMCPlaybook question for @SBNation this year: Did your team have a #ProfessionalGrade season? http://t.co/iQ1hxcHGwA— Marshall Faulk (@marshallfaulk) December 24, 2014
No, Marshall, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did not have a professional grade season. At 2-13 trending toward 2-14, professional grade is probably the single worst way to describe the Bucs. Everything that could have gone wrong, has gone wrong.
The Bucs have been devastated by injuries throughout the year. Their offensive coordinator fell ill before the season, and never returned to work. Their offensive line rebuild turned out to be closer to a demolition, and neither Josh McCown nor Mike Glennon turned out to be worth the light of day. A few bright spots notwithstanding, this season has been a total disaster.
So, no. The Bucs have not been professional grade. They've barely been amateur grade.
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