Any strategy and scheme analysis.
The snap counts reveal an interesting new story of the Bucs' fourth-quarter collapse, and the answer to this problem isn't simple.
The defense played well, but a few blown coverages almost cost the Tampa Bay Buccaneers the game. Find out who was at fault, and how the Bucs gave up over 300 yards through the air here.
On hybrid players and their effect on defense and offense.
Why would the Bucs be served by adding the option to their playbook in the red zone?
A few more thoughts on the Bucs' defensive scheme next season.
The safeties will play an important role in the team's new defense.
On the role of the tight end in the Bucs' offense.
The Bucs' struggled with play-action - so we look at why this was the case, and whether that will be solved this year.
Undersized linebackers are the rule, not the exception, in the Tampa Bay area.
Greg Cosell offers his opinion on what the Bucs should do with the fifth overall pick.
Sheridan's thoughts on the new defense.