Execution & O-Line Play Is the DifferenceDecember 9th, 2013
So how are the Bucs winning four of five games after an 0-8 start?
The answer isn’t rocket science, explained former Bucs tight end Anthony Becht on WDAE-AM 620 this morning.
“I think it’s very simple, and it’s not really something you overanalyze. It basically comes down to execution and offensive line play,” Becht said. “I just think we’re blocking guys up. We’re coming off the ball and controlling the line of scrimmage more than we had in the first eight games. And really that’s the key.
“You know I hate to say it doesn’t matter who your quarterback is. If you have a guy back there that can make throws and make completions, and you can run the football, and you don’t turn it over, you have a great chance of winning football games.”
Enjoy Becht’s full interview below. Becht explains why he believes the Bucs can win with Mike Glennon next year if certain changes are made.