Bucs Should Expect Lots Of Passing

December 13th, 2020

Details how he would attack Bucs.

If former Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall was Vikings offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, Hall said crafting a gameplan for the Bucs defense would be simple.

In the month of November, the Bucs defense got lit up if not roasted through the air quite often. Even in a win against the Stinking Panthers, Hall noted that Carolina receiver D.J. Moore nearly had 100 yards receiving.

So what would Hall do? He said yesterday on the weekend edition of “Good Morning Football” that the Rams had a beautiful blueprint on how to beat the Bucs. Essentially, he said Minnesota should get away from its pound Dalvin Cook philosophy.

“Go look at the L.A. Rams film,” Hall, in theory, told Kubiak.

Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen “have way more juice getting in and out of breaks than the Rams receivers,” Hall said. “You just can’t run Dalvin Cook against a brick wall, which is the Tampa Bay [run] defense.”

Co-host fetching Colleen Wolfe liked Hall’s strategy but she noted the Vikings offense is awful unless they get Cook fully involved.

Joe would attack the Bucs defense like Hall suggests, and Joe believes that’s what Bucs defensive coordinator Todd Bowles should expect.

Joe sure hopes Bowles figured out over the bye week how to have a better gameplan than he had against the Saints, Rams and Chiefs.

5 Responses to “Bucs Should Expect Lots Of Passing”

  1. TheBucsAnthem Says:


    I think they gonna run that rock!!!!!!!!

  2. Gofortheface30 Says:

    Welp guys if you’re a DFS degenerate like I am, I say play Thielan and Jefferson. Gronk at TE, evans at other receiver and Godwin at Flex. F it, smells like a 38-35 type of game to me. Of course with all those blue chip buys, I have to scrape bottom of barrel at quarterback with the money left over but whatever

  3. BucTooth Says:

    I agree with TheBucsAnthemSays: The Vikings will try to run the ball and say Buc’s defense here comes Cook what’s up. Of course everyone knows you can’t run the ball against the Bucs no running back all year has run more than 60 yards against the Buc’s but are secondary is a weak spot and i’m sure as the game go’s on they will test our young secondary i sure would. I’m a die hard Buc’s fan since 2002 after i moved here seen my share of last place finish’s i think the game will be close but Vikings win by three points when it’s all said and done God i hope i’m wrong.

  4. Bobby M. Says:

    You cant disguise the obvious which is a horrible secondary. Those guys just aren’t ready. Our best CB had 200 yds put up on him…..in the 1st half! Think about that….there’s nothing Bowles can do, the film is out there for all opponents to see. Its a copy cat league, why would anyone change what’s been working against us consistently?

    We need the offense to step up…..the defense is what it is at this point but the offense has room to make some strides.

  5. Jmarkbuc Says:

    People been passing on us for years…. that’s why we’re ranked so high against the run.