The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ troubles proceed to mount after their third straight loss, most lately to the Baltimore Ravens. And former NFL quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick had a tough opinion about the place the Bucs are this season.
Fitzpatrick, an analyst for Amazon Prime Video’s “Thursday Night Football” present, was removed from optimistic after the Bucs’ 27-22 loss, calling the offense “broken.”
“I did not wish to consider it was coming into this sport. I attempted ingesting the Kool-Aid. I assumed they’d come out and do it. But that offense is broken,” Fitzpatrick mentioned of Larry Brown Sports.
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“They are absolutely broken in the meanwhile. You are misplaced. It was exhausting to see at present as a result of these aren’t the outdated Bucs. And I do not see any resolution within the foreseeable future.”
Head coach Todd Bowles made the same evaluation of the group in his post-game press.
“It’s still dark. Until you consistently win ball games and play four quarters consistently, it’s going to be dark,” he mentioned. “That doesn’t mean we can’t get out of it, we just have a lot to do – as coaches and as players.”
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Bowles did not rule out the opportunity of teaching modifications as an answer when requested what could be achieved within the Bucs’ mini-bye earlier than a matchup in opposition to the Los Angeles Rams.
“We’re going to talk about everything this weekend,” he mentioned. “If you’re not playing well, it’s all on the table for us and we’ll discuss it as a staff.”
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The Bucs protection additionally suffered a transparent defeat within the sport on Thursday night. Edge rusher Shaquil Barrett tore his Achilles tendon within the third quarter and was carted off the sphere.
An MRI confirmed the damage on Friday, ending his season.