Huge game this coming Sunday between the surprising Tampa Bay Buccaneers and visiting St. Louis Rams. Who has the edge between these young teams? Both teams have been schizophrenic on both sides of the ball on a week-to-week basis. One the week the Bucs look solid on offense and outstanding on defense; the next the offense is stagnant or the defense may look flawed.
After last week's sluggish offensive performance, Bucs' head coach Raheem Morris is mixing things up this week. In an attempt to jump-start the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ fledgling offense, Morris has opted to conduct Friday’s practice at Raymond Jones Stadium. Here’s how Morris explained his thought-process:
“We’re going to the stadium tomorrow,‘’ Morris said. "We’ve got to get that feel of scoring touchdowns in our end zone."
Whatever it takes coach! It's not the worst idea though. Despite scoring two offensive touchdowns against the Cincinnati Bengals two weeks ago, the Buccaneers offense has undeniably been unimpressive dating back to their Week 3 loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Buccaneers (3-2) host the St. Louis Rams (3-3) on Sunday.