20 Critical Camp Questions For The 2022 Bucs

SR’s Fab 5 is a set of reporting and evaluation on the Bucs from yours actually, Pewter Report’s Scott Reynolds. Bucs coaching camp is right here, and right here is our annual characteristic – 20 Essential Camp Questions. With defensive coordinator Todd Bowles taking on as the brand new head coach, we’ll begin with the Bucs protection first. Get pleasure from!

FAB 1. Essential Camp Questions – Bucs Protection

The Bucs added a number of new gamers on protection this offseason, particularly alongside the defensive position and within the secondary. Bowles might need the very best assortment of expertise he’s had since arriving in Tampa Bay in 2019. However the place and the way will the brand new items match?

1. How Will Corridor And Hicks Have an effect on The Bucs Protection?

The addition of second-round decide Logan Corridor and free agent Akiem Hicks provides pace and quickness up entrance in Tampa Bay. Ndamukong Suh simply couldn’t run anymore and Steve McLendon was strictly an getting older, run-stuffing nostril sort out. At age 35 and 36 respectively, the Bucs correctly turned the web page on Suh and McLendon this offseason.

Bucs DT Akiem Hicks – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

At 6-foot-6, Corridor not solely gives excellent size, but additionally comes with an incredible swim transfer he developed on the College of Houston. Hicks is a confirmed move rusher when wholesome and brings savvy, veteran play and nice measurement at round 340 kilos to the Bucs. The addition of these gamers ought to assist the Bucs do way more inside stunts than final 12 months due to the power of Corridor and Hicks to maneuver and rush the passer.

Final 12 months, the Bucs have been severely restricted with the variety of fronts Bowles may run as a result of lack of quickness on the D-line, a lot in order that the staff had to make use of rookie exterior linebacker Joe Tryon-Shoyinka inside. JTS will play extra exterior, which is able to support his improvement there. And Bowles ought to see his playbook concerning line calls broaden exponentially as a result of arrival of Corridor and Hicks.

2. Which Aspect Will Barrett Rush From?

Bucs Professional Bowl exterior linebacker Shaq Barrett led the league in sacks in 2019 with 19.5 sacks. Whereas Jason Pierre-Paul missed the primary six video games of the season that 12 months, Barrett was principally speeding from the proper facet, enjoying reverse Carl Nassib. That season, he recorded 13 of his 19.5 sacks and compelled 5 of his six fumbles from the proper facet, going up in opposition to left tackles. Barrett had 480 snaps on the proper facet and 383 from the left, in accordance with Professional Soccer Focus.

When JPP returned, he most well-liked to hurry on the proper facet and Barrett was moved nearly completely to the left. In 2020, Barrett solely notched eight sacks whereas enjoying 799 snaps at left exterior linebacker and 229 snaps on the proper facet. Final 12 months, Barrett returned to Professional Bowl kind with 10 sacks whereas seeing 388 snaps on the left facet and 360 on the proper. That’s 131 extra snaps one-on-one versus left tackles than the 2021 season.

Don’t be shocked to see Barrett play extra on the proper facet in 2022. Each he and Tryon-Shoyinka can play on both facet, however at 265 kilos, JTS is 15 kilos heavier and three inches taller than Barrett. He’s higher geared up bodily to carry up in opposition to double-teams that extra naturally happen with proper tackles and tight ends on that facet of the road. It is likely to be a stretch to recommend Barrett would get shut to twenty sacks once more, however 15 may not be out of the query in 2022.

3. Who Wins The Nickel CB Job?

Is the Sean Murphy-Bunting experiment within the slot over and executed? Murphy-Bunting has not been the identical participant for the reason that Bucs’ Tremendous Bowl run in 2020. He’s battled accidents and misplaced some confidence alongside the way in which. Tampa Bay signed veteran Logan Ryan this offseason and he has expertise enjoying nickel and free security. At age 31, Logan’s days enjoying exterior cornerback on an island are in all probability over with.

Bucs Ss Logan Ryan, Antoine Winfield, Jr. and Mike Edwards

Bucs Ss Logan Ryan, Antoine Winfield, Jr. and Mike Edwards – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

SMB could get another shot inside throughout camp, however the Bucs additionally is likely to be prepared to show the web page and provides Ryan a shot. That may power Murphy-Bunting exterior the place he would battle Jamel Dean for taking part in time if that have been to occur. Dean already beat out SMB for the skin cornerback job reverse Carlton Davis III final 12 months.

The wild card at nickel cornerback may very well be Antoine Winfield Jr. The Professional Bowl security performed most of final season at free security, however Bowles likes to have his safeties play interchangeable positions. So, if Ryan is on the sector with Winfield, both participant may play nickel nook or free security and assist the Bucs disguise coverages. And Winfield is a good blitzer out of the slot.

4. The place Will Neal Match In The Bucs Protection?

The Bucs added two new veteran safeties to the combination this offseason and the staff is excessive on each of them. As a substitute of rotating in with Winfield and Mike Edwards, who replaces Jordan Whitehead at robust security, Ryan and Keanu Neal may see the sector with these two Bucs safeties.

This provides Bowles the power to run extra dime protection if he needs to on this pass-happy league. Bowles couldn’t run as a lot dime protection final 12 months attributable to a barrage of accidents within the secondary, particularly at cornerback. The depth within the defensive backfield this 12 months is so robust that it opens up Bowles’ playbook.

As for Neal, he’ll play nearer to the road of scrimmage, the place he’s superb in opposition to the run. Neal is a really bodily security, and at 218 kilos, he’s a really efficient blitzer with the scale to run over blocking backs. Having Neal on the sector doesn’t imply that Edwards gained’t play. He’s really at his greatest at free security, the place his instincts would permit him to play centerfield and use his ballhawking abilities to select off extra passes.

5. Will White Take His Sport To The Subsequent Degree?

Former inside linebackers coach Mike Caldwell has left for Jacksonville to change into the Jaguars’ defensive coordinator. Caldwell has executed a very good job creating Devin White right into a playmaking center linebacker. White made the Professional Bowl final 12 months, however had a greater, extra constant season in 2020 and helped the Bucs win Tremendous Bowl LV. Caldwell has been changed by Larry Foote, who coached exterior linebackers for the previous three seasons.

Bucs ILB Devin White

Bucs ILB Devin White – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

Foote performed inside linebacker within the NFL for over a decade and will assist White’s recreation develop much more. Whereas Caldwell was extra technical, Foote’s instructing type is extra instinctual. Foote and White are extra emotional, energetic males, so Foote ought to capable of attain White another way and maybe be more practical.

The place Foote may be essential in White’s improvement is that he’s the brand new co-defensive coordinator, specializing in protection. That’s an space of White’s recreation that occurs to want essentially the most enchancment. With two years left on his rookie deal, White must eradicate errors and play as much as his Professional Bowl potential in 2022.

6. Will David Return To Kind?

Lavonte David had his worst statistical season in 2021 with simply 97 tackles. It’s the primary time David didn’t notch 100 tackles or extra in a season since 2016, when he had simply 87. However even that 12 months, David made loads of splash performs with 5 sacks, 4 pressured fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a pick-six.

David’s splash performs have been diminished final 12 months because the longtime Buccaneer turned 31. He had two sacks, pressured two fumbles and recovered one and didn’t notch an interception in 2021. He additionally had simply 5 tackles for loss after posting 12 TFLs within the 2020 common season.

Granted, David missed 5 video games and suffered a critical foot damage. However even when wholesome, he wasn’t the playmaker he was for Tampa Bay’s protection. Now at age 32 and getting into a contract 12 months, David might want to rebound from his foot damage and get again to his days of creating performs on the ball and behind the road of scrimmage. In any other case, this is likely to be David’s remaining season with the Bucs.

7. Who Will Be The Shock Camp Participant On Protection?

Bowles has talked about inside linebacker Ok.J. Britt as somebody who’s having an incredible offseason and making strides. Whereas he’s not the athlete that Tampa Bay would ideally need as a season-long starter, Britt ought to be a more practical and dependable backup than the getting older Kevin Minter was final 12 months. Britt shouldn’t be considered as a possible substitute for Lavonte David, however he’s a participant that may very well be an efficient fill-in at Mike or Mo linebacker for a recreation or two in case there may be an damage to David or White.

Bucs CB Zyon McCollum

Bucs CB Zyon McCollum – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

Tryon-Shoyinka has made huge strides this offseason and is able to take off. He’s gotten stronger and is enjoying with extra energy than he did final 12 months. Tryon-Shoyinka relied an excessive amount of on his pace and athleticism to hurry the passer as a rookie. As a former first-round decide, his ascension shouldn’t be a shock.

As a substitute, let’s go together with rookie cornerback Zyon McCollum. Drafted within the fifth spherical, the Bucs landed essentially the most athletic cornerback within the historical past of NFL Scouting Mix testing. However he’s extra than simply an athlete. McCollum has nice instincts and picked off 13 passes at Sam Houston. At 6-foot-2, 199 kilos, McCollum has the bodily instruments and skill to rapidly stand up the depth chart. All that’s lacking is the expertise gained via reps. That’s what coaching camp and the preseason are for. Keep watch over McCollum.

FAB 2. Essential Camp Questions – Bucs Offense

Tom Brady’s return for a twenty third season ought to imply the Bucs offense will proceed to common 30 factors per recreation. However there are nonetheless fairly a couple of questions on Tampa Bay’s offense that must be answered for the 2022 season – and past.

8. How A lot Taking part in Time Will Trask Get?

The Bucs have to get second-year quarterback Kyle Trask as a lot enjoying time as doable. After a redshirt season final 12 months, neither Bucs common supervisor Jason Licht nor Bowles actually know if Trask can play or not. With Tom Brady probably getting into his remaining season in Tampa Bay – and maybe the NFL – the Bucs have to know if Trask may very well be a candidate to start out subsequent season. And they should discover out this August.

Bucs QB Kyle Trask

Bucs QB Kyle Trask – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

Backup Blaine Gabbert is getting into his fifth season within the Bucs offense. It’s time for his apply reps to decrease and for Trask to take the second-most apply reps behind Brady in camp this summer time. The 4 mixed joint practices versus Miami and Tennessee ought to characteristic a wholesome dose of Trask. And Bowles can be sensible to offer Trask nearly all of recreation reps within the preseason.

Bowles could or might not be as gung-ho on Gabbert as Bruce Arians is, however Trask is the true thriller on the roster. If the Bucs discover out Trask is not any higher than Gabbert by the tip of August, a minimum of Licht and Bowles will know that they’ll have to seek out one other quarterback for 2023 both within the draft, free company or by way of commerce. It is a paramount discovery that have to be made this August.

9. Who Will Win The Beginning Left Guard Job?

Aaron Stinnie enters camp because the starter attributable to his expertise. However as a former undrafted free agent, he’s not the very best athlete, neither is he the strongest candidate for the beginning left guard spot. He’ll probably begin the primary preseason recreation so Tom Brady doesn’t get injured, however he could not wind up because the eventual starter within the common season.

The Bucs spent a third-round decide on Robert Hainsey final 12 months and a second-round decide on Luke Goedeke this offseason. Hainsey was the staff’s backup middle throughout his rookie 12 months. He’s very fast off the ball and explosive as a blocker. He’s spent the previous few months hitting the burden room laborious so as to add muscle and measurement.

However Goedeke is extra like Professional Bowler Ali Marpet when it comes to construct and physicality. He’s constructed like a block of granite and is a really aggressive participant. It looks as if it’s solely a matter of time earlier than he turns into the beginning left guard. Goedeke might want to make the transition from proper sort out to left guard, and as soon as he improves in move safety the beginning job can be his.

10. Will Fournette Present Up To Camp In Form?

A lot has been made about Leonard Fournette’s weight this offseason. Fournette confirmed as much as mini-camp weighing 245 kilos, but it surely was reported he was nearer to 260 kilos. Fournette bought a wake-up name in early June when he struggled with stamina in a very sizzling apply. He’s been throughout social media understanding this summer time, and the Bucs aren’t as involved regardless of studies on the contrary.

Bucs RB Leonard Fournette

Bucs RB Leonard Fournette – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

Fournette is a naturally huge man, and even when he has to shed a couple of extra kilos in camp, that’s what sizzling August practices are for. Tampa Bay’s season opener at Dallas continues to be six weeks away. That’s loads of time for Fournette to be in form for the common season grind. And if he’s not, rookie Rachaad White will step in and get extra reps, which could not be a nasty factor.

Whereas some is likely to be dissatisfied in Fournette not being in excellent form after signing a profitable, three-year, $21 million contract this offseason, the place is similar stage of criticism towards Vita Vea? The massive 350-pounder additionally must shed some extra weight earlier than camp after signing a large contract extension on the finish of final 12 months. But, there isn’t a criticism directed towards the Professional Bowl nostril sort out. Each Fournette and Vea ought to be in form and able to go no later than the tip of the preseason.

11. When Will Godwin Be Prepared?

We’ll discover out quickly sufficient how shut Chris Godwin is to returning to motion after he studies and takes a bodily. Godwin will probably begin camp on the PUP (bodily unable to carry out) checklist. That ought to come as no shock as he recovers from his ACL surgical procedure in January.

Each Godwin and the Bucs have been non-committal concerning Godwin’s progress throughout the OTAs and mini-camp. However vast receiver Cyril Grayson Jr. was on the Pewter Report Podcast in mid-June and stated that Godwin was working 19 miles per hour throughout his rehab. Grayson, a former monitor star at LSU, stated that he runs 22 miles per hour. So, that’s proof Godwin is having a speedy restoration – pun supposed.

Within the meantime, anticipate Russell Gage and Grayson to get loads of work within the slot in addition to exterior on the Z receiver place (flanker) that Antonio Brown performed final 12 months. Working a straight line is one factor. What Godwin must work on is de facto testing that knee by slicing on it, and that’s probably what he’s spent July doing. That ought to proceed into August, and the guess right here is he’ll be prepared for the season opener.

12. Does The Addition Of Rudolph Imply Gronkowski Received’t Return?

The Bucs added veteran Kyle Rudolph to the tight finish room this week. That was a needed transfer with Rob Gronkowski’s retirement. The one tight finish with actual NFL expertise in Tampa Bay was Cam Brate, who turned 31 earlier this month.

TE Rob Gronkowski

TE Rob Gronkowski – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

However Rudolph’s signing doesn’t imply the Bucs gained’t add or can’t signal Gronkowski later this 12 months if the staff wants him and Gronk decides to return. Do not forget that the Bucs roster was stacked at vast receiver in 2020 and the staff nonetheless signed Brown at midseason to assist Tampa Bay win Tremendous Bowl LV. This doesn’t imply Gronkowski can’t rejoin the Bucs at a later date.

But when Rudolph stays wholesome and rookie Cade Otton develops right into a starting-caliber tight finish, the Bucs may not find yourself needing Gronk later within the 12 months. That may be the best-case situation if the long run Corridor of Famer decides to remain retired for the 2022 season.

13. Who Will Be The Shock Camp Participant On Bucs Offense?

Bowles stated that undrafted free agent rookie receiver Deven Thompkins was the participant he wished to see essentially the most in coaching camp. The speedster actually turned some heads in OTAs and mini-camp and can be one to observe. He’s within the combine for a roster spot and will beat out Scotty Miller, as the 2 are related gamers.

However the actual shock could also be one other undersized receiver. Jaelon Darden dazzled early in camp final 12 months, however fizzled as a receiver when the pads got here on. A part of his wrestle final 12 months was studying the choice routes which can be prevalent in Tampa Bay’s passing recreation. Now, Darden has a agency grasp of the offense and is enjoying sooner consequently.

Whereas Thompkins stood out throughout the offseason, Darden wasn’t far behind as an eye-opener. It’s doable that there’s room for 2 undersized, electrical receivers on this staff, so long as each discover a position to play on particular groups. Count on both Thompkins or Darden to win the return specialist position in camp.

FAB 3. Essential Camp Questions – Bucs Particular Groups

14. Who Will Be The Bucs Particular Groups Captain?

Tampa Bay didn’t re-sign veteran backup linebacker Kevin Minter. That creates a management void on particular groups. Minter served because the Bucs’ particular groups captain over the previous two seasons.

Bucs Stuard Britt

Bucs LBs Grant Stuard and Ok.J. Britt – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

So, who will step up as the brand new particular groups captain? Grant Stuard led the Bucs in particular groups tackles final 12 months with 12 and likewise pressured a fumble as a rookie. He’s probably the favourite to earn the “C” on his chest come September. Britt, who additionally starred on particular groups as a rookie final 12 months with 5 tackles, can be within the combine. He’s in line to interchange Minter because the staff’s No. 3 linebacker on the depth chart.

A darkish horse candidate may very well be defensive lineman Pat O’Connor. Though he solely had one sort out final 12 months, he’s a stalwart on particular groups, enjoying in all phases of the kicking recreation. O’Connor does a number of the soiled work on particular groups and is getting into his fifth season in Tampa Bay.

15. Will Borregales Beat Out Succop To Be The Bucs Kicker?

The addition of veteran kicker Ryan Succop helped the Bucs win the Tremendous Bowl in 2020. Succop scored a team-record 136 factors in his first season in Tampa Bay and linked on over 90% of his area objectives and further factors.

At age 35, Succop’s manufacturing fell off a bit. And he doesn’t have the leg power to reliably join on area objectives exterior of 40 yards anymore. Succop turns 36 in September and can face a problem in camp from Jose Borregales, who spent all of final 12 months on the apply squad.

Borregales was the Lou Groza Award winner and an All-American at Miami in 2020 and has a shiny future. He has the large leg the Bucs crave, however should work on his accuracy.

Tampa Bay may have an open competitors in camp for the kicking duties. Count on Borregales to obtain extra apply kicks and alternatives within the preseason to win the job. If he falters, the Bucs could put him again on the apply squad for additional improvement and proceed on with Succop because the kicker for another season.

16. Who Will Win The Return Specialist Duties?

Darden enters camp because the front-runner, in accordance with particular groups coordinator Keith Armstrong. The Bucs gave him the job final 12 months once they lower veteran Jaydon Mickens. Darden underwhelmed throughout his rookie season as a returner, however didn’t get a lot assist from his blockers. He averaged 7.5 yards per punt return and 19.9 yards per kick return.

Bucs WR Jaelon Darden

Bucs WR Jaelon Darden – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

Nonetheless, it was discouraging to see Darden slip and fall down, and duck would-be tacklers. Lengthy-time Bucs followers keep in mind former Bucs receiver Dexter Jackson performing the identical means in 2008 earlier than being supplanted by Clifton Smith, who turned out to be a Professional Bowl return specialist. Darden should present extra coronary heart and elusiveness in 2022.

If he doesn’t, Thompkins could take over as Tampa Bay’s return specialist. The rookie out of Utah State figures to get a glance in coaching camp and within the preseason as a punt and kick return candidate, too. Thompkins averaged 24.9 yards per kick return and 14.3 yards per punt return with a landing in his Aggies profession. He’s a tick sooner than Darden and simply as explosive.

FAB 4. – Essential Camp Questions – Bucs Teaching

17. How Will Bowles Be A Totally different Head Coach Than Arians?

Bowles is among the smartest soccer coaches within the recreation. He is aware of to not tinker an excessive amount of with a Bucs offense that has averaged round 30 factors per recreation during the last three years. He’ll stick with protection, the place he’s promoted Foote and defensive position coach Kacy Rodgers to co-defensive coordinators. However Bowles will nonetheless name performs on recreation days.

Bowles has labored will the entire Bucs assistants for years, so he is aware of them and so they know him fairly effectively. It ought to make for a easy transition into the head-coaching position vacated by Bruce Arians’ sudden retirement in March. Bowles has stated the Bucs must be extra accountable and detail-oriented, and he gained’t tolerate as many errors in apply or the video games this season.

It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Bucs have extra modifications up and down the depth chart on each side of the ball. Bowles needs to create a way of urgency for participant improvement on the roster and can play the very best gamers no matter their age, standing on the staff or contract quantity. He began Dean and Murphy-Bunting as rookies in 2019, Winfield throughout his rookie season in 2020 and Tryon-Shoyinka final 12 months. Bowles gained’t play favorites and desires the very best 11 on the sector always – on each side of the ball.

18. Will Tampa Bay Run The Ball Extra In 2022?

If there can be one noticeable change this season, it may very well be the Bucs working the ball extra in camp and throughout the common season. Brady led the league in move makes an attempt (485), passing yards (5,316) and passing touchdowns (43) in 2021. Tampa Bay’s power continues to be its passing recreation, however the offense does want extra stability, particularly when going through groups with a robust move rush like New Orleans and the L.A. Rams.

Bucs OC Byron Leftwich

Bucs OC Byron Leftwich – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

The Bucs re-signed Fournette to a deal value $7 million per 12 months and likewise drafted White within the third spherical. Bowles is aware of that the sport of soccer continues to be predicated on making groups one-dimensional and forcing them to throw the ball. Enhancing Tampa Bay’s floor recreation from being ranked No. 26 to maybe No. 16 is an achievable objective. The Bucs offensive line is a staff power, and the addition of recent proper guard Shaq Mason solely helps the working recreation.

Tampa Bay had simply 385 speeding makes an attempt final 12 months, which ranked thirty first within the NFL. The important thing to a extra profitable speeding assault is with the ability to run the ball while you need to or have to. Though the Bucs will nonetheless be a pass-first staff, and rightly so, having a bit extra stability to the offense will solely assist Tampa Bay be much less predictable in 2022.

19. Will Leftwich Have Extra Freedom Relating to Play-Calling?

With Arians’ retirement this offseason, offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich ought to have extra freedom as a play-caller. Leftwich gained’t have Arians trying over his shoulder or in his headset on the sidelines this 12 months. Arians can be up in a skybox watching the sport as an alternative.

One of many points that the Bucs offensive coaches have is that they’ve solely been in Arians’ system. They haven’t essentially coached in different offenses, so that will have stymied a few of the creativity and introduced on some undesirable predictability. Bowles has stated he gained’t handcuff Leftwich and the offense. Which will imply he needs Leftwich to get extra artistic with the play-calling and usher in some new performs, too.

That might result in much more collaboration between Brady and Leftwich this 12 months, and an evolution of the Bucs offense. There’ll nonetheless be loads of Arians’ staple performs being referred to as as a result of they clearly work. However having some new wrinkles this 12 months – both from Brady or Leftwich – shouldn’t come as a shock, both.

20. Will The Bucs Protection Attain 50 Sacks?

Tampa Bay has come near reaching 50 sacks in every of the final three seasons. Bowles’ protection blitzes greater than another staff within the NFL, and has ranked within the High 5 in sacks. But, it’s fallen simply wanting 50 sacks every year since 2019.

Bucs DC Todd Bowles

Bucs DC Todd Bowles – Picture by: Cliff Welch/PR

The Bucs have solely eclipsed 50 sacks as soon as in staff historical past, which was once they notched 55 sacks in 2000. With extra pace on the sector this 12 months and higher method and a spotlight to element, Tampa Bay ought to hit 50 sacks or extra in 2022. The Bucs missed about 10 sacks they need to’ve had final season.

Bowles doesn’t care as a lot about sacks as he does stress. He needs incompletions and brief throws that get offenses off the sector on third downs. Or he needs hurried throws that flip into interceptions. The Bucs’ inner objective is definitely 47 sacks per season and 35 takeaways on protection. Tampa Bay really hit its sack objective with 47 final 12 months, however missed the takeaway objective by three with solely 32.

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