Tampa Bay Buccaneers Midseason Grades: Offense

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Evans

The Tampa Bay Bucs have played half of their schedule so far this season and find themselves on a four-game losing streak and a 2-6 record. The Bucs have had a tumultuous travel schedule, where they haven’t played at home in Raymond James stadium since September.

PewterReport.com offers its midseason grades for each Bucs unit and the coaching staff. On Saturday we offer up grades for the offense and on Sunday we will dish out the grades for the defense.

Take a look and see if you agree, and share your thoughts in there comments section below.


It’s been the same case over the last four games for Jameis Winston as it’s been for his entire career with the Bucs – inconsistency.

The Bucs trip to London was an absolute nightmare for Winston and Tampa Bay. Winston threw five interceptions against the Panthers while fumbling twice on consecutive plays. It was by far his worst game of the season but was much better when the Bucs went to Tennessee, throwing for 304 yards and two touchdowns. The following week in Seattle, Winston was on point. He had 335 passing yards with two touchdowns and 65.91 completion percentage. Winston helped the Bucs score 34 points, and most importantly, was smart with the ball.

It was another up and down quarter for the Bucs quarterback as we saw everything from fantastic to awful. Winston has thrown for 2,407 yards on the season with 16 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. These next four games for Winston take another wait and see approach.

Grade: C+


Photo Courtesy Of Getty Images

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content