Most Disappointing: Bucs At Lions

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Breshad Perriman

Tampa Bay really made it tough to try and put together a most disappointing list for much of their 38-17 victory over the Detroit Lions, moving the Bucs’ winning streak to four games.

Nevertheless, here are the most disappointing performances from the Bucs on Sunday.

OT Josh Wells

With Donovan Smith being inactive for the first game of his career, Wells was tasked with filling in at left tackle on Sunday and it didn’t take long for Smith’s absence to be felt.

On the first drive of the game Wells committed two consecutive penalties, a holding penalty and a block in the back penalty, that pushed Tampa Bay back to a second-and-23 situation. On the next play Jameis Winston would throw an interception. In addition, the offensive line struggled as a whole in the run game, totaling just 50 yards on 25 carries, excluding Ryan Griffin’s kneels late.

With that said, Wells had a drew a tough straw having to fill in Smith, and held his own as a pass blocker.


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