Tampa Bay Buccaneers Beat New Orleans Saints: Most Disappointing

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v New Orleans Saints

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There isn’t too much to complain about in the Bucs’ 20-10 win against the Saints in New Orleans. The victory snapped a seven-game losing streak against the Saints in the regular season and improved the Bucs’ record to 2-0. Tampa Bay also took a 1-0 lead in the NFC South, while New Orleans fell to 1-1 in the division.

We may be nit-picking a little bit, but here are the most disappointing Bucs players – and a coach – from Week 2:

WR Scotty Miller

With Chris Godwin and Julio Jones out, Miller had to step and make some plays for quarterback Tom Brady. After a 23-yard catch to start the game, Miller had two big drops in the third quarter. Both would have been tough catches, especially the first. But Miller is an NFL receiver. He had to haul in the second one, which would have converted a third down and gotten the Bucs into Saints territory.

He finished the day with just three catches for 34 yards, despite being targeted eight times by Brady. That was the most targets of any Bucs receiver against the Saints on Sunday.


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