Legendary Bucs cornerback and Hall of Famer Rondo Barber watched Tampa Bay’s secondary flame out on Texans quarterback CJ Stroud, rushing for 470 yards and five touches in a stunning 39-37 comeback. I was disgusted when I saw him throw a pass that set an NFL rookie record for knockdowns. They are behind the win in Houston. Barber shared his reaction to Todd Bowles’ play on defense, especially in the secondary, with Rich Gannon. 33rd team.
“There’s a lot of confusion. I don’t want to say they’re not coached properly, but they’re doing what they’re supposed to do. Even if they break up all the touchdowns, it looks like they’re not coached enough. We’re going to look at the secondary,’” Barber said. “Touchdown – [Dalton] Schultz (TD) Quarters coverage. Carlton Davis has a safety device inside his body.
“75 hard long touchdown to Noah Brown, that’s what the quarters cover. Once the No. 2 (receiver) is gone and there’s no one left, the safeties have to cut off the inside breakout route. You look at it and say, “Okay, that’s easy.” But it doesn’t make sense for this team on the field. ”
Davis allowed three touchdowns. One of those went to Texans tight end Schultz, who had 10 catches for 110 yards, and two, including the game-winning score with six seconds left, went to rookie receiver Tank Dell.
Ronde Barber calls Bucks’ defense ’embarrassing’
Rondo Barber, who played in five Pro Bowls and helped the Bucs win Super Bowl XXXVII in 2002, was the one who gave up 75 yards and the game-winning score to Houston in less than a minute. I looked and was perplexed by what I saw on defense.
“To give up that many yards with Todd Bowles’ defense, which he’s so proud of, is embarrassing,” Barber said. “For me, this was an embarrassing watch. As someone who studies a lot of Bucs movies, whenever I can put up with this, when I go back on Monday or Tuesday and watch a movie on film, it’s probably worse. You will be shocked.
“They look like the worst secondary in football and they have the best of the best safeties in football in Antoine Winfield Jr. I know they had injuries today. But if this team is going to make any kind of push in the league, the problems have to be solved locally in the NFC South, and they have to be solved quickly. ”
The Bucks lost their fourth straight game, falling to 3 wins and 5 losses. After the loss, the Bucks’ defense ranked 29th in total defense (372 avg.), 31st in pass defense (279 avg.), 31st in third downs (48%) and 16th in scoring defense (20.9 avg.). ing.