That was the same message to the Bucks’ defense last season, but it’s even more pronounced this time around.
Grab the ball and increase your interceptions.
Troubled Sales Shortage Tampa Bay A season where the team can really do more. The Bucks saw a big drop in interceptions last season, down from 17 in 2021 to just 10 in 2022. That was highlighted in his 5 takeaway game for the Saints in Week 2. In this match, Jamel Dean recorded his two interceptions and Mike Edwards homed one of his to earn the pick six.
But then things took a turn for the worse.
The Bucks got off to a good start with an interception but quickly cooled down
The problem is that sales dropped to zero after the first month of the season. Tampa Bay played five straight games without any takeaways, and he appeared in six games before the next interception. On the final play before halftime against the Browns, it was Hail Mary who Edwards recorded his second and final interception of the year, so that person should also have an asterisk.
The next interception didn’t come until three weeks later in week 15, when Carlton Davis III had a gimmie. Tampa Bay had back-to-back interceptions against the Cardinals and Panthers, but the 2022 picks were too few and the gap was too big. The Bucks had his three players lined up for his lead on the team with his two interceptions in Dean, Edwards and Sean Murphy Bunting. Dean is the only one left on the roster this season.
“This year will be 44. [in coaching] And all I can say is I don’t want to be clichéd, but I’m going to give it to you. I couldn’t tell you, they’re in a bunch.
“Yeah, we started out like gangbusters. Antoine Winfield Jr. today, he joined Monday. He says, “I know, coach. I know, coach.
Winfield will return to free safety from the nickel-defensive slot, so production could increase from positions where he can walk around the field and play the ball in the air. He ensured a great combination on the outside with Carlton Davis III and Dean for multiple seasons. Expectations for the two to win the ball are higher than ever.
“Highly paid [come] The expectations are high and they need to take the next step,” cornerback coach Kevin Ross said. So we’re looking for these guys, and that’s a good thing and a bad thing, if they’re going to catch the ball the way they can, they shouldn’t be All-Pro players or Pro Bowl players. It drives us to play better on defense for no reason.”
Bucs DB Gets Constant Reminders About INT
The Bucks had plenty of chances to record more interceptions. Many times it was a closed situation, but either no cigar or just a dropped ball. Davis may have been the biggest culprit.starts with At this stage of the season It is always emphasized inside the building.
“We don’t need more chances. We need to take advantage of the ones we already have,” Bucks cornerback coach Kevin Ross said. “We dropped a lot of balls.
Until fixed, this will be brought up regularly by teammates and coaches.
“I mean, it’s not that they’re unaware. We bring it up every day,” Ross said. “We try to practice it before practice. We start catching the ball from all sorts of positions and things like that. My eyes widen, and sometimes I get too excited and hit the ball.” I think both will do well this year.”