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Pewter Report’s Scott Reynolds answers your questions. @PewterReport Twitter accounts are added to the Bucs Mailbag weekly. Submit your questions to the Bucs Mailbag weekly via Twitter using the hashtag #PRMailbag. Here are the Bucks questions we chose to answer in this week’s issue.
Question: Brock Purdy is a stallion and is rated 158.3 after what CJ Stroud did to us? come. He never expected to win this match, but it looked like it was going to flame out that pathetically. Where was YaYa Diaby on the Niners’ last drive of the first half? Will JTS come into the game in his place? come. This staff is not like that. Can the owner see this?
answer: Yes, the Bucks’ owners, the Glazer family, attend every game and play with great care. They see everything we see when we watch a game: strategy, execution, use of personnel. And they read our content on his PewterReport.com. Tampa Bay head coach Todd Bowles He’s labeled as a defensive play-caller and a defensive mastermind, so it’s doubly bad when he has so many problems, breakdowns, and underperformance on the ball side of the ball. It doesn’t help that they’re facing a rookie quarterback in C.J. Stroud and a young quarterback in Brock Purdy, who has shattered the Bucs defense twice in recent years.
Bowles is responsible not only for game planning and play-calling during games, but also for personnel usage. I don’t know what he and outside linebackers coach George Edwards were thinking with Joe Tryon and Soyinka taking 34 snaps and Yaya Diaby playing just 21. Diaby had four tackles and two sacks in the 27-14 loss to San Francisco, but JTS had zero tackles and was largely unnoticeable despite outscoring Diaby by 13 plays.
#Bucks OLB Snaps: Barrett 39, JTS 34, Nelson 23, Diaby 21, Watts 3.
The fact that JTS, who had zero tackles, outplayed Diaby, who had four tackles/two sacks, is a crime. And Watts has 3 snaps?!
We have to play with the best players. Diaby has recorded four sacks in his last three games.
— Pewter Report 🏴☠️ (@PewterReport) November 20, 2023
That certainly won’t help Bowles’ cause at the end of the season, when the Glazers and general manager Jason Richt will evaluate the head coach’s performance this season. It’s the coach’s responsibility to play with the best players and anyone with a right eye can see that Diaby is playing better and making a bigger impact than Tryon Soyinka right now. right.
Question: Which players deserve to be on the bench and who will replace them?
answer: This question is a perfect follow-up from the previous question. I’m not saying Joe Tryon Soyinka should be benched and not play at all. But it’s really bad for Todd Bowles and his coaching staff to have him play 34 snaps while Yaya Diaby plays 21 and fellow rookie edge rusher Marquise Watts just three. It’s an impression. The return on investment when playing JTS was statistically zero. There were no tackles, sacks or even QB hits.
Diaby, on the other hand, recorded four tackles, three for loss, and two for sacks. He also had two QB hits. Diaby needs more playing time to gain more experience and develop as a rookie pass rusher. So it’s just crazy that he doesn’t have that luxury when the return on his investment in playing time is significant. He’s a bad coach.
Diaby has four sacks on the season, the second-most by a rookie this season and tied for second-most on the team with Shaq Barrett. Bucs nose tackle Vita Vea leads Tampa Bay with 5.5 sacks and has recorded sacks in back-to-back games. Tryon Soyinka has three sacks, his last sack coming in Week 6 against Detroit. He doesn’t deserve high snap counts.
In San Francisco, it was also interesting to see defensive tackle Logan Hall outscoring Kaliyah Kanshi with 40 snaps versus 32 snaps. Hall played two more snaps than Bear, but had not posted any stats since the game against the Lions, although he did record two tackles against the 49ers. Although Cuncy was shut out statistically, he showed more promise and production. If I were Bowles, I would make sure the rookie sees the most snaps at defensive tackle every week.
I’m also going to bench Devin White. He went largely unnoticed Sunday at San Francisco, despite playing everywhere on defense. Fred Warner of the 49ers was on the field with 12 tackles, two pass breakups and one forced fumble. Heck, White’s teammate Lavonte David played just three quarters due to a groin injury in the fourth quarter, but had seven tackles, three tackles for a loss, and one sack. Was. Lo and behold, rookie Sarvosia Dennis nearly matched White’s performance, finishing with two tackles while playing only 17 snaps for David.
Question: As Bucks fans, what should we be rooting for for the rest of the season? Because they won’t make the playoffs.
answer: It’s hard to imagine this flawed Bucks team winning a playoff game this year. Those shortcomings include inconsistent play on both offense and defense, along with poor time management, questionable game plans, and personnel usage. But for Tampa Bay to have any chance of winning in the postseason, they must first make the playoffs.
The Bucks have a lot of games to win, but winning all seven games and finishing with an 11-6 record will be nearly impossible. For Todd Bowles’ team to go 6-1 and go 10-7 after a year and a half of inconsistency seems impossible. Realistically, the Bucks would probably need a 5-2 finish to win the NFC South or make the playoffs as a wild card.
I discuss what it will take for Bowles to remain as Tampa Bay’s head coach in 2024. New Pewter Pulse videos on the PewterReportTV YouTube channel. Tune in as we break down Bowles’ future and what the Glazers are looking for in the future.
Question: At what point will a coaching change occur with this team? I know the Glazers have never changed their lineup during the season, but even if they do make changes in the offseason, there are five, six, What’s the hurdle of seven wins? Or will Todd Bowles be fired just for missing the playoffs?
answer: Todd Bowles will not return as Tampa Bay’s head coach in 2024 if the Bucs miss the playoffs. That wouldn’t be progress, and the Glazers would like to see progress this season after last year’s 8-9 record. District title and playoff berth. I strongly believe that winning 5, 6, 7 games this year would not be progress and would be grounds for dismissal.
And you’re right that the Glazers won’t fire him during the season. They’ve given every head coach they’ve hired at least two full seasons to prove themselves. Raheem Morris’ third and final year was spiraling out of control, ending the 2011 season on a 10-game losing streak, but the Glazers let it hang in there and finally released him.
Bowles will be given the same amount of time, and at 4-6, the Bucks are out of playoff contention and out of contention for the NFC South title. Bowles and Tampa Bay have a lot of work to do today with seven games remaining and will likely need to win at least five of them to qualify for the postseason. With each loss, the Bucs’ margin for error gets smaller and time runs out.
Question: Being in the abysmal NFC South is the worst-case scenario for this team. You can’t beat a good team, you can’t beat a mediocre team. But everyone is betting the season on winning the division.What does the Glazer family consider a successful season at this point?picture?
answer: Winning the division may not be enough to save Todd Bowles’ job this year. A year ago, the Bucks went 8-9 and won the NFC South, but lost a home playoff game to the Dallas Cowboys, so the Glazers will be looking to make real progress this season. Winning the NFC South again would help Bowles, but he may have to work harder to remain the captain of the Bucks’ ship.
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Question: Is it a player issue or a scheme issue if the defense can’t get off the field?
answer: Simply put, it’s both. Generally speaking, when it comes to defensive play in soccer, it boils down to three things.
The first is a wrong call at the wrong time. When the offense exploits a particular defense’s weakness and tries to make perfect plays to successfully execute it. For example, hitting a hole on the sideline in Cover 2 between the corners or safeties, or beating Mike’s linebacker in the middle seam of Tampa 2. Between two deep safety.
The second is a good decision, but poorly executed. Film studies of downs and distances, personnel and formations and trends predict offensive plays, but sometimes one or two players are not up to the task.
Third, perfect defense and perfect execution. Unfortunately, while the Bucks do a lot with his first two, they don’t do enough with the latter.
Question: Who is better: Justin Fields or Jayden Daniels?
answer: For now, I’d like to highlight LSU quarterback Jaden Daniels. He is a playmaker with both arms and legs and makes very good decisions on the football. I think he has a high soccer IQ and avoids making mistakes.
Daniels has completed 72.6 percent of his passes this season for 3,577 yards, 36 passing touchdowns, and only four interceptions. In two seasons at LSU, Daniels threw 53 touchdown passes and only seven interceptions. There are so many plays and not so many mistakes. I think Daniels has that “it” factor.
Daniels is also an incredibly fast athlete, rushing for 885 yards and 11 TDs last year and already has 1,014 yards and 10 scores, averaging an impressive 8.2 yards per carry. What I don’t like about Daniels is his lean frame. I wish he was bigger. He is 6-foot-4 and probably 205-210 pounds.
Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson has a larger, more durable frame, but he still holds up well against designed QB run plays and scrambles out of the pocket. Daniels won’t be able to shred fast NFL defenses on the ground like he did in college, but his evasive ability and speed are pluses.
But I think he has more upside than fellow two-way quarterback Justin Fields. Fields has struggled to see the field from the pocket, and I’m not sure if he can develop enough in that area to make a difference at QB. He has 36 touchdowns and 27 interceptions in his career with the Bears, including 12 TDs and six picks this season. He’s a dangerous runner, but he needs to improve as a pitcher throwing from the pocket. What’s worse is that he only won seven of the 34 games he played.