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The season of speculation continues and one writer believes the Bucs might land two big free-agents"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmTwo ‘Top-50’ Free-Agents Paired with Buccaneers by The AthleticNew Sean Bunting Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jersey ,5commentsThe season of speculation continues and one writer believes the Bucs might land two big free-agentsESTShareTweetShareShareTwo ‘Top-50’ Free-Agents Paired with Buccaneers by The AthleticJohn Glaser-USA TODAY SportsWe’re fully entrenched right in the middle of speculation season. Nothing can be trusted and every rumor holds a grain of truth or twenty.Antonio Brown will be traded to Oakland, no the Browns, no Buffalo!Continuing in this time honored tradition is Sheil Kapadia of The Athletic who recently published his list of Top-50 free-agents getting set to enter the 2019 NFL League year and stepped into the abyss trying to match each one with a franchise.Now, it’s important to realize, Kapadia did this considering,Once I read this line, I honestly expected to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers left off the list completely, or maybe have one name attached to them. Especially considering the current cap situation.However, I was surprised to see not one, but two names on the list attached to the Bucs. The first wasn’t so much a surprise, as safety Tyrann Mathieu has been attached to Tampa Bay since news broke Bruce Arians would be coaching the franchise starting in 2019.Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsOf Mathieu, Kapadia writes,This is obviously an intriguing possibility, and there have been some recent reports the Bucs plan to be heavily involved in trying to sign Mathieu, although none have been supported by direct organizational quotes as of yet.The second of the two free-agent links, came in the form of Atlanta Falcons running back, Tevin Coleman.Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY SportsTampa Bay has already signed Andre Ellington this off-season and has 2018 second-round draft pick Ronald Jones under contract for 2019. Last year’s starter, Peyton Barber, is a restricted free-agent and it has not yet been determined if the team will retain him or not at this point.A combination of Coleman and Jones is definitely an attractive one, and with Ellington chipping in not only as a player, but another coach-like personality in the meeting room this trio could be the best Bucs fans have seen in a long time.Here’s what the article said about Coleman,All true. And this trio of backs on top of Mike Evans and O.J. Howard would scare any NFL defensive coordinator.I go back to the beginning of it all though, and the talk of cap space. In no world I can foresee do the Buccaneers have the cap space to make these moves without some major moves coming in the next few days.Basically, if this is happening, it means at least DeSean Jackson is officially gone, and possibly even Gerald McCoy with him.Again, it’s all speculation. But it is thought provoking speculation. The Buccaneers finished their disappointing 2018 season on Sunday with a 34-32 home loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Things looked great for Tampa Bay throughout much of the first half. The home team held a 17-0 lead late in the second quarter, but a late touchdown for Atlanta sparked a 31-3 run. A 31-20 deficit didn’t put the Bucs away, as back-to-back scores got them the lead back with 5:10 to go. From there, the Falcons killed the clock and won the game with a field goal as time expired.The Bucs put up a strong fight against their division rivals to close the season. There were plenty of guys that were important in the overall effort, so let’s get going with the final installment of Buccaneers of the Week for the 2018 season.Honorable MentionsThe secondary was shredded by Matt Ryan for most of the second half, but the first-half performance for the group was solid. Brent Grimes was especially good in the first 30 minutes, racking up three passes defended. His 2018 season as a whole was completely forgettable, but he did wrap it up with a nice day in what was surely his final game as a Buc... The secondary wasn’t great over the final 30 minutes, but Andrew Adams came up with a key interception to set the Tampa Bay offense for a go-ahead touchdown. Adams finished the season with a team-high four picks... Peyton Barber had a pretty nice day on the ground, rushing for 66 yards on 15 carries. With those numbers, he finished the 2018 season with 871 yards and five scores on 234 carries.5. Jason Pierre-Paul (One point)Sunday wasn’t a standout day for Jason Pierre-Paul, but it was still a solid one to cap off a very good season. It was the final game of the veteran’s first season in Tampa, and fittingly, he came up with a sack. That brought his 2018 total to 12.5, which was just four shy of the franchise record for most sacks in a single season. What Pierre-Paul did for the Buccaneer defensive line this season was huge. The unit was the worst in the NFL in 2017, and while it wasn’t the best one in 2018, it certainly improved greatly. Pierre-Paul also had a profound impact on the locker room, bringing some leadership that the defense badly needed. The fact that he came up with four tackles and a sack in the season finale was big, but a quarterback pressure in the fourth quarter that forced an interception was even bigger.Overall Caleb Benenoch Jersey , Sunday’s game against the Falcons was pretty much a standard JPP game. Since the start of the year, Bucs fans have gotten used to production from the USF product. With an offseason of change coming, having Pierre-Paul in the locker room to usher in the transition will be a major plus. His leadership is backed up by his production. With a culture change needed, there aren’t too many better guys to have leading the way. One final point for Pierre-Paul to end the season wraps up the No. 2 spot in the overall Buccaneers of the Week Standings.4. Adam Humphries (Two points)Adam Humphries was another guy who had a fitting end to the season. He had a solid day against the Falcons, but his performance went under the radar. He caught five of his six targets for 66 yards, averaging 13.2 yards per catch. Week 17 for the 25-year-old worked as a microcosm of his overall season. Considering the numbers for the top two guys on this week’s list, it was easy for Humphries to get lost in the shuffle. In the same way, the fact that he caught 76 passes for 816 yards and five touchdowns this season could be easily forgotten. He had a big year for the Tampa Bay offense, and he capped it with a classic Adam Humphries day.Especially with Jameis Winston officially set to return in 2019, there should be no question about Humphries’ future in Tampa. The former undrafted free agent from Clemson has been an important part of the Buccaneer offense over the last four seasons. He is one of Winston’s top targets. He was No. 2 in targets this season with 105, trailing only Mike Evans. Regardless of who comes in as the team’s new head coach in the coming weeks, Humphries should fit into that person’s scheme. With two points this week, No. 10 secured a top-five finish in the season’s overall standings.3. Jameis Winston (Three points)The Tampa Bay offense had such a strong day against the Falcons that it almost feels wrong for Jameis Winston to only be No. 3 on this list. Usually, the offense goes as he goes. He was at his best on Sunday, clicking with his receivers throughout. The soon-to-be 25-year-old completed 22 of his 35 passes for 345 yards and four touchdowns. He was intercepted once, though it went off the hands of a receiver. It was one of those picks that, even though it goes next to the quarterback’s name in the box score, felt like it was more of the receiver’s fault/just a good play by the defender. Despite the one turnover, Winston was on fire early on and especially down the stretch. In no way was he to blame for Tampa Bay’s 11th loss.The Jameis Winston that the Bucs got over the final stretch of the season is the one they’re going to need in 2019 if a turnaround is to happen. Upon his return from being benched, Winston threw for 13 touchdowns to four interceptions in 6 about 1鈦? games. Numbers aside,the Florida State alum played smarter football overall. He took sacks when he had to and threw the ball away when necessary in addition to making smarter throws instead of going for the big play every time.


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