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The Bucs notched a win during their first preseason game against Miami, but there was plenty of room for improvement, which is the norm after week one.
This week was different than usual though with the Bucs traveling to Nashville to take on the Tennessee Titans through two joint practices and a preseason matchup.
Tampa Bay has plenty of questions at running back, cornerback, guard, and to an extent – right tackle.
The Titans still have a lot to figure out as well, from a new coaching staff, new systems, to injuries of their own. So what should you keep an eye on Saturday night?
The Titans face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday in Week 2 of the preseason. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. at Nissan Stadium.
Adoree’ Jackson summed up nicely the Titans’ joint practices with Tampa Bay this week.
“I felt like I sweat more in these joint practices,” the Titans cornerback said, “than I probably did in my whole life.”
Yes, there was plenty of gritty action. Tempers flared. There was some pushing, some shoving, some heated exchanges. But no fights broke out during Wednesday and Thursday’s joint practices at Saint Thomas Sports Park that set the stage for
This will be one of the most intriguing matchups of the evening. Tampa Bay’s receiving corps is one of the best in the league and Tennessee’s secondary boasts players such as Logan Ryan, Kevin Byard, Malcolm Butler, and Adoree Jackson.
That gives the Titans two Super Bowl champs, one All-Pro, and a first-round pick in the defensive backfield. To say they’re talented would be minimal at best, and with a Super Bowl-winning defensive coordinator and head coach, the Titans should be able to maximize the abilities of this secondary.
The matchups alone are enough to cause excitement. Will Ryan be assigned to Mike Evans? Will it be Jackson-on-Jackson (Adoree vs. DeSean)? What happens if the Bucs put Evans or O.J. Howard in the slot?
The Titans defensive backs got a preview of what the Bucs’ receivers can bring on Wednesday, but they evened things up a bit on Thursday – especially Jackson.
Tampa Bay’s newest – and best – pass rusher will face off against arguably the best left tackle in the league for what should an entertaining matchup. If the Bucs wanted a true measuring stick for what JPP will bring this season, they sure as hell got one in Lewan.
Both players possess massive skill and work-ethic, which are a few of many reasons why both have been featured as premier players during their careers.
JPP made several plays against Lewan, including a big sack on Marcus Mariota during Wednesday’s practice. Lewan isn’t the type to let things go, so I’m sure he will be ready for Pierre-Paul come Saturday night.
This is where a lot of questions are on both rosters. For the Titans, they have a young, talented, but unproven receiving corps and the same could easily be said about the Bucs’ secondary.
But the Titans aren’t dealing with injuries at the position – which can’t be said for Tampa Bay.
Injuries have forced the Bucs to experiment in the secondary – leaving them with three rookies and a second-year player to receive multiple reps.
Tampa Bay has two definite starters in Brent Grimes and Justin Evans, but the rest of the roster is a toss-up. M.J. Stewart has had an excellent camp, but it’s hard to entrust a rookie going up against the likes of Julio Jones, Michael Thomas, and A.J. Green.