The most important thing to know about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to the Tampa Tribune, is that it’s the only team in the NFL to have a quarterback with a 6.5 GPA.
But as the team’s newest quarterback enters his third season, the most important aspect of his game has been the one that he’s not playing: football.
The Bucs have yet to play a game this season, and it’s not clear when they’ll do so.
They’re currently on a bye, and a team spokesman told the Tribune that the team is focused on building chemistry with its players and getting them ready to go.
Tampa’s quarterback situation is currently the subject of some debate, with the team leaning towards holding off on a decision until after the upcoming season.
The Bucs are currently ranked 15th in Football Outsiders’ proprietary metric of passer efficiency, a metric that measures a quarterback’s efficiency while being under pressure.
But the Buccaneers also have a large number of questions to answer with the addition of undrafted rookie Josh McCown.
While McCown is projected to be a top-five pick in this year’s draft, he’s been unable to live up to expectations.
His completion percentage has been terrible, and he’s only thrown for at least one touchdown once this season.
He also has been hit for a staggering 556 yards.
While the Bucs will be missing a lot of talent, it won’t be easy to replace McCown, especially considering he has experience playing in a system.
The Buccaneers are currently in a similar situation as their quarterback competition, with Josh Freeman (who has yet to be drafted) and Austin Seferian-Jenkins (who was taken in the first round by the Jaguars) competing for the starting job.
The Tampa Bay Times’ Mike Garafolo noted that McCown has been practicing on a regular basis since last Sunday’s win over the Green Bay Packers.
“I don’t think it’s any surprise he’s struggling,” Garafalo wrote.
“But the reason he struggles is because he hasn’t done the same thing as the other quarterbacks.”
Freeman’s struggles have been evident in his play since joining the team, as he’s completing only 61.4 percent of his passes with two interceptions, four fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles.
It has been a major problem for Freeman, as the Tampa native has only played in 11 games in his career, making him the oldest starter on the team.
He’s also struggled with turnovers, as his completion percentage ranks 22nd in the league.
McCarown has struggled with interceptions and interceptions, but he’s also had a number of other mistakes that have led to costly losses.
His last turnover came on a short pass to wide receiver Mike Evans that resulted in a Bucs interception.
It’s a small sample size, but Freeman has made many of these mistakes, leading to interceptions that lead to costly turnovers.
McCracken is still a bit of a question mark heading into the season.
At this point, it seems as if the Buccaneers will continue to use McCown at the starting quarterback position.
But it will be interesting to see how things shake out with the younger, less experienced players that have been selected in the draft.
McDonald was the third-round pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2016.
The 6-foot-2, 211-pound quarterback is projected as a first-round selection by ESPN.com.
McGrady has struggled in the preseason with the Jets, as they’re currently in first place in the AFC South.
His struggles with accuracy and accuracy percentage have been troubling for the Jets offense.
McGregor has also struggled this preseason, as injuries have plagued his season and his stats have dipped from the prior two seasons.
He has a total of five interceptions this season and has thrown for only four touchdowns.
McGinest is the third quarterback selected in this past year’s NFL draft and has struggled mightily this season with the Tampa Buccaneers.
The 5-foot, 165-pound backup has thrown only six touchdown passes in his first six games.
McKenzie has struggled since being drafted, but the rookie has started in every game this preseason and has yet only to throw for a touchdown once.
McNutt has been unable, thus far, to live in a true pocket, with him struggling to throw the ball to receivers in space.
His ability to throw from his outside shoulder and get under the coverage of defensive backs is one of his biggest weaknesses.
McShay has struggled to play well in the past few weeks, but has looked much better in recent weeks.
He is still struggling with accuracy, but his passer rating of 59.8 has been an improvement over last season.
McVay has been inconsistent in his preseason action, as has rookie Connor Shaw.
He threw five interceptions and has been sacked three times this season on the season, a number that is far higher than the totals of his last two seasons combined.
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