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After reviewing the game tape of the Bucs' preseason win over Cleveland, Dirk Koetter shared his thoughts on explosive plays, O-Line adjustments and cornerback depth.
In the longest preseason tune-up for its starters, Tampa Bay thrashed the Browns Friday, 30-13, behind a sharp outing from QB Jameis Winston, eight sacks on defense and a lot of special teams help.
Buccaneers rookie K Roberto Aguayo helped the Bucs beat Cleveland with a flawless night of kicking that rallied the Raymond James Stadium crowd to his side.
Who got this week's Game Ball?
With a handful of guards out for Friday's game, the Buccaneers will rely on the versatile Evan Smith and the rising Josh Allen to cover the gaps as the team's starters see extensive playing time.
With Phase II of a huge project to enhance and upgrade the Buccaneers' home, Raymond James Stadium and its massive new videoboards are ready to offer an unparalleled game-day experience Friday.
Camp Notes: Tampa Bay's starters will play into the second half against Cleveland, but the desire to field a healthy team on Sept. 11 will inform some playtime decisions…And other notes.