Fresh off of a Super Bowl title in year one of Tom Brady's tenure, it's hard to imagine what else the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have to accomplish. However, wide receiver Mike Evans recently teased some big things for the Bucs' offense heading into the 2021 campaign and it should have the rest of the league shaking in fear.
According to Evans, the Buccaneers offense is "miles ahead of what we were last year." Miles ahead of the league's third-best offense that scored 30.8 points per game.
Looking back at the 2020 campaign, the Buccaneers did get off to a relatively slow start, at least by their own championship standards. After Week 12, Tampa Bay was just 7-5 and had scored 30 or more points in only five of those contests. This was followed by eight consecutive wins and 30-plus points in all but one of those games.
The Tampa Bay offense finished second in the NFL with 289.1 passing yards per game and 42 passing touchdowns. If the team we saw down the stretch comes out of the gate firing on all cylinders, then there's no question Tampa Bay is poised for another monster season.
With nearly the entire core of this championship team back on roster, the Buccaneers look to become the first team since Brady’s 2003-04 Patriots to win consecutive championships. The odds are in their favor as the Buccaneers rank with the second-best odds (+650) to win Super Bowl 56 on FanDuel Sportsbook.
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