Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bring Great Offense To Mile High City

November 30, 2012 9:30 AM

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bring Great Offense To Mile High City
By Rich Kurtzman

" The Bucs stop here?

" Denver’s defense hopes it’s the case when Tampa Bay comes to Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium this week. The Buccaneers boast a balanced offensive philosophy, asking Josh Freeman to throw for big plays and for Doug Martin to run all over the field. To wit, Tampa’s 28.2 points per game are the fourth-most of any team and against the best offenses—Atlanta, Houston, New England—the Broncos were bested. It’s why defense is the first and foremost key to victory this week for the orange and blue.

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Fourth-year man Freeman has developed into a fantastic young quarterback, with a strong arm, solid decision-making and escapability. Freeman’s 21 touchdowns are good for sixth-most and he’s only thrown seven interceptions; protecting the ball and taking advantage of his scoring opportunities. He’s got tall and strong receivers to get the ball to in Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams. Jackson, a former star in college at Northern Colorado, has always enjoyed playing against the Broncos, with many big games in a San Diego Chargers uniform "

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