Tampa Bay Buccaneers OFFENSE: Custom Power Run (Mostly I-Form, Strong, Weak) DEFENSE: Custom 4-3 (All 4-3 formations as well as a couple variations of the Nickel) ROOKIE TO WATCH: 5th Round Pick DT Kameel Cofield, he impressed in practice and the first preseason game. He will see more playing time than initially thought. O Leader: Doug Martin will still be the focus of the offense, he has a lot of mileage on him the past two season and now enters his contract year. D Leader: Revis still runs the defense, he got some help opposite him in Antoine Cason. QB: Mike Glennon enters his third season after taking a step back last year. He threw for nearly 1000 more yards in year 2 but also tacked on 14 more interceptions. I'm sure it didnt help that he was sacked 40 times compared to 15 his rookie year. We tried to address that by going offensive line in round 1. HB: Doug Martin has increased his yardage and TD's every season since entering the league. He eclipsed 2000 yards and had 18 TDs last season and his workload wont get any lighter this year. The front office did bring in 2nd year man Leo Nieves (5'10 234) to help spell Martin. Tampa was high on him coming out of Maryland but didnt get a chance to pull the trigger and draft him. WR: V-Jax hopes a better protected Glennon will help him get to double digit TDs for the first time in his career. Mike Williams returns as a solid #2 while we added Dwayne Harris in the slot. TE: Dennis Pitta formed a nice bond with Mike Glennon and was 2nd on the team in receptions last year, hauling in 59 Catches 912 yards and 5 TDs. While Luke Stocker and Tom Crabtree will continue to be vital blocking Tight Ends. T: Carl Nicks moved from LG to LT to make room for 1st rounder Quinston Mendoza. Donald Penn returns at RT. G: Rookie Quinston Mendoza is the LG out of East Carolina. Seems like he will cement himself in the spot with 88 RBK 86 PBK 86 IBL. While Vet Davin Joseph returns at the RG Spot. C: Center will be a battle between Jeremy Zuttah and Gabe Carimi. Zuttah has held the spot the past two years but the staff isn't that high on him. While Carimi is new to the center spot and not as talented, but he has superstar progression working in his favor and may overtake Zuttah by the end of the year. DE: Charles Johnson returns his 7 sacks and 14 TFL to the LE spot, while Rico Wakeel - last years first round pick at DT - will move outside to the RE spot. Wakeel got off to a slow start last season but finished strong, we think he can be more potent on the outside. DT: Gerald McCoy returns 7 sacks at DT and will be paired with a combination of FA pick up Karl Klug, former DE Davarius Travis and 5th round rookie Kameel Koefield out of Navy. OLB: Lavonte David and Colin McCarthy are two promising outside linebackers. McCarthy is a vast upgrade over the garbage we had last year. MLB: Mason Foster and Akeem Jordan will fight for the MLB spot , but Foster has the edge having been in the system for 3 years now. CB: A position of concern since taking over, we finally are happy with this group. Revis Island is there to stay with a career high 7 interceptions last season. We added Antoine Cason as a solid #2 while Johnathan Banks will be the nickel/#3. S: Dashon Goldson and Mark Barron continue as one of the most physical safety groups in the league. SPECIALISTS: Connor Barth and Michael Koenen return as Kicker and Punter. While Dwayne Harris and Michael Smith will return kicks. Season Goals : At least 8 wins and a wild card spot.