Five not in their favor: What not to like about Buccaneers’ repeat odds
Going for two.
That’s been the Buccaneers’ mantra ever since the final seconds ran down on their 31-9 Super Bowl LV victory over the Chiefs back in February. In fact, head coach Bruce Arians made it abundantly clear that his team was not trying to “run it back.” Tampa Bay is going for two.
However you want to say it or brand it, the goal is clear: The Bucs are hoping to get back to the playoffs, return to the Super Bowl and take home the Lombardi Trophy for a second straight year. But despite having some factors working in their favor as they look to repeat, there will be other things working against the team during its quest. Here, we’ll break down five things not going in favor of the defending champs as they look to go for two.
As much talent as the Bucs have on their roster, the fact remains that history is simply not on their side. Yes, we just saw the Tampa Bay Lightning repeat as Stanley Cup champions. There have been multiple …
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