TAMPA — For the majority of 90 days, we have picked at the remains of the Bucs offense.

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We assumed that it failed due to a lack of Rob Gronkowski and Bruce Arians. It struggled with a weak offensive line and a lack of creativity.

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It also appeared as though hope would eventually vanish as the week's highlights and joys faded.

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What if the offense's demise was actually hastened? What if the offence was simply mostly dead, as Miracle Max famously taught in The Princess Bride?

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What if the offence has just enough life in it to last until the end of January as the weather starts to get cold?

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I know it's feasible. There is still a lot of skill and some time left. The current offence won't take Tampa Bay back to its heyday in 2020–21

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but it might work in tandem with a strong defence to help the team rack up a few wins.

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The Buccaneers offence is not strong

"The biggest thing in this game is that everything takes time. Right, developing your identity and developing chemistry take time. 

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Both of us have been doing well for the past two years. So, as many would expect, we are a unique group. Therefore, all that remains is to find out how to win some games.

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"It might be ugly at times. Gaining points could be difficult at times. But regardless of the difficulty, we must act decisively.

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