OJ Howard’s ‘Harlem Globetrotters’ rec. attempt/benching/Brateness, shows why TE is dead end play for Bucs grinders.

Nov 17, 2019; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Medolark aka O.J. Howard (80) juggles a pass against New Orleans Saints free safety Marcus Williams (43) Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Why has the TE position been a dead end for Tampa Bay Buccaneers this year? Is it because Bruce Arians system doesn’t involve the tight end? NO, he didn’t have one worth a spit (trademark BigDog, we miss ya) . Is it because OJ Howard has to be kept in to block? NO, PFF.com will show you the numbers of snaps he stays in to Block.

But after a ball thrown slightly behind him (to be honest) but still catchable, Howards gaff that was a big difference early on in the game, Cameron Brate comes in full times and has a typical receiving game. Brate may be the missing slot crossing target gone since Bucs let WR Adam Humphries go last year. Time will tellĀ .

One thing is for sure; OJ Howard is not an Arians type of Tight End. Here we go with why its not good to change coaches every three years. No Continuity, you inherit a team of someone else’s players. This is why every team with a Head Coach more than 5 years, is always a winning football team.

All the excuses were hearing from Bucs fans, Arians isn’t calling the plays, (so what, top 5 scoring offense) Jameis Winston sucks (see last excuse breaker, and good luck with any QB free agent) are all Bull Spit (RIP SD). stop firing your staff after 3 years.

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