Week 14
December 06, 2016

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFC South

2016 Schedule

  • Week 1

    TB @ ATL


    1:00 pm

  • Week 2

    TB @ ARI


    4:00 pm

  • Week 3

    LAR @ TB


    5:00 pm

  • Week 4

    DEN @ TB


    5:00 pm

  • Week 5

    TB @ CAR


    8:30 pm

  • Week 6


  • Week 7

    TB @ SF


    5:00 pm

  • Week 8

    OAK @ TB


    1:00 pm

  • Week 8

    ATL @ TB


    8:30 pm

  • Week 10

    CHI @ TB


    1:00 pm

  • Week 11

    TB @ KC


    1:00 pm

  • Week 12

    SEA @ TB


    4:00 pm

  • Week 13

    TB @ SD


    4:30 pm

  • Week 14

    NO @ TB


    1:00 pm

  • Week 15

    TB @ DAL


    1:00 pm

  • Week 16

    TB @ NO


    1:00 pm

  • Week 17

    CAR @ TB


    1:00 pm

PYRO Fantasy Depth Chart

The PYRO Fantasy Football Depth Chart is a rundown of where Team PYRO projects the fantasy production for each team at each position. It is NOT an attempt to inform you of the current starters for each team. For example, we are well aware that Brandon Manumaleuna is currently the starting TE for the Chicago Bears, but if you look at the Bears Team Page, we have Greg Olsen listed at TE. Why? We’re projecting that Greg Olsen will be the most Fantasy Football relevant TE for the Bears this season. Since Olsen will be the Bears leading FF point scorer at TE, it’s his name at the top of the TE column on our PYRO Fantasy Depth Chart.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 2014 Preseason #FF Preview

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 2014 Preseason #FF Preview




Alright, alright, alright. Let’s get this Tampa Bay preview rolling by discussing… the Chicago Bears.  If you read my Pyro Index vol. 1, then you know the Chicago Bears have the most wins of any organization in football.


At the end of the 2013 season, they had a combined total of 747 wins, including the playoffs. Obviously, any coach is going to feel the heat in the windy city if they are not successful in with this organization. So, when Lovie Lee Smith coached the team in 2012 and they failed to reach the playoffs for the fifth time in six years, he was canned. That man was CANNED after all the HEAT.




So, fast forward to 2014, and Smith is in the coaching seat once again, this time in Tampa Bay. The Bucs were in the NFC North division once upon a time, but now round out the NFC South along with Atlanta, Carolina, and New Orleans. Smith, not known for his offensive prowess, will have a difficult time putting up points in that division. In his nine years coaching in Chicago, his average offensive rank for total points was 18th.



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According to the projected Pyro Power Rankings for 2014, Carolina and New Orleans are in the top four for stingiest defenses. Those defenses are going to be tough this year, and teams facing them may find it difficult to put points on the board.  To quote Dawg on the subject of Lovie Smith: “Lovie’s name should be changed to Hatie for fantasy owners”. Truly, I have not heard such linguistic beauty since Keanu Reeve’s Shakespearian performance.



Take that Bill and Ted! Quarterbacking the Bucs through an excellent adventure this year is Josh McCown. He did a masterful job filling in for Cutler last year. He played in eight games but started only five. He was 149 for 224 on the season and totaled 1,829 yards. Amazingly, he tossed 13 touchdowns with only 1 interception, plus he ran another one in for a score. Of the five games he started, he went over 300 yards three times. The other two games were both over 200 yards. The important thing to remember, this was done under Marc Trestman. This is a huge reason why Pyro’s final draft kit ranking has McCown rated #24 at the position.  Some people have been touting McCown and his reunion with Smith. Alright, the two worked together, but when McCown was on fire last year, Lovie was no longer on staff. They don’t call Trestman the quarterback whisperer for nothing. I have serious doubts that McCown will put up the same caliber performance under Lovie Smith. Do not get caught up in the douche canoe hype. I have seen McCown on some crazy lists from some of those top 40 fantasy sites out there all claiming McCown is going to breakout. Tap the brakes, and remember Lovie Smith is no Jack Kennedy and he sure as hell isn’t Marc Trestman!


Mike Glennon is the backup to the 35 year old McCown. This is just Glennon’s second year in the league. Last year for Tampa, he started 13 games. On his biggest day, he threw for just 275 yards. On his worst day, he threw for 90. His completion percentage was just below 60%. He totaled 2,608 yards and tossed 19 TDs and 9 INTs. I could see Glennon getting some action this year. I just don’t know if McCown can with stand a full season as a starter. Glennon will have a better supporting cast this year, but the guy is wildly inconsistent. Pyro puts him at #41 for their final preseason ranking.


The Tampa 2 may no longer be defined as a defensive scheme created by Monte Kiffin and Tony Dungy after seeing the two Tampa receivers take the field this year. Sometimes, “it takes two to make a thing go right, it takes two to make it outta sight”.



The 2 I am referencing are the Tampa receivers in 2014: Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans. These two monsters are both 6”5’. So, you may ask yourself: Does height matter for wide receivers? Thank goodness Pyro has got your back on this one.



Starting off with Vincent Jackson, he is entering his 10th year in the NFL and 3rd in Tampa Bay. Since arriving, he finished 6th and 14th respectively for fantasy wide receivers. Last year he was targeted 159 times and pulled in 78 receptions. After doing some strenuous calculations, I have determined that is a 49% catch rate. Out of the top 35 targeted guys from 2013, that is 2nd worst (Torrey Smith 48.1%). It gets worse, his average yards per target was 7.85 yards beyond the line of scrimmage.  The average is 7.8 yards down field with a 58.5% catch rate. So, he was just average for his targets downfield, yet his catch rate was almost 10% worse than the norm.  He averaged 15.7 yards per catch. So, he doesn’t do too bad once he actually catches the ball, although the average yards per catch for receivers last year was 13.3. But the problem is the ball falls incomplete more often than not when thrown to him. Look, he can put up some big numbers. He had four games where he went for over 100 yards and on three of those occasions he also crossed the end zone. At those times, you love him on your team, he can win you a handful of weeks. Generally however, I want consistency on my fantasy roster. A Vincent Jackson is not bad if you have a couple other receivers that are giving solid performances week in and week out.  Pyro puts him just inside the top 20 for the final preseason rankings. My problem with him is the ADP, well, that and all the drops. As of the end of August, he is going in the 3rd round for 12 team leagues. That is a heavy price tag on a guy whose catch rate is just below 50%.



Continuing to look at the new Tampa 2, we turn our attention to Mike Evans. As of the latest ADP data, you can grab him 6 rounds later. He is going at the tail end of the 9th round for 12 team leagues. As stated, he is also 6”5’ but about 10 pounds lighter than Jackson. Evans weighs 231 and ran a 4.53. He played 2 years with Johnny Freefall at Texas A&M.  He had more receptions his first year, 82 to 69. But in his final year he had more yards and more TDs. In 2012 he had 1,105 yards and went to 1,394 last year. Then, his touchdowns rose from 5 to 12. He played in 13 total games last year. He went for over 100 yards 5 times, 2 of which went for over 200. He did have a tendency to disappear for a game here and there. There were a total of 5 games he totaled less than 60 yards, his worst being an 8 yard outing on 4 receptions. Pyro has him ranked at number 39, the third highest rookie receiver. Check out some of his college highlights.



Doug Martin burst onto the scene in 2012 and was just 74 shy of 2,000 all purpose yards. Stagg Party is highest on him with D-rx lowest. On the last tier sheet of the preseason, Staggs has Martin as high as #7 where as D-rx has him at #12. According to ADP’s from the end of August, he is going as the 12th running back off the board. Personally, I think there is a lot of hype on this kid who really has not shown us that much. In 2012, he totaled 12 touchdowns (11 rushing). He averaged 4.56 yards per carry. But his total rushing yards (1,454) were skewed with some heavy performances. He put up 251 yards in one game. Looking just a bit closer, you discover he did that against Oakland. He only had 4 other games were he rushed for over 100 yards that year. Then, there are the six games he played in 2014. He only went for over 100 yards once. He averaged a pedestrian 3.59 yards per carry. All of that was before the injury mind you. Plus, he only scored one rushing touchdown and one receiving touchdown and both of those came in week 1. Tampa is tied for the 14th easiest schedule against the run this year. By the way, in 2012, when he was at his best, Tampa had the 6th easiest rushing schedule. It’s not that I need to see it from a guy for several years before I am drinking the Kool-aid, hell, I am dancing to the Duke (Andre Ellington) in most of my drafts this year. But to me, Martin built a huge reputation on just one amazing game versus Oakland and has done little else since.  It’s not that he doesn’t have talent. But, I have him as my 15th running back, just below Le’veon Bell and Zac Stacy.





The official back up to Doug Martin is still a bit murky. Before they lost the rookie Simms for the season (most speculate), Rainey was the #2. At the end of last season, most bets were on Mike James. But, Rainey had an excellent camp. Both guys filled in nicely when Martin went down. In fact, I had both on my dynasty team at one point last year. Rainey has dominated the carries in the preseason but has not done much with it, maintaining an embarrassing 2 yards per rush on 32 carries. Although James has a better average (5 yards per carry) they have only handed it to him 6 times. Clearly, Rainey has been getting the reps, which indicates the team’s confidence in him as their #2.  In 12 team leagues with 16 roster spots, neither guy is being drafted according to late August ADPs. Instead of handcuffing Doug Martin, I would spend late round picks on guys like James White or Alfred Blue. You should be able to get a Martin backup off waivers if the need should arise.


Now that Tim Wright has become a Patriot, it leaves the tight end position a bit suspect in Tampa. While they solidified their offensive line in the deal, the remaining tight ends are the rookie Austin Seferian-Jenkins and Brandon Myers. Pyro has Jenkins as their highest ranked Tampa tight end. He is another converted basket ball player which seems to be the trend these days. He set Washington school records with 146 receptions, 1,840 receiving yards, and 21 touchdowns for a tight end. The guy has talent, and now it looks like he will have the opportunity. Keep this in mind, rarely do rookie tight ends ever make an immediate impact. It generally takes several years for them to get going. Granted, we have witnessed that learning curve shorten as of late with the likes of the Jordans  (Cameron & Reed). But, chances are, this kid is still a year or two away from breaking out. He could be a guy to watch, but there is just too much talent at the position this year. If you end up waiting on tight end, take a Zack Ertz, Travis Kelce, or a Dwayne Allen instead. Seferian-Jenkins can be claimed off the wire if he ends up being the real deal.




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Errict Rhett was a superstar running back for the Florida Gators and a second round, 34th overall, selection by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 1994 NFL Draft. Errict Rhett had the potential to be one of the greatest running backs the NFL had ever seen, but a holdout for money would be the undoing to all that potential. 

Rhett is a player that has faded from memory for a lot of people, but I remember him as being a beast for the Florida Gators. The Gators have produced some of the greatest running backs in the NFL like Fred Taylor, Neal Anderson and of course Emmitt Smith. Although, Errict Rhett was the best running back to ever play at Florida, and he is still their all-time leader in yards. Here is how he stacks up to Emmitt Smith, who ranks second all-time behind Rhett. 

1. Errict Rhett: 1990-1993, Total Yards: 5393 yards (4163 rushing, 1230 rec) 34 td
2. Emmitt Smith: 1987-1989, Total Yards: 4391 yards (3928 rush, 463 rec) 36 td

When the Buccaneers selected Rhett in 1994, they were coming off a 5-11 season, and lacked any real firepower on offense. The Florida star stepped in and was welcomed with open arms in his home state, and did not disappoint with his rookie performance. Rhett became the starter halfway through the season, and finished with 1,011 rushing yards and seven touchdowns. The following season he had 1,207 rushing yards, while scoring 11 times. The feat was made even more impressive when you consider that the Bucs offensive line was one of the worst in the league at the time. Rhett also ran for 192 yards against the Redskins, which was the third best rushing game in team history. 

Heading into the 1996 season Rhett was under contract for $336,000, which was only $130,000 more than the lowest-paid running back in the league. So for a player that had been as effective as he was, it seemed fitting that he would want to holdout for a better deal. For Rhett, that was complicated by the fact that his agent was Drew Rosenhaus. Rosenhaus was known for dramatic holdouts to get his clients more money, but just about every general manager in the league also hated him. There was yet another issue with complicated things, and that was Buccaneers new head coach Tony Dungy.

Rhett, Rosenhaus and the Buccaneers were unable to reach an agreement before the start of the 1996 season. It was reported that Rhett turned down a six-year contract worth $2.3M per year. Rosenhaus was pushing for $3M per year with a $5M signing bonus, and thus began Errict’s 93-day holdout. Rhett, through Rosenhaus, said that he would not play unless he got a contract extension. Then Rosenhaus demanded the Bucs trade Rhett before the trade deadline that season, and that fell upon deaf ears as well. In the end, Rhett got nothing, and returned to the team under his same original contract.

When he returned to the team, he was not welcomed back with open arms. Tony Dungy was the new head coach, and his star running back had held out for half of the season on him. As far as Dungy was concerned, he did not need him. Errict would only run for 539 yards and three scores, with 3.1 YPC average. After the season ended, Dungy and the Buccaneers began to move the team in another direction.

The Buccaneers had drafted Mike Alstott in 1996 as a fullback to block for Rhett, but with Rhett missing games he was also used a lot as a rusher. Tony Dungy liked him so much, that he did not feel he needed the 5’11” 210 pound Rhett anymore. In 1997, with the 12th overall pick the Bucs looked to replace the former Florida star, with a then current Florida State star, Warrick Dunn. That pick was a death sentence for Rhett in Tampa. He did play the following season, but only had 31 carries for 96 yards and three scores in 11 games played. Dunn became the feature back, and Rhett was never the same player again.

The story of Errict Rhett did not have a good ending, and Rhett has only himself and his trust in Drew Rosenhaus to thank for that. It was poor decision after poor decision by Rosenhaus, coupled with Tony Dungy and his lack of respect for Rhett that derailed this once promising career.


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Mike Alstott: The A-Train

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Bucs DST is Pyro Hot

Pyro's take: Tampa's DST since Week 10 is First in takeaways, PPG allowed and QB passer rating. Would be a nice DST to ride into the playoffs.

12/05/16, 04:49 PM CST by The Hartbeat
Source: twitter.com

Mo's Preaseason Sweetheart Back in Action

Pyro's take: Charles Sims returned to full practice today off the IR. He's available to return December 5th.

Fantasy Goo: As many may think this is bad for Doug Martin down the stretch, it should help him. Martin hasn't been fighting for extra yards like we're used to, him getting a breather should help him stay fresh.

11/23/16, 12:20 PM CST by The Hartbeat
Source: twitter.com

Jacquizz Out and Martin Looks to get Right

Pyro's take: Jacuizz is of course out. Doug MArtin received 17 looks last week, his first game back from injury.

Fantasy Goo: I have all the faith in the world that Martin should look to improve on his week 10 return performance. They face KC at Arrowhead. But the Chiefs are allowing opposing RBs to get it down as there are only 5 defenses that actually allow for more rushing yards per game.

11/20/16, 10:34 AM CST by PyromaniacMo
Source: www.nfl.com

MArtin Returns for Week 10

Pyro's take: Martin will suit up for the first time in 8 weeks. Rodgers is out and Barber will take a back-seat.

Fantasy Goo: Martin is slated to resume his duties. The team gives us a hint at just how confident they are in Martin as they just waived a rookie RB who would have been 3rd on the depth chart. Barber is no longer an option. I understand the need for passivity and caution, but in Week 10 you are likely scrapping for a win. I am playing upside and Martin has a very high ceiling.

11/12/16, 11:15 PM CST by PyromaniacMo
Source: www.tampabay.com

Evans Clears Concussion Protocol

Pyro's take: Don't think, he is a must start week in and week out.

11/10/16, 01:10 PM CST by The Hartbeat
Source: twitter.com

Hammy Still Hampering the Muscle Hamster

Pyro's take: *Update: Tampa Bay Times beat writer Rick Stroud implied it's still too early to believe Martin will suit up Sunday.

Martin finally returned to practice this morning. Go out and grab Martin in all formats if he is on the waiver wire. This is no guarantee that he will play this week. Jacquizz has also been seen in a walking boot, that leaves Peyton Barber left for RB's. Expect Koetter to keep his offense pass happy and go get Martin to stash only if you have a secure hold on a playoff spot.

11/09/16, 04:15 PM CST by The Hartbeat
Source: twitter.com

Tampa is Gonn Two Step All Over the Raiders

Pyro's take: Oakland is the only defense that is allowing over 300 yards passing per game.

Fantasy Goo: I love Evans this week. The Oakland D has allowed 7 scores to go to the TE position. In fact, they have allowed 7 WRs to put up over 100 yards against them so far this year.

10/29/16, 05:09 PM CDT by PyromaniacMo
Source: www.nfl.com

Martin likely out Week 7

Pyro's take: Dirk Koetter said RB Doug Martin suffered an injury setback a week ago. Does not have a timetable for return.

Looks like Jacquizz Rodgers could get the big workload in a great matchup against the 49ers, with no real competition, Rodgers is interesting in DFS and season long leagues.

10/19/16, 05:18 PM CDT by Stagg Party
Source: twitter.com

Mr. Evans #2 in WR Targets & His Wallet says Bad Mother Fucker for Week 4

Pyro's take: Mike Evans is 2nd in the league in WR targets. He, of course, is also 2nd in FF Points for WRs in PPR formats. Evans and Tampa are home to Denver in Week 4

Fantasy Goo: while everyone fears Denver simply because of the name, it makes this a great play in GPP this week. According to PFF, no other WR has a more favorable matchup than M.E. The 6'5 Mike Evans will square off against the 5'11 Bradley Robey

10/01/16, 07:44 PM CDT by PyromaniacMo
Source: www.fftoday.com

Jameis a Garbage Time Monster?

Jameis Winston is making his case to be this seasons Blake Bortles. The Bucs are currently on pace to throw it 762 times.

Pyro's take: Jameis Winston is making his case to be this seasons Blake Bortles. The Bucs are currently on pace to throw it 762 times. Winston will be sure to throw it around a lot this season.

09/26/16, 06:23 PM CDT by Stagg Party
Source: pyromaniac.com

Charles Sims Could Get Upwards of 20 Touches in Week 3


Pyro's take: Doug Martin is out for the foreseeable future. This is why you drafted Sims.

Fantasy Goo: It is no secret, I love Sims. Now he gets his chance to shine. It is a tougher matchup, but because of his work on the ground and in the passing game, he should see upwards of 20 touches in week 3

09/24/16, 04:28 PM CDT by PyromaniacMo
Source: twitter.com

The Dougernaut To Miss Multiple Weeks With A Hamstring injury

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Pyro's take: Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB Doug Martin (hamstring), who underwent an MRI to determine the severity of his hamstring injury suffered in Week 2, is expected to miss "about three weeks" according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Fantasy Goo: Martin is expected to miss multiple weeks with a hamstring injury that occurred during Week two's loss to the Arizona Cardinals. With Martin sidelined, Charles Sims will draw the start in Week 3's poor matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. Despite the matchup, Sims should be considered a low-end RB2 in the contest who has better value in PPR scoring formats than in standard.

09/21/16, 11:43 AM CDT by PK Ripper
Source: twitter.com

I guess this is Growing Up

Winston completed 23 of 33 passes for 281 yards, four touchdowns to different receivers and one interception.

Pyro's take: Winston completed 23 of 33 passes for 281 yards, four touchdowns to different receivers and one interception.

Fantasy Goo: There was a time when Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston stood on a table and yelled "fuck her right in the pussy.” Now Jameis Winston stands in the end zone with a budding super-star future in his grasp. Winston is built like a tank and has a hyper mentality on and off the field. With Mike Evans in the mix we should have years of highlights ahead. If you like to have a backup QB then you might want to run to the waiver wire and look for him. The Bucs receivers are great field stretchers which help for longer touchdown throws for those in leagues giving more points to TD length. If you need a bye week QB at some point this year, Jameis could be a great option. You could also stream Winston on great match-up weeks.

09/13/16, 06:54 PM CDT by STiFFKiTTY
Source: bucswire.usatoday.com

Brate Solidifies his Spot Atop the Bucs Depth Chart


Pyro's take: It is no surprise that Brate is currently running as Tampa's No. 1 TE. This talk has been going on since OTA's. He continues to impress, leaving ASJ as the backup.

Fantasy goo: Most drafters have not caught onto this yet. This is yet another case for waiting on your TE. Even when ASJ got some press for catching a TD in practice, Brate comes right back and scores 2. This kid is for real, but keep an eye on the preseason to watch it unfold.

08/07/16, 03:10 PM CDT by PyromaniacMo
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Doug Martin Determined Not To Have A Letdown Season

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Pyro's take: Doug Martin had a rebound year in 2015 and looks poised to continue or perhaps even improve on his 1,402 yards rushing and 271 yards receiving from last year. According to Joe Kania of Buccaneers.com, on day four of camp, Martin scored on "at least two long runs, one of which he scored without being touched."

Fantasy Goo: Doug Martin is currently being drafted 19th overall and as RB9. Last year he finished as the third overall RB, but his teammate Charles Sims finished as RB22. There are plenty of touches to be had in this backfield and as long as Martin gets the majority of them, he will be worth his current ADP.

08/04/16, 01:38 AM CDT by PK Ripper
Source: www.buccaneers.com

Mike Evans Speaks On His Sophomore Struggles

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pyro's take: Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans told the Pewter Report that he is dissatisfied with his performance throughout the course of the 2015 season. “It’s a blessing to be in the NFL, but I’m definitely not satisfied,” Evans said. “People will say I had a sophomore slump last year. I guess that’s fair. People can say what they want. I increased in some of my numbers, but I wasn’t as consistent and I got to get back to my fundamentals a little more.” Evans went on to admit that he lost "focus" at certain points last season and believes that practice reps will improve that area of his mental game. (Scott Reynolds of the Pewter Report)

Fantasy Goo: Mike Evans is one of the biggest boom or bust options in fantasy football at the wide receiver position in 2016. Evans followed up a remarkable rookie campaign in 2014 with a disappointing season in 2015 with his touchdown total dropping from 12-to-3 and leading the league in dropped passes with 11. Consider Evans a low-end WR1/WR2 with an extremely high ceiling as he is a breakout candidate if he can improve on the fundamental aspects of his game.

07/09/16, 01:05 AM CDT by PK Ripper
Source: www.twitter.com

Kenny is Ringing the Bell on the Ship


Pyro's take: Kenny Bell has been productive in the Red Zone this offseason. He is currently practicing with the second team. Kenny Bell was a 2015 5th round draft pick and sat out last year on the injured reserve. With Louis Murphy and Vincent Jackson out, Bell has been stealing the show.

Fantasy Goo: The WR3 position is up in the air. Murphy showed flashes but is recovering from a torn ACL. With a new coaching staff, there are always opportunities to shake up the deeper roster spots on the depth chart. Vincent Jackson is 33 and Bell is a potential target for dynasty owners. In redraft, he should go undrafted unless his ADP climbs.

After seeing this piece of news, I decided to check his draft profile and highlights. This dude highpoints the ball but his biggest weakness is his lanky frame over the middle.

06/16/16, 10:20 AM CDT by The Archer
Source: www.tampabay.com

Connor Barth heads to division rival Saints

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pyro's take: Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers K Connor Barth has agreed to terms on a contract with the New Orleans Saints. Barth was released following the Buccaneers' selection of Roberto Aguayo in the second-round of the 2016 Nfl draft.

It didn't take long for Connor Barth to find a new team as he signed with the division rival New Orleans Saints. The veteran kicker finished 2015 with 103 fantasy points through 12 games and will likely compete with Kai Forbath for the starting job in New Orleans.

05/21/16, 11:28 PM CDT by PK Ripper
Source: www.twitter.com

Free agent Doug Martin says he wants to re-sign with the Bucs.


Pyro's take: After a resurgent 2015 campaign that saw Martin rush for 1,402 yards and six touchdowns, Martin has put himself among the top running backs that could hit the market when the new league year starts in March.

“I love Tampa and Tampa loves me,” Martin said. “I’ve got a house out there so I do wish I’ll go back to Tampa.”

“I’ll play the year and we’ll see what happens,” Martin said regarding if he was designated a franchise player. “Those negotiations are being talked about behind the scenes.”

02/04/16, 10:00 PM CST by Vaaal-verde
Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Mike Smith could emerge as the front runner for Tampa Bay


Pyro's take: Jason La Confora via Twitter "I'd be very surprised if Mike Smith does not emerge as a strong head coach option with Tampa"

01/09/16, 01:21 AM CST by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com


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