Buccaneers: 4 bold predictions for the 2023 NFL Season

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a rather disappointing 2022 NFL season. They made the playoffs despite a losing record, though that certainly was not something they planned. 

However, with the talent on their roster, there is no doubt that they will be looking to bounce back in 2023. 

In this story, we will make four bold predictions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the 2023 NFL season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Performance in 2022 The Buccaneers had a disappointing 2022 NFL season, finishing with an 8-9 record. 

They qualified for the postseason but got bounced by the Dallas Cowboys quite easily. Despite having Tom Brady at quarterback, the team struggled to find consistency on both sides of the ball. 

The defense, which was expected to be one of the best in the league, was inconsistent throughout the season. Meanwhile, the offense struggled to put up points in key moments. 

However, with a talented roster and a coaching staff now led by Todd Bowles, the Buccaneers will be looking to bounce back in the 2023 NFL season.

As we get excited about the upcoming 2023 NFL Regular Season, let's talk about some big things that might happen with Baker Mayfield and the Buccaneers. We've got four predictions to share with you.

4. Rachaad White Will Double His Yardage 3. Lavonte David Will Still Be the Best Bucs Defender 2. Baker Mayfield Will Start Every Game 1. Buccaneers Will Have a Winning Record in 2023

The Buccaneers will win more games without Tom Brady. In 2023, the Bucs will win one more game than they did the previous year when they finished 8-9.

Even though they have one of the youngest teams in the NFL, Tampa Bay is going to finish with at least nine wins this season. 

We're not sure if that will be enough to win the division this year or make it to the playoffs as a Wild Card team. However, we do know that all the teams in the NFC South are getting better.

Remember that the Buccaneers have eight players on the current roster who have been to at least one Pro Bowl. 

Plus, they still have 14 players from the Super Bowl LV championship team. 

They might not be the favorites to win the NFC South for the third year in a row. Still, don't underestimate the Buccaneers because of their experience and talent.


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