相关链接\n\n \n\n用品\n\n\n 起草独家功能\n \n 温斯顿的休赛期的时间表\n \n 温斯顿兴奋竞争\n\n\n \n\n相片\n\n\n 最好的休赛期的照片\n \n 澳门赌场去打保龄球\n\n\n \n\n视频\n\n\n 4个月时钟\n \n 基座的训练营2014\n\n\n\n\n\n*每个星期在休赛期，资深作家/编辑斯科特·史密斯将球迷海盗浸入收件箱中回答问题。这一周，我们将讨论可能的首发阵容和紧詹姆斯·温斯顿在今年一个潜在的。此外，我们谈一点防御，触及了单项奖的机会，并通过团队的排名上升。 \n\n球迷们可以通过Twitter提交即将举行的邮袋问题@scottsbucs（#bucsmailbag），通过官方海盗的Facebook页面或通过电子邮件，在邮件 firstname.lastname@example.org。在一个愎邮袋运行的每个星期四，并且不必为了反映球队的管理层或教练组的意见。 \n\n*\n\n\n\n1.紧配对？我很高兴大家的那个激动关于蒂姆·赖特的回报。我也是。我认为这是特别是对由于其他九支球队的海盗事件的好事 - 其中有2个NFC南竞争对手 - 也把他放弃索赔。我说的是，我认为重要的是要指出，澳门赌场那紧的情况是 大大 当它比赖特不同有他令人印象深刻的新秀在2013年爆发。\n\n这是的情况下，那些银衬片类型之一。在边锋位置一堆伤病迫使澳门赌场给莱特，转换后的外接手，一出手，而且进展顺利，到54个渔获物和五个触地得分调。现在，赖特的拦网是，可以理解，在进展中的工作，但谁去争论随着生产50副渔获紧结？这是一个资产的宝贵足以把它加上第四轮选秀进入首发后卫了很OL，有需要的团队。现在怎么样？好了，我不会夸大的东西，因为人还有那些点点地证明，但有在该位置有很大的潜力。我知道一个事实，有一个巨大的乐观量的一个BUC里面讲什么奥斯汀·塞弗里安·詹金斯（ASJ，你叫他）现在ESTA能做那年他是完全健康的。不要忘了布兰登·迈尔斯也仍然存在，我有一个79副渔获物和一个47-捕捞季节NFL已经在他的皮带。如果澳门赌场并不喜欢卢克·斯托克去年一样，他们不会重新签下他休赛期ESTA。 \n\n蒂姆所以要做的第一件事就是莱特需要证明，我应该取代其中的一个三个组合，因为大多数球队携带3点紧结束的时间。这可能确实发生，但我不认为我们想注销任何其他三个的，无论是。这应该是一个非常有趣的战斗训练营观看（含二年级男子卡梅伦还诺贝特方程的合法部分）。赖特您的方案涂料作为通捕手和ASJ在两德设置了拦截。这很好，但我认为澳门赌场ASJ ENVISION作为生产通捕手。其实这是在你请烤面包的参数（大手柄的方式，凯西和我会得到一个踢出来的，如果我们在视频邮包用它）。如果反对派不知道谁住在以块和谁去了一通你的两个-TE的形成是最有效的。这就是说，莱特将需要被看作是一个称职的受体阻滞剂战略的这一点来获得最大的效益。但愿，我会是公正的。 \n\n在另一方面，储存器可能是四个最佳的拦截。如果你是罚款一个人是主要阻滞剂（只有一个他可能出去了一通提示）和其他人通常的跑动路线，那么关于ASJ收纳器配对呢？迈尔斯的工作都可以做，所以你有ASJ迈尔斯迈尔斯收纳器，并考虑了。 \n\n我喜欢你的想法烤面包。赖特如果能工作纳入组合和证明自己足够的拦截，如果ASJ是球队希望我能成为力，这可能是一个非常有效的两德的攻击。我们只是不排除其他可能的组合。 \n\n\n\n2. jameis一路领先？肯定的是，无论这些事情可能发生，或者两者，但我认为第二个是更容易。 \n\nMan, it ain't easy breaking through the ranks to make the Pro Bowl as a quarterback. Last year, when the Pro Bowl became "unconferenced," these were the six choices: Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger, Peyton Manning, Tony Romo, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck. When Rodgers, Roethlisberger, Manning and Brady didn't play due to various reasons, the four replacements were Drew Brees, Matthew Stafford, Matt Ryan and Andy Dalton. Those were the REPLACEMENTS.Two names offer hope there: Luck and Dalton. Luck has made the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons. He was the most-hyped QB prospect to come along in a while, and he has not disappointed. Hype plus big numbers plus the playoffs equaled an instant Pro Bowl breakthrough for the Stanford prospect. I think it's fair to say that Winston is considered the best quarterback prospect since Luck, and he has plenty of hype too, so maybe he can follow the same path if the Bucs make the playoffs. But a lot of things have to fall into place. \n\nDalton's selection is a reason of hope, too, though not for the same reason. The jury seems to be out on the fifth-year Cincinnati passer, even though he has a 40-23-1 record as a starter, FOUR playoff appearances in four years and two Pro Bowl selections. My point is, whatever you think of Dalton, he's definitely not considered in the same regard (yet, at least) as a Rodgers or Brees. So if a similar thing happens next January, with certain high-profile guys not playing in the Pro Bowl due to injuries or playoffs or whatever, the bar in terms of voter popularity, seems to be Andy Dalton. I guess Winston or Marcus Mariota or Teddy Bridgewater could break through. \n\nThat's not a prediction I'm willing to make, however. Here are the last four rookie quarterbacks to play in the Pro Bowl: Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin, Cam Newton…wait! I'm disproving my own point. Either we had a ridiculous four-year run of rookie QBs (quite possible) or the league is primed for rookie-QB invasion right now. Maybe Jameis will be in the Pro Bowl this coming February!Still, I think the playoffs are a more likely outcome, given that he probably needs that to happen first before the Pro Bowl-as-a rookie thing follows. I'm sure that expressing optimism over the Bucs going from 2-14 to the playoffs in one year will sound like homerism, but let's not forget that a 7-9 record won the NFC South last year. The Bucs had a number of things to fix from 2014 to 2015, but wasn't the biggest difference between them and their three division competitors the situation at quarterback? Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Cam Newton…sure seems like I just saw all their names (repeatedly) while looking back through the last handful of Pro Bowls. Closing the gap on that position could also quickly close the gap on the difference between the 7-8-1 Panthers, 7-9 Falcons, 6-10 Saints and the (hopefully) up-and-coming Buccaneers. \n\nHere's the other part of me saying yes to "…take us to our first playoff since 2007:" He's presumably going to have a lot of help. As for making the Pro Bowl, that's largely on him, though Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans and ASJ could help quite a bit. If the Bucs make the playoffs, there's a VERY good chance that the defense will have as much to do with it as Jameis Winston. Oh, and that happens to take us nicely into the next question. \n\n\n\n3. Defensive Awards?Jeromiaha obviously is focused on the Bucs' defense, which is refreshing. You can see from the above that there is a lot of optimism about guys like Jameis and ASJ, but let's not forget that the Buccaneers' greatest tradition is on the other side of the ball. If a McCoy/David-led defense ascended to the ranks of the NFL elite, it would just be building on that tradition. \n\n(By the way, that's the best way I've ever seen "Jeremiah" spelled. Seriously, I mean that. Not kidding.)So, can the Bucs get (back) into the Top 10 this year? Uh, YEAH. You're talking about yardage rankings, I assume, and I know Tampa Bay ranked 25th in the league last year in that category, which doesn't sound too good. But it was really bad early and quite a bit better in the season's second half. After Week Eight, the Bucs ranked 14th in both yards allowed per game and points allowed per game. I'm no mathematician, but 14th seems pretty close to the top 10 to me. \n\nIn other words, it only takes a modest improvement to get there. I think the Buccaneers will make at least a modest improvement on defense in 2015. The key to me being right about that is the pass rush. It wasn't great last year, but it wasn't terrible. The Bucs got more sacks out of their defensive tackles than any other team in the league and then they added Henry Melton. Boom. It's hard to imagine the interior pass-rush being anything less than superb; let's get something out of the edges and it will be fantastic. \n\nSure, every team is feeling optimistic right now. Didn't some Buffalo Bills just recently say they thought they could be the best defense ever? (They are really good.) You're either going to get better or get worse. The 2015 Buccaneers are either the 1999 Buccaneers, who went from good to great, or the 2009 Buccaneers, who went from top 10 to 27th on defense. The former seems more likely, in that the 2015 Bucs (like the 1999 squad) have a number of young performers just coming into their own.Over that aforementioned second half of the season, the Buccaneers were only four yards per game worse than the team (St. Louis) that ranked 10th in yards allowed. Give McCoy, David and the rest of that crew another full offseason to learn the defense imported by Lovie Smith and Leslie Frazier – the factor widely credited with the team's second-half surge on that side of the ball last year – and it shouldn't be a great leap to shave another five to 10 yards off the opponents' output in 2015. \n\nOf course, the individual fates of McCoy and David was the first thing Jeromiaha brought up above. Could either one end up with NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors by January? Well, in terms of Buc history, that's the one award the team has been able to reel in, with Lee Roy Selmon breaking the ice in 1979, Warren Sapp following in 1999 and Derrick Brooks completing the trifecta in 2002. In terms of their impact, McCoy and David are most often compared to Sapp and Brooks. To follow their predecessors into the award record books, the current Bucs will probably need to generate the overall team improvement we discussed above. The 1999 Bucs ranked third in the NFL in yards allowed but might have been the league's best overall defense that year. The 2002 Bucs were not only the NFL's best on defense but one of the best ever. \n\nIt's asking a lot of the 2015 squad to match either of those two outcomes, but if it were to occur then you have to believe either McCoy and/or David would be at the heart of the surge. And given their rather sterling reputations – both were first-team all-pros in 2013 for a team that finished 4-12 – they would almost certainly get award consideration. It would definitely take stats; Sapp had 12.5 sacks in '99 and Brooks had four defensive touchdowns in '13. Can you see Gerald McCoy getting 12.5 sacks and/or Lavonte David getting four TDs in 2015? Yeah, me too. \n\nSo, sure, it's possible. It isn't likely. Apart from J.J. Watt, I don't think I would say that Defensive Player of the Year is likely for any NFL player. But it isn't a ridiculous expectation, either. The team as a whole has to improve by a significant margin, and if that happens, the individual accolades may very well follow.