Week 4: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Home)
Moving on from Dirk Koetter after three seasons was the right move by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since the former head coach just couldn’t figure out a way to help the offense live up to the hype.
With Koetter out of the picture, the Buccaneers decided to bring Bruce Arians on board with the hope that he can help Jameis Winston reach a new level at quarterback, even after the offense lost a few key weapons this offseason, such as DeSean Jackson.
Luckily, the Rams are quite familiar with Arians’ style of play from the five years spent as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals from 2013-17, and even though the circumstances are different since he’s now part of the Buccaneers, Los Angeles still hopes to have the upper hand.
Despite all of the struggles surrounding Tampa Bay over the last few seasons, a fresh start at head coach with Arians should see better results in 2019 since it would be a shame to watch the potential surrounding this offense go to complete waste again.
But also if this happens to be the case, the Rams could be in for a more difficult challenge then they originally expected, so it will be interesting to see how this one plays out.