The Bucs are 2-2 on the season. An argument could be made that they should be, at the very least, 3-1. This team is probably the biggest surprise of the NFL with the way their defense, in just four games under Todd Bowles, has turned things around so far. They're forcing turnovers (they had four against the Rams on Sunday), Shaq Barrett already has nine sacks, and Jameis Winston is starting to play the way the Bucs were expecting him to play when they drafted him first overall in 2015.
Greg Auman explains that if the Bucs can go 4-4 through the first part of the schedule, which is more difficult than the second part, they could very easily go 5-3 or even 6-2 in the second half of the season and put themselves in contention for the playoffs.
Listen to the entire Greg Auman interview with Bianchi below.