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The Buccaneers don’t have a set starting running back for 2021.
On paper, the lack of a starting running back feels like a bad thing. The talking heads on T.V. may point at the Buccaneers and their lack of a declared starting back as a weakness in their armor during a Super Bowl run, but in the end, this move will work out for everyone.
There is a reason why paying running backs with massive contracts is dangerous; the situation’s unpredictability.