The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have many strengths, but not so many hidden ones. Even just a glance at the roster will give you a pretty good idea of where they’re good and where they may not be. Good at: pass defense, moving the sticks through the air. Bad at: run defense, big passes (though that should change with DeSean Jackson), running the ball.
It’s not that easy, though, as Football Outsiders managed to dig out two hidden areas of play where the Bucs excel, and all of these could be termed...clutch (though I kind of hate that term).