Protect Bridgewater Better
Burns and fellow defensive end Marquis Haynes lead the Panthers with 3.0 sacks each. The Bucs have four players with at least 4.0 sacks (Jason Pierre-Paul – 6.5, Devin White – 5.0, Shaquil Barrett – 4.0, Ndamukong Suh – 4.0).
Half of Suh’s sacks this season came in Week 2 against Teddy Bridgewater and the Panthers, who allowed a total of five sacks and 23 pressures.
“There were a lot of things that we didn’t do well, especially up front protecting the quarterback,” head coach Matt Rhule said this week.
The Bucs blitzed a bunch in that first matchup, and they likely will again looking to take advantage of a Panthers’ offense that’s allowed QB pressure on 33 percent of pass attempts during this current four-game losing streak.
In their six losses this season, the Panthers
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