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    For the second consecutive year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were some of the biggest spenders during the offseason. Despite dishing out more than $140 million for free agents Vincent Jackson, Carl Nicks and Eric Wright prior to last season, Bucs owner Malcolm Glazer was not shy about opening the checkbooks once again. The Bucs spent a little more than $137 million between free agent safety Dashon Goldson and cornerback Darrelle Revis. Bringing Revis to Tampa also cost the team their 1stround draft pick, No. 13 overall in the 2013 NFL Draft. Whether these moves end up paying off will go a long way in determining if the Bucs make the leap to playoff contender, or continue to toil as a mediocre team. Bucs opponents this season sported a .500 winning percentage last year, good for the 17th ranked strength of schedule in the NFL.

    Two years removed from assembling the “Dream Team,” the Eagles are now squarely in rebuilding mode. With a new head coach and a quarterback carousel, it is tough to know what to expect in this matchup. The Eagles still have dangerous weapons in LeSean McCoy, DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin but who will be throwing them the pigskin? Michael Vick is another dangerous weapon but seems to misfire more often than not. The other quarterbacks on the roster are young (Nick Foles), inexperienced (Dennis Dixon) or both (Matt Barkley). The Buccaneers are also at home and coming off a bye week, so they should be ready for whoever the Eagles throw at them.

    In their second matchup of the year with Atlanta I expect the Bucs to show they belong in the conversation with the Falcons. With Darrelle Revis likely matched up with Julio Jones, the Bucs will need the combination of Jonathan Banks and Eric Wright to contain the Falcons other big-time wideout, Roddy White. The Bucs took Banks with the 43rd overall selection of the 2013 NFL Draft, and the 6-foot-2 cornerback he has a better shot at matching up with White. I think Banks will show he is up to the task and the Bucs will officially enter the playoff conversation with a big win over their rivals from Atlanta.

    The Buccaneers and Lions have traveled down a very similar path the last few seasons. In 2010, coming off a putrid 3-13 season, the Bucs shocked everyone, winning 10 games and narrowly missing the playoffs after losing a tiebreaker to the Green Bay Packers, who went on to win the Super Bowl. The following year, the team regressed, ending the season on a 10 game losing streak to finish 4-12. The Lions meanwhile, have started the same trend, just a year later. In 2011, coming off a 6-10 season, the Lions went 10-6, surprising many in the process. Then, last year the Lions reverted back to their old ways, losing their last eight games to finish 4-12. Here is a table to recap.

    Lions (2010-2012)Buccaneers (2009-2011)2010: 6-102009: 3-132011: 10-62010: 10-62012: 4-12 (lost last 8 games)2011: 4-12 (lost last 10 games)

    If the trend is to continue, the Lions will have a mediocre year in which they finish 7-9, while the Bucs will blaze a new path, one that the Lions will eventually follow. Regardless, I think the Bucs win this game on the broad shoulders of the Muscle Hamster, Doug Martin.



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