Ricardo Cuomo is a student at the University of South Florida, currently majoring in Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast News. He was born in Caracas, Venezuela but currently resides in Tampa, Florida, United States. He has previously worked as a correspondent for USF Oracle, USF's student-run newspaper.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dropped their Week 12 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts 27-20, bringing their record to 4-7 and certainly not helping their quest to take first place in the NFC South. What does this mean for the team going into the last stretch of the season?
Coming off a Week 11 loss against the San Francisco 49ers, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers now find themselves sitting in third place in the NFC South with a 4-6 record, tied with the Atlanta Falcons and just one game behind the first-place New Orleans Saints. What must they do in order to come out on top in a tight race for first place in the NFC South?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the midst of a 2023 season in which they have racked up a 3-3 record and find themselves in a tight race with the Atlanta Falcons to see who will win the NFC South division. However, this is a team that has not proven to be ready to face off against the league's top sides and must make a decision on whether to buy or sell on the upcoming October 31 trade deadline.