TAMPA, Fla, (AP) — Coach Raheem Morris sees a bright future for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and believes he should be a part of it.
Morris’ job could be in jeopardy as Tampa Bay (4-11), one year after going 10-6, will try to stop a nine-game skid in Sunday’s regular-season finale at Atlanta.
Tampa Bay has turned over the ball 36 times and allowed 449 points this season. What has been most frustrating for Morris has been a recent stretch of one-sided losses.
Yet this year’s struggles have not dampened Morris’ view on the Bucs’ youth movement.
Source: Associated Press