The popular choice seems to be Louis Murphy, but it's going to be a battle worth monitoring in training camp. Rookie fifth-round pick Kenny Bell will make a major push for the job, and there's a good chance he will surprise quite a few people. Regardless, both Murphy and Bell have the potential to give rookie QB Jameis Winston a reliable third target.
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Is a sophomore slump for Mike Evans even possible?
Evans is no longer going to take opponents by surprise. The seventh overall pick in the 2014 draft burst on the scene with 1,051 yards and 12 scores. He proved he has the potential to be one of the best wide receivers in the NFL even while the Bucs were struggling at quarterback. Don't bet on Evans getting anything but better as the QB position stabilizes with No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston.
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Can the defense turn things around?
A year ago, the Bucs ranked 25th in the NFL in both yards allowed (5,903) and points per game allowed (25.6). Essentially, the defense will be make-or-break for Tampa in 2015. While the Bucs wait for the offense to jell around a rookie quarterback, the defense is going to need to take it to another level. Linebacker Lavonte David (54) and defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (93) are going to be the two leaders again, and the unit has plenty of talent, so there's no reason to believe things can't change.
Doug Martin or Charles Sims?
This has been the question ever since the Bucs decided to keep Martin (22) in the offseason. Coordinator Dirk Koetter is apparently a fan of his, which could mean Martin will be the starter. That said, the team didn't pick up up his fifth-year option, so Sims (34) looks like the future at running back. Does the future begin in 2015, or will we see another season of Martin leading the way? A third straight season of no Bucs running back topping 600 yards won't cut it.
Will the Buccaneers roll with Jameis Winston no matter what?
When you spend the No. 1 pick in the NFL Draft on a quarterback, you're essentially betting your future on that player.The question is, will the Bucs stick with Jameis Winston regardless of his learning curve? Though they have a quarterback in Mike Glennon who has yet to show his full potential, it seems the team is ready to simply let him move to a backup role and shift things fully to Winston. But will that sentiment stand even if Winston kicks off the season with a run of mediocre play?