Tampa Bay Buccaneers Worst vs. Baltimore Ravens


Aug 16, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Michael Johnson (90) during the first quarter against the Miami Dolphins at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

When your team gets hammered 48-17 there are going to be a lot of bad performers.

Here are some of the worst performances by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after their loss to the Baltimore Ravens Sunday.

Anthony Collins, Logan Mankins, Evan Dietrich-Smith, Patrick Omameh, Demar Dotson

Yep, the entire offensive line. They were shambolic. They allowed quarterback Mike Glennon to be sacked five times and hit 15 times. They couldn’t create much running room for the teams running backs and were generally outmuscled all game long.

Crezdon Butler

It might be harsh to pick on just Butler because the Bucs’ entire pass defense was a disaster, highlighted by the fact that they gave up 306 passing yards and five touchdowns, the latter of which came inside the first 16:03 of the game. Butler had two tackles and a pass break-up as he started in place of the injured Johnthan Banks.

Michael Johnson

One of the Bucs’ biggest offseason acquisitions was basically invisible all game long again Sunday. He registered just two tackles as the Bucs struggled to get to Joe Flacco. The Bucs didn’t have a sack and had only five tackles for loss. While they were able to get some pressure at times, as a whole, the Bucs defensive line is not living up to expectations and Johnson is a big part of the overall disappointment for the Buccaneers up front.