Bucs coach Dirk Koetter says whole team should be fired


Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter reacted to his team's dismal 48-10 drubbing to the Chicago Bears on Sunday by saying everyone on the field, including himself, "should be fired".

The defense allows six touchdown passes to Mitch Trubisky as the Bucs lose to the Bears, 48-10. He finished with six - after totaling seven in his entire rookie season a year ago - and carved up the Bucs in a 48-10 win at Soldier Field.

The pixie dust ran out for Fitzmagic, who went 9-of-18 passing for 126 yards with an interception. Nonetheless, Winston completed 16 of 20 passes for 145 yards with a touchdown to Cameron Brate and two INTs.

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Bucs coach Dirk Koetter reportedly told his players during a team meeting on Wednesday that he came within a play or two of replacing quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with Ryan Griffin during Monday's loss to the Steelers.According to the report from NFL. In fact, Trubisky had thrown only seven TDs in 330 pass attempts, but needed only 22 against the Bucs to find the end zone six times.

Defensive tackle Vita Vea and running back Ronald Jones, the Bucs' first two picks in the 2018 draft, will be active for a regular-season game for the first time in their National Football League careers today when Tampa Bay plays at Chicago.Vea, the Bucs' first-round pi.