The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were a surprise 10-6 team in 2010.  With a tougher schedule in 2011, the Bucs regressed to 4-12.

Raheem Morris lost his job, and he was replaced by Greg Schiano.  Schiano is responsible for one of the best turnarounds in recent college football history with the job he did at Rutgers.

Tampa Bay spent the off season upgrading at key offensive positions.  The Bucs signed Vincent Jackson and Dallas Clark to help out quarterback Josh Freeman.

The team drafted running back Doug Martin to help compliment former 1,000 yard back LeGarrette Blount.

The Buccaneers are in a tough division, but it will be interesting to see how Schiano makes the leap from college football to the NFL.

TJ Rives is a sideline reporter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Rives is impressed with the moves the Buccaneers made in the off season.  He also thinks Greg Schiano will make a smooth transition from the NCAA to the NFL.