In a recent interview with Scott Smith, Gronkowski asserted his belief that the Bucs can be even better on offense in 2021. He feels that with the players they’re bringing back combined with an extra training camp, they can pick up “right where we left off.”
“I definitely do think we can be better on the offensive side of the ball,” Gronkowski said. “With so many players coming back, another offseason under our belt, another training camp under our belt, we can definitely continue where we left off.”
The Buccaneers were the No. 7 offense in the league this past year. They were top 10 in just about every passing category. There’s certainly room for the Buccaneers to improve in at least a couple of areas next season.
Rob Gronkowski on the Bucs' 2021 offense: "I definitely do think we can be better on the offensive side of the ball. With so many players coming back, another offseason under our belt, another training camp under our belt, we can definitely continue where we left off."
— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) March 22, 2021
The Buccaneers got their offseason off to a great start, bringing back Rob Gronkowski and Chris Godwin for the offense, while reworking Tom Brady’s deal to give them added flexibility.
With the exceptions of Antonio Brown and Leonard Fournette, just about everyone who contributed in 2020 is back in 2021.
There are a lot of teams that seem poised to win back-to-back Super Bowls that can’t get it done. But between Tampa’s offense and defense, they might actually pull it off.
Will the Buccaneers offense be even better in 2021?