Dirk Koetter’s offensive scheme seems to becoming a little more in focus, at least the tight end position is. Koetter is splitting the tight ends out wide and that is something us Bucs fans haven't seen very often. Austin Seferian-Jenkins stood out, running precise out routes and catching everything thrown his way. Brandon Myers and Luke Stocker seem to be excelling as well. Koetter's system appears to be finding soft spots in the Bucs defense (shocking huh?).
Winston looked sharp in fitting balls into tight windows. Picking apart the linebackers with relative ease, while also looking off the safeties.Winston threw a few ducks (see what I did there) but really impressed with some well thrown balls over the middle splitting the defenders. Winston looked comfortable throwing to Vincent Jackson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins, as well as Adam Humphries who, with his play is making a case to make this roster.I know its early but it does seem like Koetters offensive expertise is starting to show. This is great news for the fans and better news for the person who's job it is to fire the cannons from the pirate ship.