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2019 Fantasy Football Projections: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

- Updated: Sunday, June 30th


In addition to viewing our 2019 Fantasy Football Projections by position, we will post our preseason projections per team.

Below you will find our 2019 fantasy football projections for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

QUARTERBACKS

PlayerAtt.Comp.YardsTDINTRushYardsTDPoints
Jameis Winston570.6362.34593.327.9618.2658.2209.52.33293.98
Starting only nine games last season, Winston set career highs in completion percentage (64.6), yards per attempt (7.9) and TD% (5.0), but he also set a career high in INT% (3.7). Winston needs to cut down on turnovers, but Tampa's passing offense should rank near the top of the league once again.
Blaine Gabbert8.7556.60.280.2712.503.09

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RUNNING BACKS

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDPoints
Ronald Jones153.9661.8529.3199.21.47124.92
Terrible may be too kind of a word to describe Jones' rookie season -- 77 yards from scrimmage, 1.9 YPC and 4.7 Y/R. Without adding any serious competition to the backfield, last year's 38th-overall pick is in position to put his 2018 season behind him. He gets a fresh start with a new coaching staff and the new staff is excited about his progress this offseason.
Peyton Barber166.8633.84.5928.31670.85112.72
Averaging just 3.7 yards per carry as the team's starter in 2018, Barber got a sizable workload -- 234 carries and 20 receptions -- and finished as fantasy's RB26 (RB31 in PPR). That volume is sure to decrease in 2019 as the workload split between Barber and Jones will be more evenly split.
Andre Ellington11.8460.2413.8118.70.6922.05
Bruce Anderson312.90.053.927.30.084.8

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WIDE RECEIVERS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
Mike Evans80.81284.78.16000177.43
Along with Randy Moss and A.J. Green, Evans is one of three NFL players to begin his career with five consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. In addition, Evans set career highs in yards (1,524), yards per reception (17.7) and yards per target (11.0) last season.
Chris Godwin68.41002.15.99000136.15
Productive when given the opportunity, Godwin is poised to take another big step forward with DeSean Jackson now back in Philadelphia. Over the past two seasons, D-Jax has missed six games and Godwin has 98-plus yards in four of those games. Coach Bruce Arians has described the 23-year-old wideout as someone who could be "close to a 100-catch guy."
Breshad Perriman21.4331.71.9300044.75
Justin Watson16.5209.61.3200028.88
Scott Miller12.81690.6400020.74
Bobo Wilson1.114.10.040001.65

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TIGHT ENDS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
O.J. Howard55860.86.6000125.68
Injury has cut each of his first two seasons short, but Howard has averaged exactly 16.6 yards per reception in both of those seasons. Extrapolating last year's production over 16 games, Howard would have posted a 54/904/8 stat line. Howard is the clear-cut next-best option after the top three in my early 2019 fantasy projections. As Jameis Winston says, the "moon" is the limit for the third-year tight end.
Cameron Brate41.1431.64.5200070.28
If Howard misses any time, Brate would be a back-end TE1 option otherwise he's little more than a TD-dependent play (like most tight ends). The good news is that Brate has 22 touchdowns and a minimum of six per season over the past three years.
Antony Auclair3.731.10.190004.25

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