PK TV: Bucs 20, Titans 6

TAMPA, Fla. -- So the quarterback who's the reason for hope had no chance in the Titans' 20-6 loss here at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs sacked Will Levis four times and hit him nine more. That's 23 hits in the last two games.

He's rugged, but that's a lot. I don't like to question effort, but this felt like a lifeless team to me from PK TVpress-box level. I'll certainly agree with Mike Vrabel that execution was poor.

It's hard to understand, kind of, until you remind yourself of the talent. They just don't have a lot.

The plug-and-play magic we saw from Vrabel in the first three years is gone. We wanted to see Dillon Radunz and we watched him kill a drive with false starts on consecutive snaps.

Things were just a mess.

The Bucs don't have a lot of talent, but we saw their best guy be the best guy on the field. Mike Evans caught six passes for 143 yards and a score where he dragged Kristian Fulton and Azeez Al-Shaair into the end zone.

Many of you came to vent about this one at the private Facebook page or on YouTube below. Fittingly some machines nearby were beeping as if something was on life-support. Give it a rewatch.

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