Do you guys understand what continuity means? It doesn’t mean how talented a team is or if their OL sucks. It doesn’t mean they are repeating. It’s how much the team has stayed the same year to year. Do you guys remember the continuity article on ESPN last year that was discussed on here? We were dead last based on how many starters had left and having an entire new coaching staff.
Tampa’s continuity from 2020 to 2021 is ridiculous. They didn’t lose a head coach or coordinator from last year. They are returning all 22 starters. They didn’t really lose any key contributors. That’s the definition of ridiculous continuity in the NFL because retaining all 22 starters from a SB winning team has NEVER happened before.
I’m not a Tampa fan but I did sleep at home last night and I do understand what continuity actually means.
Post-saltiness over trading for Darnold, I'm not feeling as bad as I once was. I like the potential of him turning around with a new start here, but I'm not quite excited yet. I just need to see it on the field, and I hope all of this disappointment goes away on my end.
Fingers crossed he proves me wrong.