Especially along an overwhelmed offensive line that kept starting quarterback Josh McCown under duress during all four of his offensive drives.
McCown lost a fumble and saw an overthrown pass intended for Mike Evans land in the arms of Jacksonville's Winston Guy, who took it 68 yards to the house. It was an ugly night, prompting The Tribune to call McCown "a man trying to play the piano in a buffalo stampede."
Down in Tampa, McCown will take a beating on the airwaves as Bucs fans rush to judgement after one preseason game. Happens everywhere. It wasn't a promising start, but we'd argue McCown's troubles were rooted heavily in a line that couldn't blast holes for runners or keep the enemy out of the backfield.
The Bucs have the three more weeks to patch up a front five that loomed as the worst unit we saw in all six games on Friday night.