Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars Matchup Preview 12/1/19: Analysis, Depth Charts, Daily Fantasy

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Both teams are just about out of the playoff hunt as it would take a miracle for them to show up. The (4-7) Buccaneers travel to Jacksonville on a one-game win streak. They blew past the Falcons last week in an air raid game. Jamies Winston threw for 313 yards with 3 touchdowns. Chris Godwin had the game of his life with 184 yards and 2 of those touchdowns. They will have a harder time throwing this week against the (4-7) Jaguars. After losing their last two games, they are virtually out of playoff contention. Nick Foles is back but is 0-2 since his return. He relatively has been successful despite the scoreboard. It is hard to win games when the defense gives up over 30 points in each of the last two games. They will have to find a way to take care of their problems against a Bucs’ offense that can hit a lot of big plays and runs up the score. For odds movement and full matchup history, visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars matchup page.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, December 1, 2019
Time: 1:00pm ET
Location: TIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Coverage: FOX

Injury Report

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: CB M.J. Stewart (Q), LB Anthony Nelson (Q), CB Sean Murphy-Bunting (Q), DE William Gholston (Q), CB Jamel Dean (Q), WR Scotty Miller (Q), LB Jason Pierre-Paul (Q)
Jacksonville Jaguars: S Ronnie Harrison (Q), TE Seth DeValve (Q), DE Calais Campbell (Q), LB Myles Jack (Q), LB Josh Allen (Q), C Brandon Linder (Q), DE Dawuane Smoot (Q)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Analysis

Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe Buccaneers had a good win last week against the Falcons. Jamies Winston was able to work his wonders and continue to throw down the field without any fears or qualms. His ability to just let it fly has resulted in a lot of big plays including a long touchdown pass to Chris Godwin last week. Godwin ended the day with 198 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns which stands as his biggest game of the season. With that kind of momentum, it will be hard for a struggling Jaguars’ defense to stop them.

To win this game, Winston will need to limit his turnovers. He has thrown the most interceptions in the league and even threw two more last week. The Jaguars have 8 interceptions on the season so they are fully capable of baiting Winston into more. When Winston is confident, he can create one of the best offenses in the league. The only thing holding him back is the turnovers. Chris Godwin and Chris Evans are the best one-two receivers in the league. Using them both will be very important in their ability to pull through this week.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Depth Chart

QB: Jameis Winston
RB1: Peyton Barber
RB2: Ronald Jones
WR1: Mike Evans
WR2: Chris Godwin
WR3: Breshad Perriman
TE: O.J. Howard

Jacksonville Jaguars Analysis

Jacksonville JaguarsIt has been a bit of a rough patch for the Jaguars over the past couple of weeks. A big loss to the Colts two weeks ago set them on a downhill slope that has taken their playoff chances away. The return of Nick Foles has so far been a curse for the Jags as he has yet to win a game since. He hasn’t been bad in any sense as he has thrown for just under 300 yards in each and even had two touchdowns against the Colts. The Jaguars’ problem is their defense currently. In the past two games, they have given up a combined 75 points which averages out to 37.5 per game. It is hard to win a game under those circumstances.

To beat the Buccaneers, they just need to focus on shutting down Jamies Winston. Getting him into uncomfortable situations will cause him to throw up bad balls that will land in the hands of Jaguars’ players. He has a tendency to throw a couple of interceptions per game, so it won’t be too difficult. They just can’t let up any big plays as the Falcons did to them last week. The Buc’s run game has been almost non-existent this year which is why so much lays on Winston’s performance. Keeping him contained is the key to victory.

Jacksonville Jaguars Depth Chart

QB: Nick Foles
RB1: Leonard Fournette
RB2: Ryquel Armstead
WR1: Chris Conley
WR2: D.J. Chark
WR3: Dede Westbrook
TE: Geoff Swaim

Daily Fantasy: A Winston Party

Since the departure of Jalen Ramsey from the Jaguars’ secondary, they have not been the same. Teams have scored all over them without their star player. The Buccaneers have the best set up to exploit that with Chris Godwin and Mike Evans who are both capable of having enormous games. If one is struggling the other steps up. That is why Jamies Winston is my favorite fantasy target in this game. They will most likely not be able to guard both of them. Even if Winston throws one or two interceptions, the number of times he throws the ball should cover it up.

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