Bucs’ projected starting lineup for Week 1 vs. Cowboys

Who is expected to start for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys?

Week 1 of the 2022 NFL regular season has finally arrived, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are set to kick off this year’s slate with a road trip to face the Dallas Cowboys.

Here’s Tampa Bay’s projected starting lineup for Sunday night’s matchup:

Projecting the Bucs’ initial 16-man practice squad

Who might the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sign to their practice squad heading into the regular season?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have completed the arduous task of trimming their active roster down from 80 players to 53, making a flurry of moves ahead of Tuesday’s deadline.

Now that they have their initial 53-man group (one that’s sure to have a few changes in the coming days, thanks to injury moves and waiver-wire action), next on Tampa Bay’s to-do list will be putting together their 16-man practice squad.

The Bucs will be hopeful that most of the young players they let go of in order to get under the roster limit will be able to clear waivers, allowing them to be signed back as practice squad members. Others, such as wide receiver Tyler Johnson or kicker Jose Borregales, seem likely to be grabbed by other teams on the waiver wire.

Taking that into consideration, here’s our best guess at which 16 players will be back at One Buc Place as members of the practice squad heading into the regular season:

Final predictions for Bucs’ initial 53-man roster

Who will make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ initial 53-man roster heading into Week 1 of the 2022 regular season?

Now that the preseason is in the rearview mirror, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will now focus on the challenging process of making their final roster cuts heading into the regular season.

Currently sitting at 80 players, the Bucs have until Tuesday’s deadline to trim their roster down to 53 players.

Here are our final predictions for what Tampa Bay’s initial 53-man roster will look like heading into Week 1:

Projecting the Bucs’ final roster cuts

Check out our predictions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ final round of cuts as they trim their roster down from 80 players to 53

The preseason is officially in the books for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but there’s still one massive task ahead before the start of the regular season.

Just like every other team in the league, the Bucs must cut their roster down from 80 players to 53 by Tuesday’s deadline.

Here’s our prediction for the list of players who won’t make the initial cut in Tampa Bay heading into Week 1:

Updated 53-man roster projections for Bucs after preseason opener

Check out the latest projections for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ initial 53-man roster following their first preseason game

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have their first preseason game of 2022 in the books, coming up just short in Saturday night’s 26-24 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Initial roster cuts begin Tuesday, when every NFL team will have to get their rosters down from 90 players to 85, with more cuts coming over the next few weeks leading up to the start of the regular season.

Now that we’ve seen many of these players get some preseason game action, here’s an updated look at how the Bucs’ initial 53-man active roster could look heading into Week 1 (assuming Ryan Jensen starts the year on injured reserve):

Bucs’ updated 53-man roster predictions heading into training camp

Who will make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ initial 53-man active roster heading into the 2022 NFL season?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently riding the most successful two-year stretch in franchise history, with back-to-back playoff appearances, their first NFC South title in more than a decade, and their second Lombardi Trophy.

After last year’s disappointing loss in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, the Bucs are hoping to make another Super Bowl run in 2022, after reloading their roster with some familiar faces and fresh talent in all three phases of the game.

What can Bucs fans expect this year’s roster to look like for Week 1?

Here’s our latest prediction for Tampa Bay’s initial 53-man active roster:

Bucs’ updated 53-man roster projections after minicamp

Who will make the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ initial 53-man active roster? Here’s our latest projection.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just wrapped up their mandatory three-day minicamp, as they prepare for the 2022 NFL season, one in which they hope to avenge last year’s early playoff exit.

Tom Brady is back for another year, and while the Bucs did lose a handful of key starters on both sides of the ball, they replacements they added in the offseason might end up improving some of those spots.

Now, the Bucs turn their attention to preparing for training camp in late-July, where they’ll continue to build on the concepts and chemistry that was sharpened during their minicamp practices, with rookies and veteran newcomers working to gel with their returning teammates.

Who will make Tampa Bay’s initial 53-man active roster heading into Week 1?

Here are our latest projections:

Bucs’ projected starting lineup after 2022 NFL draft, free agency

Here’s an updated look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ projected starting lineup for the 2022 NFL season

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are heading into the 2022 season with Super Bowl hopes once again, following Tom Brady’s decision to end his brief “retirement” after just 41 days and return for a 23rd season in the NFL.

While the Bucs weren’t able to bring back the entire starting lineup this time around, most of their core is still in tact on both sides of the ball, with a handful of veteran additions who are expected to make a significant impact.

This year’s draft class is also in line to make a bigger splash than last year’s group, with multiple rookies looking at the potential for full-time starting roles if veterans like Rob Gronkowski and Ndamukong Suh don’t return.

Now that the dust has settled from free agency and the 2022 NFL draft, here’s what the Bucs’ starting lineup could look like this season: