Could Bucs lose Todd Bowles after just one season?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense has shown some improvements so far this season, but the might be losing the mastermind of their new-and-improved scheme sooner than later.
Todd Bowles, who spent four seasons as the head coach of the New York Jets before joining his old friend Bruce Arians in Tampa Bay, is already a popular candidate for potential head-coaching vacancies this coming offseason.
ESPN's Ed Werder already mentioned Bowles' name in connection with the Washington Redskins' vacancy, a job recently opened up by the firing of Jay Gruden.
Bowles won 10 games in his first season with the Jets, but was eventually fired after managing just a 14-34 record over the next three seasons. Prior to that job, Bowles served as Arians' defensive coordinator for two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.
While Tampa Bay's secondary has struggled so far this season, Bowles has presided over huge improvements in the team's rushing defense, ranking them No. 1 in the league over the first five weeks of the season.
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