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Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 5 Most Intriguing Players of 2014

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 5 Most Intriguing Players Of 2014

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The 2013 season was nothing short of disastrous for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as they went 4-12 and fired their head coach, Greg Schiano. New head coach Lovie Smith and Bucs fans alike have a reason to be excited with the new regime in place as well as some explosive talent. Here are their five most intriguing players of 2014.

Timothy Downs is a fantasy sports writer for RantSports.com. You can follow him on Twitter @Tidow1212.

5. Mike Glennon

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5. Mike Glennon

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Although Smith seems to have deemed Josh McCown his guy at quarterback, poor performance could change that in a jiffy. We very well may see Mike Glennon in by mid-season after a serviceable 2013 campaign.

4. Austin Seferian-Jenkins

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4. Austin Seferian-Jenkins

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The Bucs took 2013 John Mackey award-winning tight-end Austin Seferian-Jenkins out of Washington with their second-round pick. Seferian-Jenkins showed dominance at times in college and gives the Bucs a dynamic they have been without in recent years.

3. Mike Evans

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3. Mike Evans

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Tampa Bay used their first-round selection wisely while looking to boost their offense with Mike Evans out of Texas A&M. With Vincent Jackson on one side and Evans the other, the combination could turn into one of the top receiving duos in the NFL.

2. Doug Martin

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2. Doug Martin

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There is no doubt Doug Martin is one of the best running backs in the NFL when healthy, which he was not in 2013. Martin looks to make it back to form in a new offense in 2014, which could prove to be a challenge.

1. Josh McCown

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1. Josh McCown

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Josh McCown filled in admirably in Chicago for an injured Jay Cutler, and the veteran parlayed his performance of 2013 into a chance to be Tampa Bay's full-time quarterback under former coach Lovie Smith for the 2014 season. He has the necessary offensive talent around him to be successful if he can stay healthy.