Either way, big changes need to be made in the Sunshine State, and this offseason could be the start of it.
Delving into the film that showns Nick Bosa as a serious Defensive Player of the Year candidate as well as a Rookie of the Year frontrunner.
A career that has no shortage of critical moments and pivotal decisions, not much is as important to an NFL player as entering his contract year. For most, it's a key time to prove to any interested franchise, including their own, they are worth paying big bucks for. For others, it's last chance saloon to prove to their current employers they are just good enough to be retained.
It is clear that the Tampa front office want to wait and see. Other QB's such as Dak Prescott may sign long-term contracts before Winston, but the extra time to examine Winston may prove valuable in the long run. Bruce Arians has the ability to strengthen Winston's game and I am excited to see what is next for one of the most interesting players in the past decade.
New Orleans Saints dominated the NFC South in the 2018/19 NFL season. The Panthers, Buccaneers and Falcons still have reason for optimism in 2019/20.
Once again the head coach merry-go round has been and gone. Whilst we are waiting on a couple of confirmed hirings (Miami Dolphins' and Cincinnati Bengals' expected hires of Brian Flores and Zac Taylor cannot be finalised until after the coaches have finished competing in the Super Bowl), we can start assessing the quality of these appointments.