Leaving Brady out of the equation, the Bucs have consistently struggled to score points this season. They have played six Bottom 10 defenses so far this year, and in those games, Tampa has scored a full touchdown (7 points) less than what those weak defenses have allowed against everyone else. Most teams inflate their offensive totals against bottom feeder defenses, but the Bucs haven't even scored much against those teams. Come playoff time, DAL currently ranks 3rd in points allowed and 4th in scoring, while PHI ranks 7th in points allowed and 2nd in scoring. Even for this upcoming game, the Niners rank first in fewest points allowed. If Tampa scored a TD less than what SF / DAL / PHI allows per game, the Bucs would only score in the 9- to 12-point range. Maybe the Bucs can start clicking offensively, but they will need to do that in the post season if they are to make a run. If guys get healthy, things start clicking, and folks start playing better, it's not a crazy notion to think they could start being a lot more productive on offense. They just haven't shown that at all this year so far. The 2020 SB winning team scored 30 points 12 times and had only 2 games with 20 or fewer points. The 2022 squad has scored 30 points just once and has scored 20 or fewer points 8 times.