Koetter's survival likely is tied directly to the second-half improvements of Jameis Winston.
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Mere hours later, a auto registered to DeSean Jackson was involved in a single-vehicle accident. The Times writes the Glazer Family told Koetter he'd be back for the 2018 season, even though the team underachieved, going 4-11 through 15 games. In 2016, they barely missed a playoff spot with a 9-7 record.
It'll also be fascinating to see what types of changes Koetter has in store for an offense that's been predictable at times and has struggled to sustain drives and score points consistently. Many factors attributed to a dismal 2017, which saw the Bucs lose five games in a row twice this season.
Koetter was the Buccaneers' offensive coordinator in 2015.