Tampa Bay Buccaneers sticking with Dirk Koetter in 2018

Esther Moore
December 30, 2017

Koetter was notified of the decision just two days before the Bucs play their season finale against the New Orleans Saints at Raymond James Stadium.

Despite a disappointing season, Tampa Bay Head Coach Dirk Koetter will return as Bucs head coach next season.

Ownership has informed Koetter that he will return to coach the team in 2018, according to the Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud. That, along with quarterback Jameis Winston still not playing as well as a team would hope a No. 1 overall draft pick to play, would be reason to think Koetter would be on the hot seat. Due to that injur, y his passing yards and touchdown totals have fallen, but so has his interception percentage.

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The Irons will no doubt be furious as they were denied two points while the Cherries gained a valuable point from the game. We talked about our game plan and what we wanted to do and that was certainly the furthest thing from our minds.

Tampa Bay hired Koetter to further develop then-sophomore Jameis Winston, who was the No. 1 pick in the 2015 National Football League draft.

Jackson is under criminal investigation for a one-car accident on Christmas Eve, when an abandoned automobile registered in Jackson's name was found by authorities to have marijuana and two hollow-point bullets inside. Heading into 2017, some were predicting the Buccaneers to have a breakout season and reach the playoffs for the first time since 2007. The Bucs have some young playmakers we'd expect to be featured more next season, including wideout Chris Godwin, tight end O.J. Howard and running back Peyton Barber.

Koetter was the Buccaneers' offensive coordinator in 2015.

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