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Buccaneers vs. Cowboys: 5 players to watch

The Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will kick off their campaign in the 2022 NFL season at AT&T Stadium. Here are five players to watch.

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The Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers will kick off their campaign in the 2022 NFL season at AT&T Stadium. Here are five players to watch.
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For the second consecutive season, the Dallas Cowboys will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 1. Last year, it was the opening game of the campaign and the Bucs showed their dominance at Raymond James Stadium.

Now, the Cowboys will be looking for things to be different at AT&T Stadium during the first edition of Sunday Night Football of the 2022 season.

Here are five players to watch from Buccaneers vs. Cowboys.

Tom Brady

After being retired for 40 days, Tom Brady could not leave the field and returned to the NFL to play his 23rd season at 45 years of age. He faces a series of challenges that could make it the most complicated of his career. With that in mind TB12 will be one of the five players to watch.

Micah Parsons

Parsons has all the makings of a perennial DPoY award contender and recently stated that he admires Brady’s mindset, which he compared to that of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. During his first matchup against the Bucs, the Penn State alum was able to generate three tackles but failed to sack Brady.

Julius Jones

Julio Jones arrived in Tampa Bay as a free agent after an injury-plagued year with the Tennessee Titans. At the moment, the former Atlanta Falcons player is the fourth WR in the depth chart of the Bucs behind Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and Russell Gage. Because of that, he’ll get marked by lesser-known players and could take advantage of matchups during the Cowboys matchup.

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Trevon Diggs

During Cowboys training camp, Trevon Diggs was flashed by players on the practice squad during deep drive drills and the CB deleted his Twitter account to stop reading the criticism that broke out online. In Week 1, the leader in interceptions in 2021 will have a difficult game because the Bucs’ WR corps is one of the most complete in the entire NFL.

Robert Hainsey

The offensive line has been one of the biggest topics during the Bucs’ offseason due to the retirement of Ali Marpet, the departure of Alex Carras and the injury of center Ryan Jensen. Due to the importance of the relationship between a QB and his C, the performance of Robert Hainsey, in his first game as a starter in the NFL, will be the subject of analysis.

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