Coach Bruce Arians said his squad needs to do some

Washington Football Club 29-19 on the road Sunday. His team is at 6-3 after two straight losses, and he chastised it for expensive fouls and mental errors.

“It’s quite disappointing,” Arians expressed his disappointment. “Watching the excitement at every session and showing up with a lack of execution and energy that is required to win on Sunday is quite concerning. We need to conduct a lot of soul-searching.”

The Bucs allowed Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke 256 passing yards and a touchdown, with Antonio Gibson rushing for two more against the league’s best run defense. The defense allowed Washington to put together a 19-play touchdown drive, thus ending any hopes of a comeback.

All year, the Buccaneers’ Achilles’ heel has been self-inflicted wounds, mainly penalties. Arians called on the team’s leaders to hold each other accountable after an 11-penalty defeat to the New Orleans Saints two weeks ago, but the mistakes have continued. According to ESPN Stats & Information research, the Bucs also had three drops, giving them a total of 15 for the season.

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