The 2012 season was an up and down campaign for the Buccaneers. After recording an awful 4-12 mark in 2011, the team was at least able to turn things around somewhat under first-year head coach Greg Schiano, finishing with a 7-9 record. Though the Bucs did look better overall, another late-season swoon, which included five straight losses between Weeks 12 and 16, was a concern on multiple levels. To that end, the Bucs made some major moves in the offseason, especially on defense, that could pay big dividends in 2013 and beyond.
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