Published: Sat, December 30, 2017
Sports | By Toni Houston

Dirk Koetter will be retained by Buccaneers in 2018

Dirk Koetter will be retained by Buccaneers in 2018

According to the Tampa Bay Times, that led to a postgame scuffle between Baker and several of his teammates, including quarterback Jameis Winston.

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

The Buccaneers won't be giving the quick hook to a second consecutive head coach after only two seasons. After going 6-10 in 2015, Tampa Bay improved to 9-7 in 2016 and had high expectations heading into 2017. The Buccaneers are 4-11 entering Sunday's finale against the New Orleans Saints. While the Panthers allowed multiple big plays to the Buccaneers, Carolina's defense held Tampa Bay to a handful of field goal opportunities.

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That doesn't mean Koetter won't have potential hurdles to clear in 2018, including an ongoing National Football League investigation into Winston's alleged sexual misconduct and potential impending divorces with high-profile offensive stars DeSean Jackson and Doug Martin. Koetter has been there since year one with Winston and should have an opportunity at a third season. Winston missed three games because of a shoulder injury.

It's an annual tradition to be swamped by rumors of Jon Gruden's potential imminent return to coaching, but those stories seem to have a lot more to them this time around. Though turnovers are still an issue for Winston, he has completed a higher rate of passes for a higher average per completion this season.

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