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Bucs fans boo offense after two straight sacks on first drive of game

Jesse Reed
Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers saw their opening drive stall thanks to a couple of sacks in a row by the Cleveland Browns Friday night.

Olivier Vernon beat offensive tackle Demar Dotson like a drum for the first sack:

Sheldon Richardson cleaned up inside one play later to make it 4th-and-26.

Fans at Raymond James Stadium were not happy at all to see their offense get dominated, and the boo birds came out early.

On the one hand, Cleveland’s defensive line is going to be something special this year. On the other hand, Tampa Bay obviously has a problem that needs to get fixed pronto, or Jameis Winston is going to have another long year.