All it took was one offseason of practices for All-Pro defensive tackle Gerald McCoy to become convinced that QB Josh McCown is going to take the NFL by surprise in 2014.
"I don't know how much people really know how good Josh McCown is," McCoy said Thursday morning, via the Tampa Bay Times. "I think a lot of people are about to see how good he really is."
McCown has a chance to work his way into the QB2/QBBC ranks, assuming his fine play carries over from Chicago. He'll have Vincent Jackson and rookie Mike Evans to throw to, though the Buccaneers are expected to be somewhat run-heavy under defensive-minded Lovie Smith.