Bucs left tackle Donald Penn had his worst game of the season last week against the Jaguars, according to coach Raheem Morris.
Penn doesn't disagree with that assessment.
The Bucs' Pro Bowler allowed a first half sack by Jacksonville linebacker Daryl Smith that resulted in a Josh Freeman fumble recovered for a touchdown by Jags' defensive tackle Nate Collins in a 41-14 loss.
Freeman was harrassed all day, sacked three times, pulled down by his facemask for a personal foul and hit on two other occasions. He also threw two interceptions.
"You guys said it was my worst game of the season. I'm not happy with the way I played,'' Penn said Monday. "We'll see how this week goes. I'm not happy with myself, I need to play better. I can't let up. I always talk about it. I did, I'll be the first one to stand here and tell you. I wish I could have three or four plays back. It would've helped us. But I've got to do better. I hold myself to high standards and that wasn't good enough on my part. I...