TAMPA, Fla. -- There is little enjoyment in watching something decay, something split at the seams with no correction in sight.
Sunday afternoon at Raymond James Stadium came and went with the opponent changing -- this time, Chip Kelly's fast-break Philadelphia Eagles took their swing at the piata -- but the troubled Tampa Bay Buccaneers found more ways to stumble over themselves, more ways to lose.
When will this end?
The act is stale. When will the mental gaffes, the sloppy mistakes, the inability to turn back offenses when it matters most stop? When will these Bucs, who were supposed to be disciplined with head coach Greg Schiano's tight ship, be competent and play like a team with eight Pro Bowlers? When will they stop bungling this fall with embarrassing headlines on and off the field?
When will they win again?
Frankly, it's hard to find any spot on the schedule to come. These bruised Bucs fell to 0-5 with a 31-20 loss to the Eagles. They committed eight penalties for 72 y...