Heading into the season, Tampa Bay appeared a team capable of challenging for a playoff berth, having gone 7-9 in 2012 under first-year coach Greg Schiano and sporting a defense particularly stout against the run. But 2013 has been a disaster. The Bucs have had a quarterback controversy (replacing and then cutting Josh Freeman to elevate rookie Mike Glennon) and have lost four games by eight points or less in starting 0-7. Now the big question is whether Schiano will survive. The Bucs are especially bad on offense, ranking 31st overall at 297.7 yards per game and will play Sunday without leading rusher Doug Martin and receiver Mike Williams.