- Todd Archer, ESPN Staff Writer
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IRVING, Texas – The Cowboys played Tampa Bay last December, but with so many changes there’s not much to gain from re-watching a 31-15 win that didn’t even seem that close.
The Cowboys have not made as many changes as the Buccaneers – new coaches, coordinators, influx of free agents and rookies – but Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman isn’t exactly pouring over that film either.
“It definitely looks different,” Freeman said. “I think the corners are playing outstanding. They’re great in man-to-man coverage. They understand their role in zone. You see them doing a lot of things that extremely talented corners in this league do. It’s going to be a great challenge. We’re excited. I’m excited to play against a remodeled, yet still extremely talented secondary.”