Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 4 16
@ 5 16
vs 19 19
vs 31 23
vs 30 22
@ 20 20
@ 9 18
vs 29 21
vs 3 16
vs 18 19
BYE
- -
@ 10 19
vs 5 16
@ 13 19
vs 14 19
@ 11 19
vs 9 18
@ 30 22
Player Outlook
Until Trask finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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2022
2021

Fantasy News

  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Uneven camp thus far

    Trask was inconsistent while taking extra reps in Wednesday's practice, a day off for Tom Brady, Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The second-year signal-caller will see extensive action once again this preseason beginning with the Bucs' exhibition opener against the Dolphins on Aug. 13, a game head coach Todd Bowles has already announced Brady will not suit up for. Trask ramped up for that opportunity in Wednesday's session, and Knight notes the Florida product's performance was a true mixed bag. Trask threw a pair of end-zone interceptions and saw another would-be pick dropped, but he also completed impressive downfield throws to Vyncint Smith and Cade Otton and earned some encouraging words from his head coach. "(Trask) is doing everything he's supposed to be doing, but he's confident in where he's going, he's understanding things," Bowles said. "We're putting him in a lot of situations where he's getting some experience at, and that's all we can ask for right now."
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Likely No. 3 QB to start season

    Buccaneers quarterback coach Clyde Christensen said Tuesday that he doesn't expect Trask to compete with Blaine Gabbert for the No. 2 spot this season, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. With the return of Tom Brady, neither quarterback is expected to see the field, but it sounds like the veteran Gabbert has the primary backup spot locked down heading into training camp. There was speculation that Trask could compete with Gabbert after being selected by Tampa Bay in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, but the second-year quarterback is apparently headed for another developmental year.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Role now in flux

    Trask, who was expected to compete for the starting quarterback job in 2022 before Tom Brady's decision to unretire, still could have a chance at the No. 2 role in the coming season, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. The soon-to-be second-year pro was, by all accounts, going to get a legitimate shot at competing for the starting job in training camp, likely against trusted veteran Blaine Gabbert. Naturally, Brady's return completely nixes those plans, but it could still benefit Trask. Not only will the Florida product avoid potentially being thrust into the top job before he's ready, but Brady's presence for perhaps only one more season could create a sense of urgency to ensure Trask gets to work directly behind the future Hall of Famer as opposed to utilizing that spot on the currently unsigned Gabbert for the third consecutive campaign.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Could get shot in 2022

    Trask is an option to replace Tom Brady, who announced his retirement from the NFL on Tuesday, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports. Despite being a relatively early draft pick last spring, 64th overall, Trask was a healthy scratch each week of his rookie season. Laine notes that the Bucs drafted Trask with the thought he'd replace Brady in 2023, not 2022, but the franchise is on a new timeline after the future Hall of Famer announced his retirement Tuesday. While the Bucs figure to look at the market for veteran signal-callers, Trask should at least have the inside track for the No. 2 role entering his second season, and if things break in his favor he could even get his shot to compete for the starting job. Brady's backup from this past season, 32-year-old Blaine Gabbert, is scheduled for unrestricted free agency in the offseason.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Healthy scratch for Week 2

    Trask (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Falcons, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers official website reports. Trask isn't active for Week 2 as the Buccaneers elected to keep Blaine Gabbert as the backup behind Tom Brady. The 23-year-old showed promise in his final preseason action after a relatively rough first two games.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Excels in final preseason game

    Trask completed 12 of 14 passes for 146 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the Buccaneers' 23-16 preseason win over the Texans on Saturday night. He also netted minus-4 yards on four carries and lost two fumbles. The disparity between the ultra-efficient passing effort and the two miscues embodies the rollercoaster performance typical of a rookie quarterback. Despite Trask's undeniable struggles over the first two preseason games and his pair of turnovers, Greg Auman of The Athletic includes the rookie as the third quarterback in his 53-man roster projection, with Ryan Griffin as the odd man out and heading to the practice squad.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Ragged showing in extended action

    Trask completed 13 of 26 passes for 131 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions in the Buccaneers' 34-3 preseason loss to the Titans on Saturday night. He also rushed twice for minus-3 yards and fumbled once, but it was recovered by the offense. The rookie played the entire second half and certainly took his lumps, short-circuiting a pair of drives with interceptions at the Titans' 47-yard line and midfield. On the brighter side of things, Trask's final line was appreciably better than the 4-for-15 showing he put up in his pro debut against the Bengals last Saturday, and he certainly will benefit from the extended amount of reps he received while dropping back 26 times. The University of Florida product has already demonstrated why he's a clear long-term developmental project at this point in time, but he'll look to head into the regular season with a good showing in what will very likely be extended playing time again in next Saturday's exhibition finale versus the Texans.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Rough preseason debut

    Trask completed four of 15 passes for 35 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to the Bengals. The rookie entered the game midway through the third quarter as Tampa Bay's fourth QB of the night and did not look ready for prime time. Trask, taken in the second round of the 2021 draft, is purely a developmental project with Tom Brady locked into the starting role and veteran Blaine Gabbert in the No. 2 spot on the depth chart. The Bucs' season likely would be in a massive tailspin if the 23-year-old were to get any regular-season reps.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Soaking up knowledge with few reps

    Trask, whose reps in training camp have been fairly limited thus far because of the players in front of him, nevertheless is picking up a great deal from daily one-on-one sessions with coaches and from the other players in the quarterback room, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports. The Florida product unsurprisingly is doing a lot of listening and not much throwing at the moment, as Tom Brady, Blaine Gabbert and Ryan Griffin all are prioritized in terms of getting practice reps. Nevertheless, Trask is making the best of the situation by getting some early work in each day with quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen and also peppering his experienced position mates with plenty of questions during film study. Trask could well end up a healthy inactive most weeks this coming season, but given that Brady and Gabbert particularly may not see much action in the preseason, the rookie could get a solid allotment of live reps during the three exhibition contests.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Trask: Impressing with early reps

    Trask was quick to pick up coach Bruce Arians' offensive system during the Buccaneers' offseason program, Carmen Vitali of the team's official site reports. "Yeah, it's not easy when you're going against our defense," said Arians. "He has seen a multitude of coverages and blitzes, so I'm really impressed. Having worked with guys for the first time in this offense, he's at the top of the list as far as the learning curve and he's throwing the football really well." The rookie second-round pick thus far has made an impact on anyone who's worked with him, with Scott Smith of the team's official site reporting during OTAs that quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich had both taken note of how coachable and studious Trask was from Day 1. The Florida product is expected to have at least two seasons to operate under Tom Brady, which is about the highest caliber of apprenticeship going for a developing signal-caller. While Trask is likely to find reps at a premium during training camp with four quarterbacks present, he should see his fair share of playing time during the Bucs' three preseason games.
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