The offense has a new look in the 2020 season, starting with quarterback and tight end . Brady and Gronkowski were a dynamic duo with the , hooking up for 78 touchdowns together in nine seasons. Bruce Arians is bringing the Brady and Gronkowski connection back together, with a bit of a twist. The " 12 personnel" package , lining up two tight ends on the field. Gronkowski and 2017 first-round draft pick O.J. Howard will earn a lot of snaps and receive plenty of targets.Per Greg Auman of The Athletic, Arians also said on a conference call with reporters said he with a third tight end on the field. The Buccaneers have the depth to make "13 personnel" effective with Gronkowski, Howard, and -- as each tight end has recorded over 500 yards in a season at least once in their careers.Going into "12 personnel" is nothing new for the Buccaneers in 2020, last season, which was the eighth-highest rate in the (per Sharp Football Stats). Buccaneers quarterbacks had a 106.3 pa ser rating in "12 personnel" last season, which was for all but four attempts. Winston had nine touchdown pa ses to four interceptions in the formation, so Arians had succe s running "12 personnel" with Howard and Brate. That base offense should be even better with Brady and Gronkowski added to the mix, even though New England only ran "12 personnel" 5% of the time in 2018 (Brady and Gronkowski's last season together in New England). Brady only completed 24 of 39 pa ses in "12 personnel" that season, but the Patriots also had as the No. 2 tight end. Howard and Brate are a ma sive upgrade there.Per Sharp, the Buccaneers in 2019, but they have the depth at tight end to run it more. This will also depend on who the No. 3 wide receiver will be for Tampa, which the apparent front runners for the job are or . The Buccaneers ran "11 personnel" (three WR) 64% of the time and didn't run a single snap in "20 personnel" (two RB, three WR) last season. With three proven tight ends on the roster, expect the Buccaneers to have a higher percentage of "12 personnel" and a lower percentage of "11 personnel," even if they get the No. 3 wide receiver situation figured out.