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#15 : October 30, 2008, 06:59:07 PM

The reason some feel the need for an offensive tackle is that there currently isnt any depth behind the starters not to mention after the 2010 season both Trueblood and Peen will be free agents, not sure you want to go into the off season after 2010 with no plan in place. With as a deep a class at the tackle spot this could be why not draft a player that could push the starters?


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#16 : October 30, 2008, 07:01:52 PM

Look at who this mock draft has picking 32:

http://www.draft32.com/viewpage.php?page_id=140
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#17 : October 30, 2008, 07:03:10 PM

Right position but if both Maclin and Harvin are on the board at 32 and the Bucs take Robiske over them talk about back lash.

If the season were to end today the Bucs would be picking 24

PICK      TEAM                       PCT   SoS
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Pick:  1  Detroit Lions             .000  .556
Pick:  2  Cincinnati Bengals        .000  .579
Pick:  3  Kansas City Chiefs        .143  .517
Pick:  4  San Francisco 49ers       .250  .504
Pick:  5  Oakland Raiders           .286  .504
Pick:  6  St. Louis Rams            .286  .534
Pick:  7  Seattle Seahawks          .286  .538
Pick:  8  San Diego Chargers        .375  .504
Pick:  9  Houston Texans            .429  .478
Pick: 10  Miami Dolphins            .429  .482
Pick: 11  Indianapolis Colts        .429  .500
Pick: 12  Jacksonville Jaguars      .429  .513
Pick: 13  Minnesota Vikings         .429  .530
Pick: 14  Cleveland Browns          .429  .552
Pick: 15  New Orleans Saints        .500  .496
Pick: 16  New York Jets             .571  .461
Pick: 17  Denver Broncos            .571  .462
Pick: 18  Chicago Bears             .571  .478
Pick: 19  Atlanta Falcons           .571  .479
Pick: 20  Green Bay Packers         .571  .483
Pick: 21  Baltimore Ravens          .571  .500
Pick: 22  Arizona Cardinals         .571  .504
Pick: 23  Philadelphia Eagles       .571  .542
Pick: 24  Tampa Bay Buccaneers      .625  .475
Pick: 25  Dallas Cowboys            .625  .538  [Traded to Detroit]
Pick: 26  Buffalo Bills             .714  .439
Pick: 27  New England Patriots      .714  .456
Pick: 28  Pittsburgh Steelers       .714  .504
Pick: 29  Washington Redskins       .750  .479
Pick: 30  Carolina Panthers         .750  .487  [Traded to Philadelphia]  


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#18 : October 30, 2008, 07:06:10 PM

I was too busy marvelling at the fact that someone else thinks we'll win the Super Bowl to actually look at the picks ahead of us. Can't support a FO that passed on Maclin and Harvin.

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#19 : October 30, 2008, 07:22:07 PM

Going based simply off of picking 24 here is how i got the bucs picking

1. Jeremy Maclin WR
2. Vance Walker DT
3. Jason Smith OT
4. Joe Burnett CB
5. Devin Moore RB
6. Marko Mitchell WR
6. Brandon Tate WR
7. Ian Campbell DE
7. Rashard Langford S


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#20 : October 30, 2008, 07:37:00 PM

Are we going to become the next Detroit Lions picking WRs, we have plenty WRs already.

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#21 : October 30, 2008, 07:37:52 PM

We have quantity, not quality.

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#22 : October 30, 2008, 07:40:12 PM

Considering two of those receivers are free agents. two are battling injuries, one hasnt shown anything in three seasons and one is scared to get hit I would say drafting one high and taking a chance on two productive receivers late is no where near the Lions


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#23 : October 30, 2008, 07:45:17 PM

Tate would be a steal in the 6th, IMO.


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#24 : October 30, 2008, 07:46:40 PM

Biggs - with his knee injury think he might slip to the 5th or 6th round


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#25 : October 30, 2008, 07:48:36 PM

That would be nice.


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#26 : October 30, 2008, 10:10:57 PM

I would love to be able to get Greg Hardy.

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#27 : October 31, 2008, 09:00:09 AM

How does Tebow project at the next level? Not saying I want him in Tampa or anything but I just don't see him being a successful QB unless a team creates an Option-based offense around him. Also, its not like he's got the right style of running to play RB either. So where would he play? 

\"We are frustrated at not making the playoffs. It is a good start. That is all it is. It is a good start for something that we are going to be in the future. - Josh Freeman

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#28 : October 31, 2008, 09:39:43 AM

A lot of people call this team boring; if we drafted him we will get a lot of national media attention. I believe he said he is going to stay one more year, this year he has worked more on being a passer than a runner so that should help on his development. I can see he being successful in the NFL this guy can make plays specially with a good OL in front of him (he's done it with a below avg OL in college) plus he is built to be a runner unlike Garcia, Vick, etc. this kid can take on NFL CB and some S head on. Right now if he was there and all good WR are gone I'll pick him in the late 1st. I can see him be a McNabb like QB.

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#29 : October 31, 2008, 09:50:21 AM

Going based simply off of picking 24 here is how i got the bucs picking

1. Jeremy Maclin WR
2. Vance Walker DT
3. Jason Smith OT
4. Joe Burnett CB
5. Devin Moore RB
6. Marko Mitchell WR
6. Brandon Tate WR
7. Ian Campbell DE
7. Rashard Langford S

Quite optimistic there Yuc.  Maclin is considered a top tier WR (as of right now), he'll never make it to 24.  That being said, as long as Cap't FG remains our QB, an 8-8/9-7 record is very realistic and picking in the 15-20 range is possible and Maclin may go around there, so there is a chance that Maclin would be available for the Bucs.  Personally, I'm pulling for Bey.
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