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Dy-nasty D

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: February 10, 2013, 12:27:44 PM

I'm not saying we would or should, but if you had to go ALL offense or ALL defense in this draft, "fixing" one side of the team, which path gets the Bucs closer to being a contender?

For example:
1st - OT
2nd - TE
3rd - WR
4th - RB
4th - C
 
or:
1st - CB
2nd - NT
3rd - FS
4th - SLB
4th - CB

Everyone thinks we'll go Defense heavy in the draft, but if you look at the age of the team, the vets are mostly on the O and the D has most of the youth. The FO might be thinking that we should balance the team by trying to sign veteran FAs on D and draft ing heavier on O.

Thoughts?

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#1 : February 10, 2013, 12:31:35 PM

I would say all/heavy defense draft would be better for us but that is as of now. However I think we get two quality CBs in FA (any combo of DCR, Grimes, Arrington,Cox, Cason)  and if that is the case then I wouldn't mind an O heavy draft at all.

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#2 : February 10, 2013, 12:57:31 PM

this year its the defensive strategy. if you cant stop the weak ass eagles and rams you arent going anywhere near a superbowl

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#3 : February 10, 2013, 01:01:29 PM

Defensively heavy draft no doubt. With the team we have on offense, it is a lot easier to get bigger improvement out of our defense.

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