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: January 04, 2007, 02:51:22 PM

As I was searching for an updated Mock draft to see if people are still projecting Brady Quinn in the top spot I ran accros this site:

http://www.draftclass.com/team-needs/part2.php

This is what it has listed for our Bucs:

"Outside Linebacker - Derrick Brooks is finally showing signs of slowing down, and Tampa has no other quality outside linebackers to speak of.

Defensive End - Simeon Rice appears to be done, and losing his pass rush crippled the Bucs' defense in 2006. Finding a speed rusher is a pressing need.

Defensive Tackle - Chris Hovan is fairly solid, but would be more effective if paired with an athletic rusher on the inside.

Quarterback - Bruce Gradkowski as the long-term answer? That has to scare Bucs fans. The team needs to spend a first-day pick to bring in another QB to compete.

Cornerback - Ronde Barber is wearing down, and all the other Bucs corners are highly questionable.

Offensive Tackle - Depth is seriously needed at both tackle positions.

Middle Linebacker - Shelton Quarles is in his mid-30's, and Barret Ruud doesn't have any special athletic ability.

Interior Offensive Line - Likewise, depth is seriously needed at guard. John Wade isn't getting any younger at center either.

Wide Receiver - Joey Galloway is aging and it's unclear if Michael Clayton will develop."



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#1 : January 04, 2007, 03:04:57 PM

what did you say? Sorry, your sig distracted me.

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#2 : January 04, 2007, 03:05:51 PM

Not bad in the most part. The points about MLB and Interior Line are totally wrong. As for QB, they've obviously forgotten about Chris Simms, but even with accounted for, you could make a legitimate case for drafting a QB on day 1.

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#3 : January 04, 2007, 03:09:20 PM

Basically our "needs" are every position but RB when you look at and he misses out on TE which it would not kill us to draft.

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#4 : January 04, 2007, 03:12:07 PM

Basically our "needs" are every position but RB when you look at and he misses out on TE which it would not kill us to draft.
We are drafting Doug Jolley in the 6th  ;)


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#5 : January 04, 2007, 05:06:23 PM

Comment on our MLB situation with Ruud but not our safety positions?! Tsk tsk....



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#6 : January 04, 2007, 05:48:21 PM

As I was searching for an updated Mock draft to see if people are still projecting Brady Quinn in the top spot I ran accros this site:

http://www.draftclass.com/team-needs/part2.php

This is what it has listed for our Bucs:

"Outside Linebacker - Derrick Brooks is finally showing signs of slowing down, and Tampa has no other quality outside linebackers to speak of.

Defensive End - Simeon Rice appears to be done, and losing his pass rush crippled the Bucs' defense in 2006. Finding a speed rusher is a pressing need.

Defensive Tackle - Chris Hovan is fairly solid, but would be more effective if paired with an athletic rusher on the inside.

Quarterback - Bruce Gradkowski as the long-term answer? That has to scare Bucs fans. The team needs to spend a first-day pick to bring in another QB to compete.

Cornerback - Ronde Barber is wearing down, and all the other Bucs corners are highly questionable.

Offensive Tackle - Depth is seriously needed at both tackle positions.

Middle Linebacker - Shelton Quarles is in his mid-30's, and Barret Ruud doesn't have any special athletic ability.

Interior Offensive Line - Likewise, depth is seriously needed at guard. John Wade isn't getting any younger at center either.

Wide Receiver - Joey Galloway is aging and it's unclear if Michael Clayton will develop."

So...he mentioned every position on the damn team except for TE, RB, OT and S.  OT and S being two of our biggest needs.

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#7 : January 04, 2007, 05:50:46 PM

How the........ did he leave out SAFETY and OFFENSIVE TACKLE??


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#8 : January 04, 2007, 06:02:59 PM

The Bucs can basically draft any spot, because they need everything except RB and TE.

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