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January 20, 2014 @ 12:01 am
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PewterReport.com's 2014 Bucs 7-Round Mock Draft

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Live from Mobile, Ala., PewterReport.com unleashes its first Bucs 7-Round Mock Draft of 2014, which features four performers in the Reese's Senior Bowl. Tampa Bay will use its first-round pick on Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr.
With a disappointing 2013 season in the review mirror for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have hired Lovie Smith to replace head coach Greg Schiano, it’s time to look ahead to the 2014 campaign. On the eve of the beginning of Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Ala., PewterReport.com offers up its first 2014 Bucs 7-Round Mock Draft, which features three new playmakers for Tampa Bay’s offense and two defensive linemen.

ROUND 1 – Fresno State QB Derek Carr – 6-3, 215
The new Bucs regime doesn’t know what it has in Mike Glennon, who started 13 games last year and set several rookie records. New Bucs head coach Lovie Smith has said he wants an athlete at every position and Glennon lacks the mobility to escape pressure and struggles throwing on the run to his left. The Bucs have two choices. The first is to give 2014 to see what Glennon can do in offensive coordinator Jeff Tedford’s system and sign a veteran like Josh McCown for veteran competition and then draft a quarterback in 2015 if Glennon isn’t deemed to be the QB of the future.

However, if the Bucs go 8-8 in 2014 based on the strength of their defense and still want to draft a quarterback to replace Glennon, the elite QBs will be gone by the time the Bucs select around No. 20 in 2015. That brings us to the second scenario, which is to take advantage of picking in the top 10 in 2014 and using the seventh overall pick to select a quarterback to challenge Glennon immediately. With Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Central Florida’s Blake Bortles likely going in the top five as Houston (first overall pick), Jacksonville (third overall pick), Cleveland (fourth overall pick) and Oakland (fifth overall pick) all need quarterbacks, the quarterback Tampa Bay would select would be Carr for a couple of reasons.

The first is familiarity as Tedford coached Carr’s brother, David, at Fresno State. Tedford has followed Carr’s career from a far because of that familiarity and because Tedford is a former Fresno State quarterback and keeps tabs on his alma mater. Carr broke virtually every Bulldogs record set by Tedford, Trent Dilfer and his brother, David, passing for 5,082 yards, which was 420 more yards than any other quarterback at the FBS level last year.

The second reason is that Carr has the football I.Q., strong arm, quick release and ability to be productive in a complex, quarterback-driven offense like Tedford’s. Carr was the nation’s most prolific passer, averaging 390.9 yards per game, and will quarterback the South team in the Reese’s Senior Bowl game. Carr was responsible for more points (314) than any other college football player in 2013, including Northern Illinois QB Jordan Lynch (288), Baylor’s Bryce Petty (278) and Manziel (276).

The final reason is that Carr brings the mobility to Tampa Bay’s offense that Glennon lacks. While no one will confuse Carr with San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick, Carr has the ability to elude the pass rush, extend plays and pick up first downs with his legs when possible, much like another Tedford protégé, Aaron Rodgers.

Carr, who has great leadership qualities and displays maturity given the fact that he is married and has a son, is viewed as a top 15 pick by many draft prognosticators. Look for his stock to rise into the top 10 with a good week’s worth of work in Mobile, Ala. in front of NFL talent evaluators.

ROUND 2 – Pittsburgh DT Aaron Donald – 6-0, 285
Buccaneers fans would love to see the team draft a wide receiver, a guard or a defensive end in the second round. Yet with Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams as the Bucs’ top pass catchers, the team can afford to wait until later to draft a No. 3 receiver.

Smith doesn’t have a history of drafting of using premium picks on guards and many not place a high value on the position. Tampa Bay could sign Pro Bowl center Alex Mack, who played for Tedford at Cal, from Cleveland where he played for new offensive line coach George Warhop. Doing so would allow the Bucs to move Jeremy Zuttah back to left guard if Carl Nicks does not return from a MRSA-infected toe.

As for the defensive end position, it would be surprising if the Bucs didn’t sign a veteran in free agency like the Vikings’ Jared Allen, who was coached by new Tampa Bay defensive end Leslie Frazier when he was in Minnesota, Carolina’s Greg Hardy or Cincinnati’s Michael Johnson. The Bucs already have a promising young defensive end in Will Gholston to continue to develop, along with Adrian Clayborn and Da’Quan Bowers, who are entering their fourth year in the league in 2014.

In the second round, the Bucs draft Donald, arguably the most dominant defensive lineman in college football in 2013. Smith has a history of drafting defensive linemen in the second round back in Chicago, including defensive tackle Stephen Paea (2011), defensive end Daniel Bazuin (2007) and defensive tackle Tank Johnson (2004). Donald, an All-American and the winner of the Bronko Nagurski Award, recorded 29.5 sacks and an amazing 66 tackles for loss at Pittsburgh and would be a great fit in the Bucs’ one-gap scheme due to his ability to penetrate.

While Donald played the three technique tackle for the Panthers, the 6-foot, 285-pounder can help the Bucs – even though Tampa Bay has a two-time Pro Bowler in Gerald McCoy. The cat-quick Donald can be used as a rookie as a situational pass pass-rushing nose tackle next to Gerald McCoy on obvious pass-rushing downs to bolster Tampa Bay’s pressure up front. McCoy is entering a contract year and the Bucs don’t have a defensive tackle that can create that much havoc. Tampa Bay could use a talent like Donald, who will perform at the Senior Bowl, for immediate depth and insurance in case McCoy gets hurt or gets away in 2015.

ROUND 3 – Traded to NY Jets for CB Darrelle Revis

ROUND 4 – North Carolina DE Kareem Martin – 6-5, 265
The Bucs can’t afford to pass up on Martin if he slips into the top of the fourth round. The reason is that Clayborn and Bowers are both in contract years and the team needs to add some depth at the defensive end position – even with Gholston on the roster.
 
At 6-foot-6, 265 pounds, Martin is the type of athlete that Smith wants on the team. Martin was very productive as a senior with 78 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. He finished his North Carolina career with 174 tackles, 44 tackles for loss and 19 sacks as a three-year starter.

The Tar Heels’ leading sacker was a second-team All-ACC selection after posting three multiple sack games in 2013. As an emerging pass rusher, Martin will have the chance to improve his draft stock at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. this week. The Bucs will undoubtedly be watching.

ROUND 5 – Fresno State TE Marcel Jensen – 6-6, 270
After drafting Carr in the first round, the Buccaneers come back on the third day of the draft to select his tight end, Jensen. With Tim Wright and Tom Crabtree as the only proven tight ends in Tampa Bay, the team could use a versatile player that can block and also catch the ball. The Bucs thought they were getting that player in Luke Stocker four years ago, but injuries have derailed his career and stunted his development.

Jensen has great size at 6-foot-6, 270 pounds and is a good in-line blocker. Although he’s not an overly fast tight end, Jensen can make big plays in the passing game due to his hands and size, which makes him an ideal target for quarterbacks. Jensen and Carr had a great rapport in college, with the Bulldogs’ starting tight end catching 20 passes for 339 yards and four touchdowns as a junior and 26 passes for 353 yards and three scores as a senior.

Smith is a big believer in strong special teams play, and Jensen can also be a contributor there for Tampa Bay. Using his size and wingspan, Jensen blocked four field goals in college, including three his sophomore year. As a senior, Jensen blocked a field goal against San Diego State that sent the game to overtime and allowed the Bulldogs to ultimately prevail.

ROUND 6 – Traded to Chicago for OT Gabe Carimi

ROUND 7 – Baylor WR Tevin Reese – 5-10, 170
Tampa Bay desperately needs some speed at wide receiver, especially with the team’s fastest receiver, Tiquan Underwood, heading for free agency and lacking some elements in his game that the new Bucs regime may want. While Jackson and Williams have dynamic playmaking ability due to their size and physicality, neither one has the speed to consistently separate.

With legitimate 4.31 speed in the 40-yard dash, Reese was the fastest playmaker at Baylor and may be the fastest wide receiver in the draft. The Bucs can use his speed as a slot receiver where he spent most of his time in the Bears offense. Reese caught 187 passes for 3,102 yards and 24 touchdowns despite missing the final five regular season games of his senior season due to a broken wrist.

Reese, who will suit up at the Senior Bowl, had 38 catches for 867 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013, while averaging an impressive 22.8 yards per catch. Had he played in all 13 games, his numbers would have projected to 61 receptions for 1,408 yards and 13 touchdowns. The 5-foot-10, 170-pounder produced 23 catches of 40 yards or more in his Baylor career, including 10 from 60 yards and could be a big-play weapon in Tedford’s offense.


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    Thy will try to trade down unless Clowney is there, regardless of the QB's available. If they are stuck they will take the best OL on the board. Done.
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    I will be looking at these players at the senior bowl from my tv couch. I am wondering If Carr is not their would tampa trade down to move these players up and pick up other needed quality players. If I was the GM or the Head coach I would try to get these players no matter what round.GO BUCS
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    Its been stated already that if we spend a first round pick on a QB in May and even if he is a Rhodes Scholar, he will not learn the offense in Training camp. By that time Glennon will have had 6 months and all the mincamps to learn the offense. Plus he has a year of experience so the game will be slower for him.The rookie will ride the pine. With the possible exception of Bridgewater and Johann Swineskin (who may have character issues that Joe Namath and Hugh Heffner would die for), there are no consensus franchise QBs in draft. Instead, I say get McCown in here to compete and mentor, draft a Garropolo type kid later, and lets not forget the Rodgers kid. We have too many holes to fill.
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    Scott, did Carr's agent hide the Las Vegas Bowl film from you or something? Carr was missing WIDE OPEN wide receivers consistently, not just open, but open by 5 yards guys that he would see maybe twice in his career in the NFL. He was awful, I don't care many one-read throws he made in college, how strong his arm is, who his brother is friends with or how much he likes to work after practice. His negatives are his poor accuracy and questionable ability to move in the pocket and throw with pressure. Which sound a lot like another overrated D. Carr I recall being a first round pick. It didn't seem like that other D. Carr got better with experience either.
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    Wow after a losing season you would hope to see a better draft!!!!! What about trading down for Ebron and getting more selections to fill our needs. my opinion a star TE is what the offense is needing our offense is two predictable without it
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    Unfortunately, I'm not LOL'ing - we need OL help. OL OL OL OL. I was encouraged that Lovie said something acknowledging the importance of the O Line in his introductory remarks. We probably have two OL who could play on a quality team's roster, and they wouldn't be stars by any stretch. I don't know how you come away with fewer than two OL in this draft. Given the other needs, that means you trade down in round 1 to get back into round 3. Two OL and one WR (risky though they are) in the top 3 would be ideal to me. We've wasted too many DL picks under the prior regime, can't afford to prioritize that again this yr. Especially given how much we are going to have to reinvest in GMC when his contract comes up.
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    We need to pick up defensive line help in FA and draft OL players in early rounds. Then TE and WR in later rounds.
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    I have around the league-rumours that another team would select Drek Carr if so Tampa should trade down for a lower rd-one pick another 2 picks in the 2nd round and maybe pick up a 3rd or another 4 th pick to select players.I like the selections but if Carr is not available I would go after the best pas rusher available or trade down we shall see in May 2014-GO BUCS
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    The Bucs would be better off drafting a guy like Garropolo later in the draft who has some good qualities, the ability to make all the throws, by time in the pocket, is accurate and goes through his progressions well(from what I've seen). As for the seventh pick it needs to either be used acquiring Clowney(by trading up), Watkins(staying at 7) or Richardson the guard from Baylor(trading down) all of those scenarios make sense and give the Bucs an instant impact starter. Lovie won't waste prime picks on a player that might or might not win the job when his jobs on the line. Also I think the Bucs have enough youth on defense, its time to sign key veterans to push this defense over the top and accelerate the learning curve for players like Spence, Goldston, Foster and Banks. Melton, J.Allen, Michael Johnson and Tillman are the names to watch in FA to fill the voids on D.
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    I highly doubt the Bucs draft a QB 1st overall. LT Matthews, WR Sammy Watkins or OLB/DE Kahlil Mack. Bigger impact immediately. And what if Glennon beats out the rookie and you have a 7th overall pick riding the pine all year.
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    Honestly I see us trading down for a few reasons. Glennon showed enough to warrant another chance, if they do get a QB it will most likely be in a later round or in FA, with McCown as the most favored target. I believe they will sign Tillman, Allen, and perhaps Mack in FA. I don't think Mack nor Barr will be big enough to fit in a 4-3, and I think if Clowney or Jake Matthews is off the board at 7, they will trade down to make up for the lack of a 3rd rounder and 6th this year. This team needs depth at all positions, so they need all the picks they can get. A 3-4 team who likes Mack or Barr(whichever is available) or a team that needs a QB(Minnesota) will make a suitable trade partner.
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    In my opinion I would draft Khalil Mack because we could sure use a dominating LB in the likes of the former Derrick Brooks. We all know that Lovie is a defensive minded coach and I wouldnt be surprised if Khalil Mack was our pick. Also I wouldnt be surprised if we got Alex Mack as an UFA center since we now have his offensive line coach from the browns. Why not sign a 2 time pro bowl center who has only been in the league 5 years
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    Here's my mock draft via first-pick.com Round 1 Pick 9 (BUF): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson (A) Round 2 Pick 7: Trevor Reilly, DE, Utah (A-) Round 2 Pick 8 (MINN): Will Sutton, DT, Arizona State (A-) Round 2 Pick 11 (TENN): Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama (B) Round 4 Pick 7: Dee Ford, OLB, Auburn (A) Round 4 Pick 11 (TENN): Marcel Jensen, TE, Fresno State (A) Round 5 Pick 10 (JAX): Chris Davis, CB, Auburn (A) Round 5 Pick 11 (TENN): Justin Britt, OT, Missouri (B) Round 6 Pick 28 (CAR): Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia (A) Round 7 Pick 7: Rajion Neal, RB, Tennessee (A) It included a couple trade backs.
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    I he was joking when he made this mock draft? TERRIBLE!
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    I'm not buying Carr in round 1. I'm hoping for Bortles or Manziel in round 1. If they are gone, I'd prefer to try to trade down for more picks, & then try to get Garappolo in the 4th or 3rd (if we can trade for a 3rd). Failing a trade down in round 1, they gotta pick the best athlete available.
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    The Bucs will fix their defense in FA (except for Mike LB) and fix the offense in the draft. How it plays out is anyone's guess. I like what some of you are saying about BPA. That's the way to build a team. Also, I think the Garropolo kid could be a steal for some team.
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    We probably could take Carr in the second round. We don't need a DT just to rush on third down. Gholston should be inserted on third down as a DT and he can get after the QB. We'll probably get a Viking Free Agent DE this year so Gholston would be available on third down at DT. Or if Clowney drops to seventh take him. If Frazier reads PR I have already told him where he can get a MLB who can fill his criteria in the middle. Stupid Schiano cut him after he was the most valuable player in the Redskin Preseason game. He can also get a FA CB who can tackle or use Johnson for that starting position and make a Nickel CB out of our present second round CB who can cover slow WRs with his wingspan, and the Defense will be set. On Offense, we will have to either get a FA Center from the Browns and draft a tackle who can start at RT while we move our RT to LT, and let Meredith and Zutah compete with our Current LT for Guard positions. We will have to cut any high priced Guards who can't produce to that level anymore because of injury or negotiate a much lower salary. I hope Pruit can be developed into a big back to get short yardage and wear down the defense. Gray can be the fast split end we need. Find a TE and our Offense will be set. We need Hester in FA for our special teams and our place kicker back and Special Teams are set too. GO BUCS!!!
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    The Buc's must change their draft strategy and draft BPA no matter what. We are a long way from having a complete team. We should look to FA to fill the holes with proven VETS and continue to draft BPA in the future.
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    The not far from the tree logic got refuted by the success shown by Gholston this year who was high motor in distinct contrast to his brother who wasn't and was a high draft pick bust by the Jets. The reason the Bucs have to go QB in the draft or get a QB in free agency is because they know sack magnet Glennon is not going to ever be mobile no matter how many seasons are wasted on him. Carr sounds like a big improvement over Glennon, although we had a backup QB from Fresno with tons of production in college who backed up Freeman for years and he has never made it in the NFL.
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    We don't need a QB. We got Jordan Rogers. Aaron Rogers brother, The Best QB in the NFL.If Derek Carr will automatically suck because he's David Carr's brother than that means we got a Franchise QB in Jordan Rogers. Come on people... That's a stupid reason to hate Derek Carr. Hate Carr if you want but almost every NFL Player has a brother and most are not equal when it comes to the NFL. Jordan Palmer sure isn't Carson Palmer. Really you don't have a clue how good he will be in the NFL because of what David did. Your just freaked out because of what David did that's all.
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    SR, you use a lot of good logic in this mock draft, but it's heavily weighted towards one possible outcome that is no more likely to happen then several other possible outcomes. What if we draft Carr, his great college pocket poise doesn't translate to the NFL (like his brother's didn't) and we end up 3-13. In that case, we just spent a 1st round pick on a QB so we wouldn't be able to draft Winson, Mariota or another premium QB in 2015. That would be just as bad as 8-8 after Glennon in 2015. Taking the top rated player at a position of need in the 1st round is how we ended up with Cadillac Williams, Davin Joseph (no he has not panned out), Gaines Adams and Josh Freeman. You take the best player available period (which won't be Carr at #7), not the best player available at a position of need. If we stay at #7 I say we take Ealy, Robinson or Matthews. If we move down to get a 3rd rounder take Dennard, Lee, Mosley or Murphy.
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    What we should do is trade all our picks away to patriots and get blount back since some of you are so stuck on him.Just like always with him, one huge game and another disappointment the next. Oh yeah how did he do in the big game yesterday??? Theres NO WAY we take carr. If sammy watkins is there you take him, throw mike williams in the slot and make him restructure his deal. I agree that there is some great FA as far as dline goes plus cromartie and of CB's to look at. It needs to be offense all day in the draft, a TE, OL, or Wr.
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    I agree with Chefboho. No way do we take Carr in rd 1. Only QBs worth taking if they fall to us is Bridgewater, Manzel, or Broyles. I really like Watkins. Not only will he be a great WR but can also handle PR and KR for us. He reminds me a lot of Desean Jackson whom our OC coached. If none of the top 3 QBs, Mathews or Watkins is avaliable then I would try and trade back. IF thats not possible and you have to go defense, Mack looks good. In FA I like CBs Shields or Verner. Both are young, athletic, and had really good seasons.
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    I know it's very early, we haven't even finished the Super Bowl yet, and "mock drafts" at this point are just for fun. Having said that, this PR proposal makes absolutely no sense at all!!! Why take an unproven rookie at QB and start over. Build a dominating defense and go from there. Seattle's defense has them in the Super Bowl.
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    I really don't know why they have us taking a qb in the first round we have to go with jake Mathews or Sammy Watkins Anthony Barr does not play the 4-3 defense at ucla he played the 3-4 but the rest of the draft looks ok
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    Carr at the 7 spot is not going to happen;that would be a big reach. Last year we took Glennon in case Freeman was a bust. Glennon was all rookie , which tells me that he will just get better. I'm willing to give him a chance to see what he does in his 2nd year. I'd draft a DL or OL in round 1 and probably round 2.
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    If we don't get a talented WR, or sign one in Free Agency, we are in big trouble Offensively. That is just what we need...a good young QB with two possession receivers. But of course, our O line is so superior, we don't need to worry about the passing game. 7th round WR? Hopefully you have a big time FA WR in mind, Scott.
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    Yo man. I hope this be a joke by PR and have a similar outcome like your other opinions and predictions like telling everyone how we should sign Freeman and Marky Mark Dominick to contract extensions, how Ronde Barber be coming back for another season and how you carried the torch on getting Schiano fired, then changed your minds well after the damage was done man. We'd be super stupid to pick Carr at 7th in the first round. Is he the 7th best player in this draft? Hell no man. I smell another swing and miss by PR here man.
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    Nice draft that focuses on the premium positions that need help and gets us everything we need except a corner back. I am not sold on Banks and would like to see us get someone to challenge him. Even if Baniks is the real deal we still need a third CB. No one competing for the third spot on the current roster is even above average. As for drafting a QB with our first pick, it had better be right. We have a lot of needs on defense and offense that could be fixed with that pick. DE, CB, MLB, WR and TE are alll urgent needs and except for TE all high value positions. Additionally we need an OT, DT (not 3 technique) and G. The debate will roll on and I think Lovie will actually pick a QB in the first round because of his experience at Chicago. He tried to fill the QB spot and never could and ultimately it cost him his job. I don't see him falling into the same trap again. Having two good prospects on the roster doubles his chances one will hit and provides a quality option if the starter is injured.
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    Scott, looks like a good start man. It's hard to do a mock draft of all 7 rounds before the Senior Bowl. Add in that the Bucs have a new coaching staff in place and it's even tougher. Sadly, by draft day, I think Donlad ends up being a 1st rounder and, because of his speed I think Reese ends up going earlier too. I like your thoughts about why we'd draft a QB with the 7th pick - I had the same exact thought. Have fun at Senior Bowl week! Stay warm!
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    I’m terrible at crap shoots and that’s what mock drafts in January are. But I’ll play along and say the Bucs don’t take a QB in round 1 - more likely a Jimmy Garropolo in round 4. I think they target their pass rusher (Peppers or Allen) and their tackling CB (Tillman) in FA. If there is a frenzy to pick the next may-be-the-one QB, The Rams are going to trade down and one of Jake Matthews, Greg Robinson, or Sammy Watkins will fall to them. If GMs have learned their lesson from RGIII in 2012 and that crop of near-do-wells picked early last year and those offensive players are gone, I think they will trade down and target the other missing defensive component that Frazier referred to – Mike LB CJ Moseley to complete Lovie’s defense. If Mosely is not there, look out for 2 way DE/DT Stephon Tuitt or TE Jace Amaro late. Now how’s that for a January wild (you know what) guess? Lol.
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    With a healthy/improved O-line and a healthy Doug Martin and Mike Williams theres no reason Mike Glennon cant get the Bucs to win more games than last year especially with a REAL coach now...My point is if they draft a QB thats not named Bridgewater, Manziel or Bortles with the 7th overall pick would be complete insanity. Bucs need to trade out of that pick and get a 3rd rounder and maybe another late round pick...This teams needs depth not another unproven rookie QB.
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    Scubug is right about cyber GMs so here mine is//// SR - this choice at # 1 reminds me of a Mark Dominic/Raheem Morris pick of Josh Freeman because Morris was a coach on his college team. David Carr doesn't show up on ANY big boards. Now if Johnny Manziel or Blake Bortles is available . . . .
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    Hey scott.........can we have some fun and go back to 2010 draft. through 2013 draft...take pewter reports first 3 rounds of mock draft picks for the BUCS .and see where there are now, and how they panned out!!!!!!!!
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    This is always the funniest time of the year when all of the cyber GM's come out of the closet to poke holes in every Mock Draft that doesn't agree with their own ill-informed list. Who needs a new GM when we have Scott Reynolds and the Pewter Report staff putting out a group of selections that may be better than the actual choices? Couple that with the Big Blue Book and voila; Bryan Glazer can be like Jerry Jones. Perhaps the PR gang could go back into the bowels of their annual predictions and do a comparison of their pick in each round and the one actually chosen. Our mighty Bucs have sure had some doozies.
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    Carr ? Like some of the other pick though. Giving up a third for Revis and a six for Carimi is going to hurt this draft. Now we have to pay for Dominiks bad ideas!
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    We have to somehow get that third rounder back
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    Getting Revis is a bad idea? Really?
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    nope nope nope nope nope nope
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    carrs brother was great in college and a dud in the pros!!! the apple doesnt fall far from the tree! we need a dominant defensive stud, or a receiver w/ speed!
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    This is awful logic. So many factors determined David Carr's fate in the pros and you would limit the potential of his brother's pro career to genetics? C'mon son! Though I agree that QB isn't the way to go, this reasoning is definitely not the way to make the case.
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