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The Pewter Nation Podcast is back and it’s a two man show between Mark and Taylor with Scott and Matt out for this one. The weeks go by but the conversation remains the same, which quarterback would look good as the next Bucs quarterback? While the Brady rumors remain consistent, speculation about Teddy Bridgewater have emerged. So how would he fit? They discuss it.

Pewter Report dropped their third mock draft of the season and Scott had Jonathan Taylor as the Bucs first round pick. Is he worth it at that 14th overall pick? It definitely has many people bringing up the topic. Hear what our group thinks and stay tuned for another episode of the Pewter Nation Podcast.

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11 COMMENTS

  1. This is my prediction. The Patriots will return to the Superbowl next year without Brady. The Bucs will increase their wins and Bucs will draft a QB high.

    Let me explain. I now believe that the Bucs are going to let Winston walk because they think he will not get any suiters, and they won’t pay. Patriots will grab him and he will have serious QB coaching. Bucs will increase wins because our Defense will win games for us. But not enough to go to the playoffs because we will go after a re-tread QB that is past his time and when we finally put in the Rookie it will be too late. IF they want to start all over, I am fine with it but I think it is ill-advised. I am a Bucs fan for life. But tag Winston AND draft a QB, but not with the first pick.

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  2. Bill Belichick would not touch Winston with a 10′ pole
    Tom Brady would not touch Glazers with a 10′ Pole

    Jameis will be back up somewhere unless Glazers promise him starting job next year.
    You people all talking Bull Sh-t

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  3. Mark Cook appreciated your foresight

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  4. I’m so sick and jam tired of all this wait. Tag Winston one more yr and lets move on. I just would not touch Brady or Rivers. They are at the end of their careers. One big hit and Brady is in rehab for all of the yr. People re concerned about Bridgewaters arm. And I’m thinking so is Arians. But we don’t need a great QB. Just one who can lead the team down the field and score. I don’t care what we do but do..something. All being said, I’d give jameis one more year with the understanding Its..do or die.

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  5. Abe Gibron’s nuts aren’t a visual anyone needs lol. Agree just adding an OT won’t fix everything, which is why we also need to add a quality C/G prospect to compete with/replace Jenson or Cappa. Worse case is we add quality depth, regardless of who wins the battle. This draft is stacked at OL, among others, we need to take advantage of that fact. We have three guys up for renewal after the 2021 season, two of whom are already making $10M+.

    Completely agree that BA is MUCH more qualified to identify a fit at QB that fits what he’s looking for better than any of us. Won’t stop some from thinking otherwise though. Found this great tweet:

    “No one on planet earth is as sensitive as a man with 17 followers and a blurry avatar who just read a sports tweet he disagrees with”

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  6. I like Tom Brady here; but, I also like Teddy Bridgewater . . . I kind of like Jamies Winston with corrected eye surgery; but, I guess the ball is on his side, and I guess we’ll see . One way or another, it looks like we’ll be able to spend that number one draft pick on something other than a Qb, who you know will not be ready year one.

    I like Ronald Jones at Hb, and I like this one Memphis Hb. I’d go I’d go with the Olineman. Umm, Demar Dotson’s playing career is nearing an end, and he can’t run block. Seems like a no brainer to me.

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  7. It’s only stacked in the first round. After that the quality at OL drops dramatically. I think if we have good scouting we can find some guys later, but up until the last two years I had no confidence in our scouting or our draft strategy.
    MY advice? Let the draft come to you. Draft value at every single round and do NOT reach for players. We may not get what we need specifically, but at least we won’t be drafting kickers and TE’s that we won’t use.

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  8. @seat26 this OL class is deeper than is you might think. There’s quality guys 3 rounds deep in this class at both OT and G/C. Do think BA and his staff have brought a new approach for certain though.

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  9. I think the draft is deepest at wide receiver.

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  10. OL, RB, and WR are the deepest groups by far this year.

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  11. To have not made a decision at this late date tells me ALL options are still open for a Buc QB. Management has to get this right,if there is such a possibility. I have been a Jameis supporter but that last pick 6 was hard to ignore. Coupled with the other 29 picks, and a few that could have been picked, #3 almost looks incurable.No matter how much yardage is gained by air,if you give opponents that many more possessions making the playoffs is pure fantasy.

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