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PewterReport.com and Westshore Financial present the Pewter Nation Podcast, a weekly audio hour of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Taylor Jenkins and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2020 season.

Due to the coronavirus and everyone on quarantine, we’re bringing you a Skyped podcast for the Pewter Nation Podcast between Scott Reynolds and Jon Ledyard for this week.

We’re just three weeks away from the draft and the guys are doing a full preview of what’s to come for the Bucs in the 2020 draft. They got back Ndamukong Suh this year, but that doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t draft another DT for depth behind them. What about wide receiver? Who’s going to take the third slot?

There’s obviously a lot of discussion these days on offensive tackles and running backs, and the guys give some suggestions outside of the common names you have heard. Plus, there’ one wildcard choice for a Bucs’ first round pick that you just have to hear. Find out who it is in the new Pewter Nation Podcast.

 

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Alldaway 2.0
1 year ago

It is considered a deep DT class because of the variety of DTs available and not because of the number of impact DTs. Bucs don’t need to hit a home run to upgrade depth at DT via the draft Bucs need to replace the departed B. Allen who signed with the Patriots if I was to simplify my answer. So, a day three DT is perfectly fine for what the Bucs will need to have on their team moving forward IMO. As for OL, RB, WR and S. Bucs don’t need to panic and they should let the draft fall… Read more »

magoobee
1 year ago

If the 4 OL and Kinlaw are not there, then there will be player projected to before the Bucs pick. The only players in the top 14 I would not take are the QBs but some team(s) would love to jump up to 14 to draft them. I just can’t believe the QBs wont be taken because they always seem to go earlier than projected. 1 Joe Burrow 2 Chase Young 3 Tua Tagovailoa 4 Jeffrey Okudah 5 Isaiah Simmons 6 Justin Herbert 7 Tristan Wirfs 8 Mekhi Becton 9 Derrick Brown 10 Jedrick Wills 11 CeeDee Lamb 12 Jerry… Read more »

PewterPose
1 year ago

This Ledyard guy knows his stuff.

WhatTheBuc
1 year ago

Excellent podcast. I have been watching a lot of player tape on lockdown. In my opinion, Josh Jones is in the top 3 OTs. I’m in line with you guys on draft needs. Its OT or DT in the 1st unless something unforeseen happens. Then you go RB at 45 or possibly trade back into the first. If we stay put in the 2nd and the RB we want isn’t there, we go safety or WR at 45. If we don’t go OT in the 1st its Isaiah Wilson in round 2. OK pass it on to Licht

seat26
1 year ago

My advice? Let the draft come to you. There will be an amazing player available at 14 and it will be in a position we need. There will be one at 45 too. And then just take the best players still on your board all the way down. Hopefully, we get an OL, Receiver, Safety, QB, DT, RB, and a guard too.