If you don’t think Jackson or Allen are slam dunks then I don’t know what is. I see your point about how its risky to draft a QB with your first round pick. But the 2nd rounder is a different story simply because you aren’t risking as much. You are only risking a 2nd rounder and you still can come up with a guy who be a bridge-type starter.
Just for the sake of argument, lets say the Bucs traded into the mid 2nd round to get Mills or somebody like that who’s upside is a serviceable, bridge type QB. If you are the Bucs do you use a 2nd round pick on a bridge QB?
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