Haha yeah that’s a big NO for me on drafting a rb in round 1. We shouldn’t draft one before round 5. OL, DL, and depth need to be our main concerns. Need atleast one DT and one edge rusher from this draft.
2019 stands out like a sore thumb and probably had a far too lenient PFF evaluator because that rating did not match the eye test. With two out of the three seasons being mediocre for what we’re paying him, I think it should be a safe bet to move on from him.
We know Cappa isn’t mobile and you need mobility as a guard to help get your RB’s to the 2nd level. Also, we need more strength at the guard position. Last year, I believe all the QB sneaks by Brady were towards LG Marpet’s side, and for obvious reasons.
If we can be a consistent two-dimensional offense, then we will be more than prepared to protect/shelter the next QB after Brady.
I would love a new starting RG and save $10 mil in the process.
Who said anything about weakness? It’s unfortunate you’re a dropout in logic education and reading comprehension. Here’s the OP’s thread starter:
What position do you feel might have a player, drafted in 2021,
in the starting line-up for the Bucs??
1. This is what we people who do conversations call a “hypothetical”. The OP is querying what possible draftee could become a starter.
2. My response: “We need to improve at RG if we’re to improve our run blocking.”
3. Adding how this new RG can be done: “If we’re to save money and we’ve identified that Cappa is solid at pass blocking, then wouldn’t it be prudent to shift Cappa to center and draft a more talented RG who can run block and pass block?”
@buc_boi is incapable of seeing someone praise Cappa’s pass blocking that could be best maximize at center as well as give the Bucs $10 mil relief so that it can be used to possible keep OLB Barrett, DT Suh, K Succop, or WR Godwin. Guess some people can’t comprehend complex ideas. hahahahhahahahahahha What a pathetic pyscho ex behavior is @buc_boi ! He’s still trying to get football knowledge through osmosis from my left nut.
It seems the only answer would be DL or LB. Someone might have to fill a Shaq, Suh or David hole. With any luck all those guys are back and the Bucs 1st pick slides in next to Suh and Vea as an upgrade on Gholston.
Right guard, Defensive tackle, linebacker, or possibly edge rusher could have a new starter. Cappa was solid but not spectacular, Smith was average, and Jensen is average. Jensen is not worth $10 million.
I’d focus heavily on the defensive and offensive line in the draft.
I’ve used Mockdraftable’s spiderweb traits to compare between Cappa and Jensen. Surprisingly, their web traits are eerily similar. Jensen doesn’t possess the athleticism to get to the 2nd level with great consistency, but he can pass block better than Jensen. Both players play a physical game.
Maybe, just maybe, Cappa will be a better shotgun snapper than Jensen too!