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    • DEBUCSOWN

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      1. Rams. Donald/floyd

      2. Tampa Bay. Shaq/white/jpp

      It is too hard to separate the top two pass rushers for the Buccaneers with defensive coordinator Todd Bowles utilizing a blitz-heavy approach that gives any defender with pass-rush ability an opportunity to chase the QB. Barrett and Pierre-Paul are a deadly combination off the edge with their complementary pass-rush skills (Barrett relies on speed and quickness; Pierre-Paul utilizes a power-based approach with rugged pass-rush maneuvers) giving offensive tackles problems on the edges. White is the Buccaneers’ wild-card pass rusher from the second level. He exhibits impeccable timing and explosive power shooting through gaps on a series of designated blitz pressures that overwhelm opponents and bust pass protections at the line of scrimmage.

      https://www.nfl.com/news/top-five-pass-rushing-duos-in-the-nfl-plus-is-dwayne-haskins-the-steelers-qb1-of

    • Mic

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      Its really just donald and a guy any guy at number 1 lol

    • Boid Fink

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      I argued for drafting Donald, said it would be a great investment considering how dominating he was during practices before the draft. McCoy was the reason people balked and said it would be a mistake.

      What a pick that would have been!

    • RHBucsFan

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      Donald would have meant no Evans. We won the Super Bowl so hard to argue against anything that helped us achieve that.

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