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After breaking down Scott’s mock draft the day before with Mark, it’s time to analyze Jon’s mock draft in episode 309 as Jon and Scott look into his pick for the Bucs. It’s a name that’s been thrown around before regarding the running back position. There was important news as well for Tampa Bay with the announcement that Ndamukong Suh is re-signing with the Bucs as they go for two. Hear it all on the Pewter Report Podcast, energized by CELSIUS.

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2 months ago

Great to see Suh back. Smith is a good extension. He started out rough but he was golden down the stretch. I think other than a backup or two, the offensive line is solid. We gotta get Fournette though. The guy had over 1000 yards if you calculate all-purpose yards along with the playoffs and Superbowl.

2 months ago

Edge Depth and a Pass catching RB has to be the focus this Draft. People need to let go of the 1st round positional type thinking and realize the last pick is more like the top pick in the following round than it is a pick in the actual round. If there’s a guy you like and he has a 3rd round grade, he probably won’t be there at 96, so you may have to grab him at the end of the 2nd. So we basically have the top pick in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and so on. Aside from… Read more »

2 months ago

I think Suh was the most important resigning we had. As great as Shag and Lavante are, finding a playmaker in the middle of the D-line that can control the line of scrimmage, down after down, is hard to come by. Everyone like to dis on Suh, “he ain’t what he once was”… He’s still an awesome talent and a very smart, savvy veteran. After Aaron McDonald, I think he’s still the second best DT in the league. I hope they can get AB back. 4net would be nice to have back, but I won’t cry if he goes elsewhere.… Read more »