Reynolds’ “Way Too Early” Projected Bucs’ 53-Man Roster

Quarterbacks – 3

Bucs QB Jameis Winston – Photo by: Getty Images
Bucs QB Jameis Winston – Photo by: Getty Images

QB Jameis Winston
QB Drew Stanton
QB Tyree Jackson
Analysis: The Bucs keep three quarterbacks on the roster as Stanton serves as the veteran backup who knows Bruce Arians’ system and Jackson is the developmental QB that will eventually serve as Winston’s backup.

Running Backs – 5

RB Tevin Coleman
RB Peyton Barber
RB Darrell Henderson
RB Andre Ellington
RB Ronald Jones
Analysis: Arians and offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich like to go to an empty backfield, five-receiver set on occasion and pass-catching backs like Ellington, Coleman and Henderson, who can return kickoffs, can serve in that capacity. Barber, a restricted free agent, will likely be gone after 2019, and Henderson and Coleman would be the primary backs next year unless Jones rebounds from a disastrous rookie year.

Wide Receivers – 5

WR Mike Evans
WR Chris Godwin
WR Justin Watson
WR Bobo Wilson
WR Gary Jennings
Analysis: The Bucs have carried six receivers in the past, but the fact that the team has several pass-catching running backs on the squad and Tampa Bay will run mostly three-receiver sets means it can get away with five receivers. Tampa Bay has two studs in Evans and Godwin, and the Bucs remain high on Watson and Wilson. Jennings is a polished rookie who can come in and play at a high level right away.

Tight Ends – 4

Bucs TE O.J. Howard – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR
Bucs TE O.J. Howard – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR

TE O.J. Howard
TE Cameron Brate
TE Antony Auclair
TE Tanner Hudson
Analysis: The Bucs typically keep four tight ends, but Arians will be running a lot fewer two tight end sets than Dirk Koetter did. Still, the team needs special teams players and they usually come from the tight end position. Howard is a Pro Bowl-caliber player, while Brate is a starting-caliber tight end in the league. Auclair helps on special teams and in-line blocking and Hudson is special teamer and a developing receiving tight end.

Offensive Line – 9

LT Donovan Smith
LG Ali Marpet
C Ryan Jensen
RG Chris Lindstrom
RT Demar Dotson
OL Alex Cappa
OT Max Scharping
G Ruben Holcomb
OT Leonard Wester
Analysis: The hope is that with better coaching, the Bucs offensive line can live up to its potential. Smith is back on a one-year deal, and Lindstrom is added via the draft to start as a rookie at right guard, which is where he played at Boston College. The Bucs are still high on Cappa, who will compete at right guard and right tackle in camp and serve as the backup center, and Scharping is the swing tackle capable of backing up both Smith and Dotson. Holcomb can back up at guard, and Wester is a reserve at right tackle.

Defensive Line – 6

Bucs DT Vita Vea
Bucs DT Vita Vea – Photo courtesy of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NT Vita Vea
DT Christian Wilkins
DE Will Gholston
DT Trysten Hill
DE Charles Omenihu
NT Stevie Tu’ikolovatu
Analysis: Tampa Bay will move to a 3-4 Under defense under new defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Versatility is the key for Bucs defensive linemen moving forward, and all of them can play more than one position outside of Tu’ikolovatu, who is strictly a backup nose tackle. Vea (nose), Wilkins (weakside three tech) and Gholston (strongside end) are the starters, with Hill and Omenihu as the reserves. This defensive line is young, agile, powerful, athletic and built to penetrate and get after the quarterback.

Outside Linebackers – 4

SLB Carl Nassib
WLB Jason Pierre-Paul
SLB Kendell Beckwith
WLB Noah Spence
Analysis: Nassib is the starting strongside outside linebacker in the Bucs’ 3-4 defense and will be the pass-rushing strongside defensive end when the team goes to a four-man front on nickel pass-rushing downs. Pierre-Paul will have the same duties as a weakside outside linebacker in a 3-4 and playing defensive end in nickel defense. If healthy, Beckwith will rotate with Nassib on the strong side in a 3-4, and Spence will back up Pierre-Paul on the weak side.

Inside Linebackers – 4

Bucs LB Kwon Alexander – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR
Bucs LB Kwon Alexander – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR

ILB Kwon Alexander
ILB Lavonte David
ILB Vosean Joseph
ILB Kevin Minter
Analysis: Alexander and David are the starters in both the 3-4 scheme and in nickel defense. Joseph and Minter are valuable backups. Minter brings experience to the table, while Joseph has speed and hard-hitting ability, but must learn how to cover at the NFL level.

Cornerbacks – 5

CB Kareem Jackson
CB Carlton Davis
CB Vernon Hargreaves
CB Ryan Smith
CB DeVante Harris
Analysis: Jackson is the veteran needed to replace Brent Grimes and bring experience to the secondary. Davis should become more of a playmaker in his second year, while Hargreaves is due for a rebound season if he can stay healthy. Smith and Harris provide quality depth and special teams players.

Safeties – 5

Bucs FS Justin Evans
Bucs FS Justin Evans – Photo by: Cliff Welch/PR

FS Justin Evans
SS Tyrann Mathieu
SS Andrew Adams
FS Jordan Whitehead
SS MJ Stewart
Analysis: The Bucs are counting on Evans to bounce back after a down year in 2018. He can be a big-time playmaker in Bowles’ secondary. Mathieu brings experience, playmaking and leadership ability to Tampa Bay, and has exceled in Bowles’ scheme. Adams is a Deone Bucannon-type player for Bowles, and I would move Whitehead to free safety, as he doesn’t have the size to hold up near the line of scrimmage. Stewart, last year’s second-round pick, is moved to strong safety where his physical style of play can be utilized to mask his lack of speed and athleticism.

Specialists – 3

K Cairo Santos
P Mac Loudermilk
LS Drew Ferris
Analysis: Santos returns as the Bucs’ kicker, while Loudermilk is signed by Tampa Bay from nearby UCF to replace Bryan Anger as the punter and holder, in addition to handling kickoffs. Ferris returns to the Bucs after a stint with the Orlando Apollos to handle long-snapping duties as a cheaper alternative to Garrison Sanborn.

What Do You Think?

Did you like my Bucs’ 2019 Offseason Battle Plans? Does it adequately address Tampa Bay’s needs? Which additions did you like best? Let me know what you think in the article comments section below.

Trevor Sikkema’s version of his Bucs Battle Plans For The 2019 Offseason arrives on PewterReport.com on Saturday, followed by Mark Cook’s on Sunday, Matt Matera’s on Monday and Taylor Jenkins’ on Tuesday.

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Scott Reynolds is in his 25th year of covering the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the vice president, publisher and senior Bucs beat writer for PewterReport.com. Author of the popular SR's Fab 5 column on Fridays, Reynolds oversees web development and forges marketing partnerships for PewterReport.com in addition to his editorial duties. A graduate of Kansas State University in 1995, Reynolds spent six years giving back to the community as the defensive line coach for his sons' Pop Warner team, the South Pasco Predators. Reynolds can be reached at: [email protected]
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Buc stops here

Nice article. I don’t agree completely with one sentence for multiple reasons. “Licht also trades wide receiver DeSean Jackson to Pittsburgh, which must replace Antonio Brown, who will be traded this offseason” First, Pittsburgh won’t trade for DeSean Jackson. They don’t want his drama. They just got rid of Bell for his and now are trying to trade Brown for the same reason. They won’t buy into his background. However, they will try to poach Adam Humphries for his $8 million. With the loss of Brown this gives them a similar receiver and they don’t have to pay Tampa anything… Read more »

FLBoy84

While Pitt may not want DJax (which has yet to be determined), please don’t say you’re actually saying Hump and Brown are similar receivers. Other than size they don’t compare at all imo. 837/11,207/13.4/74 vs 219/2,329/10.6/9. Brown had as many TD’s in 2017 alone (9) as Humphries has had in his entire career so far, and that was Brown’s fewest since 2013.

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Spitfire

I absolutely Love Humphries but he is nowhere near the TYPE of receiver Jackson and Brown are. Not that he doesn’t have talent, he is just not a down field deep threat like they are. Plus Jackson isn’t as much of a Diva as Brown is.

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wnb0395

But stops here. Pitt didn’t get rid of Bell. Bell chose to leave Pitt because they wouldn’t pay him properly. Don’t think I for a minute they wouldn’t take Bell back if he would accept their original offer. That being said I don’t see Pitt trading for DJax. They know we will prob cut him if we can’t trade him but I see then going after other FA WR like Cobb or D Thomas.

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Andy Ely

I like your offseason acquisitions. But I am not a fan of your draft at all. I would not like to see us draft Wilkins with the 10th pick, and if we are signing Coleman and Barber back. Plus we signed Ellington and still have Ronald Jones, I definitely do not want us to spend a 2nd round pick on Henderson, we could use that for another upgraded o-lineman, pass rusher, or secondary. Outside of that, I would be happy with this offseason.

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stlbucsfan

Decent battle plan. I don’t like paying Tevin Coleman, I’d rather see us re-structure GMC or get Iupati/Ramon to play guard. Would rather see the Bucs draft Oliver at DT since he would complement what Vita brings to the table. If we are moving on from GMC then a penetrating DT is a must and I think Oliver is special in that regard. A name to watch at CB should be Darby, he’s a FL native and could come cheaper than Kareem Jackson with similar production. The Bucs should gamble more on players from the state due to their familiarity… Read more »

Andy Ely

Darby has also been involved with every incident that Jameis has had. So I do not think our front office would be too quick to bring Darby into the environment

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FLBoy84

A fact not many seem to know or acknowledge evidently, as lots of folks have mentioned him as a Buc FA target.

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Dread

I really like your approach to handling our veterans and FA / cap. I would love all of that to happen. I don’t fully agree with approach to the draft, nor do I think we’ll end up with as many favorable trades. I think this team goes DE, G, DT, T in the top 3-4 rounds, if not necessarily in that order. I love your selections of DT Trysten Hill and DE Charles Omenihu. Trevor and Jon Ledyard have been talking them up quite a bit. If we trade down in the 1st (I would try) I would target a… Read more »

Brandonges

Not a fan of this scenario. Having two ILB that weigh 225lbs in a 3-4 sounds disastrous. I don’t understand giving Kwon a long-term, second tier money contract when he’s coming off an injury and hasn’t shown an ability to get off blocks well enough to excel in a 3-4. Chris Lindstrom seems to be every teams favorite pick as a plug and play starter at RG in the second round. With all that hype, I’m starting to think he’s going in the bottom third of the first round and Tampa would have to trade up to get him. Tevin… Read more »

Dirtypillows

I really enjoyed your article, nice work. The one thing I take umbrage with is Wilkins (DT) at 10 in the draft. There I would take Oliver, if he is gone go with the best DE (Polite/Ferguson). Love how you address G, OT and the drafting of RB Henderson, he is a special player.

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Horse

Not bad. I do disagree keeping Gholston & Spence; both too slow.

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GrayBalls

Spence is too slow? If you brought up the uncertainty of his shoulder, I would feel obligated to agree. But, too slow? C’mon now. Gholston, if he can get back to being the run stuffer he was, worth every damn penny. Otherwise, deuces, bro.

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e

I like everything except for your final OTs. I’d like to see Jonah after trading down a few spots and picking up extra picks. It’s fun to think that those trades could happen, but not realistic. Matthieu would be a great pick up as well.

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GrayBalls

If we trade down, anywhere after 7 or 8, the chances of J Williams being there are slim

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BigSombrero

I’ve seen mocks with Jonah Williams going in the 20’s. He’s a projected guard at the next level. Projected = Project.

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e

A film rat that loves football and starts on Alabama’s O line for four years is a project. Ha ha!

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BigSombrero

Ryan Kelly was about the same. Film rat with starting experience for years at Alabama. He’s been hurt alot and is has been a mediocre center in the NFL. He contributed to getting Andrew Luck hit or sacked more than any QB his first year in the league.

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e

That’s true, Gray… Some mocks have him down in 10-15 range. I wouldn’t drop too far, but the Bucs are in the cat bird’s seat this year… Ahead of two teams taking QBs and no teams above us really need QBs. I expect that someone is going to overpay for our slot.

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GrayBalls

I wanna see an overpay like Atlanta did to nab Julio. Won’t happen, but that would be awesome. Sombrero, projected=project? You on the same meds as BUC-ASS-BOB? God, I hope not, they’re not working for him. He is not “projected” to play guard, he is insinuated there. Majority of these pundits are just talking heads that appeal to the crowd and don’t really know that much about who should play where. This is not about me playing favorites toward Jonah, either. I just really like what he brings to the table. To be honest, hurts me to say as someone… Read more »

Captain Sly

I get what you are saying but Julio is a Generational Talent, Browns got hosed on that deal.

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thegeebo

I think this team is better served spending FA money on a LB or a RG/RT instead of RB (Coleman). I also don’t think we should draft an RB so high, instead draft another trench guy. Barber, RoJo (living up to his talent with improved coaching), Ellington, and an RB drafted in 4th or 5th round will do the trick. Trench talent is just more important now, and with better blocking/scheming/playcalling, Barber/RoJo/Ellington should be a good combo to complement our high octane passing attack. Your battle plan works, but I think we can do better. The draft is such a… Read more »

GrayBalls

I am inclined to agree with you, as far as passing on Coleman and using that money to bring in more bodies on the OLine. However, bringing in a tackle or guard in FA will be cost prohibitive, in comparison. Either way, Coleman…. PASS. I feel the same about drafting another RB in the 2nd. Henderson is pretty damn good, but he won’t change this team’s rush attack if we don’t dump some serious capital on the horses up front

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destinjohnny

Great article.
For me it keeps coming back to the awful job jason does with this roster.
I really don’t understand how he keeps his job

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sunshineben

.. Licht has a terrible record as gm with so many failures . Makes no since for anyone to give you a thumbs down

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GrayBalls

*sense

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sunshineben

thanks :>))

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tbb345

Liked a lot of this….however, the idea of basically having 4 premium RB’s is hilariously bad.

Agree with the Tevin Coleman signing and think hes a fit…just no damn way you do that and then turn around and spend another 2nd round pick on an RB. This team has way too many needs and holes to fill to be throwing around premium picks on luxuries like that

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FLBoy84

Struck me as an odd pick as well, especially in the 2nd Round. Reynolds DOES like him some Henderson though, so wasn’t surprised. And we still have rookie Shaun Wilson at RB, whom the coaches may see something in as well. Seems like there might be a better OT prospect available at #41 than grabbing Scharping in the 3rd. It’s all speculation at this point, but it’s fun to play the game.

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FLBoy84

Though I wouldn’t call Coleman, Barber, Jones and Ellington 4 premium RB’s. That’s a little hilarious as well 🙂 Agree with your point otherwise. Believe SR may see Henderson as a better RB than anyone among that group, though many projected Jones would be our #1 already, so the draft is far from a certainty in that regard.

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tbb345

True,,,I meant to use the term “premium” to apply to salary and draft capital not level of stature in the NFL. Basically, my overall point is it’s very dumb roster management to spend cap room on an RB to start…and then turn around and draft an RB in the 2nd. To me, it seems smart to call RoJo’s year last year a “redshirt” year and treat him almost as a new draft pick. With that 2nd round pick that SR has ticketed for Darrell Henderson, I would go with a stand up rusher who is a more natural 3-4 fit… Read more »

fredster

Seeing all this on paper doesn’t thrill me. Reminds me that we have lot holes and depth issues still that won’t be fixed in one year. I hope LB position can stay healthy it’s been crazy bad luck. I also get anxiety looking at that O line. Especially if some injuries occur we could be in very bad shape. I think coaching will help but man I just can’t get excited if that’s what the final O line looks like. Secondary should be much improved with better coaching and if Hargreaves stays healthy. Losing him and forcing Stewart and others… Read more »

EricNV

DT Oliver or ILB White in the 1st round. I don’t think a couple 225 lb guys at ILB are going to work as well as you think, but I could be wrong. I link Wilkins as a third option in the first after Oliver or White (or, God willing, Q Williams before any of them if he drops that far).

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Captain Sly

I don’t know if you are serious or sitting back laughing at the one’s who buy into your plan but it’s ridiculous Scott. Start with trading 7th Rd for Drew Stanton a career back up. How bout keep Griffin. Next you trade Mcoy for 4th and 5th leaving a gigantic hole in the defense hoping a developmental project can pick up the slack. If the Bills can win with Mcoy why can’t we. Then you want us to sign an average LB coming off major knee injury 9 mil a year for 4 years. Seriously if Kwon was healthy no… Read more »

Captain Sly

You want to know why Patriots win every year Scott, it’s because they don’t give away 7th Rd picks for a career backup QB. Instead they’ll plug in a 7th rounder named Trent Brown and trade him to any sucker willing to give away picks. Drew Staton!

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macabee

Everybody has an opinion and most differ. I offer this not to say the opinions offered at PR are wrong but that some differ. For me I’m going to wait until the combine is over and the owner’s meeting has been held. Not for the player performances or that I enjoy the chatter of old billionaires, but that’s where deals are done. And of course people talk. March 13th (free agency)is not far away and a lot of questions will be answered. I can wait! Go Bucs!

http://www.tampabay.com/sports/bucs/2019/02/22/why-gerald-mccoy-will-return-for-a-10th-season-with-the-bucs/

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BigSombrero

Love how Stroud points out that when McCoy returns, he will be entering his 10th season as a Bucs player which was longer than Warren Sapp. At a bargain of ONLY 13 million. Lol. Oh and no trade market exists for GMC because the deep free agent field and deep draft so the Bucs better keep him around? Huh? How’s that logic work? Too bad GMC never came close to emulating the leadership, swagger, mental toughness, or most importantly the PRODUCTION of undeniable Buccaneer All Time Great Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp. HE WAS A PLAYER TEAMS GAME… Read more »

GrayBalls

I don’t know, man. I think his bank account would beg to differ on the finishing last comment

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BigSombrero

Great point. Sam Bradford has made more than McCoy. He must be great too then?

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MizzouBucs24

McCoy is staying and nobody is going to give up a 3rd round pick for DJax. With McCoy staying we wont draft DT in first round but hopefully Josh Allen is there.

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BigSombrero

Gruden might give up a 3rd rounder. He HATES rookies. He LOVES old fast WR’s. There isn’t a 3rd rounder coming out that Gruden would say is better than Desean Jackson. Perfect PERFECT pairing.

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GrayBalls

Except Gruden traded, arguably, the best defensive player in the league because he was due a pay day

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BigSombrero

Khalil Mack signed a 6 year deal for 141 million with the Bears.

Jackson is owed 10 million for 2019. That is a price I could see Gruden willing to pay for a player of Jacksons talent.

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Bucsfan1983

That’s a terrible mock draft. No need for 5 RBs and 4 TEs on 53 man roster. I’d rather have one more ILB and OLB.

Hopefully the other Pewter Report guys do better.

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Bucsfan1983

Damn forgot Shaun Wilson. Yeah no need for 6 RBs.

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BigSombrero

I agree with you on the running backs. If the Bucs draft another RB in the second round, why keep Barber or bring Coleman in?

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fredster

McCoy isn’t staying unless they restructure his contract. I doubt anyone gives anything for idiot Jackson either though.

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fredster

Maybe 5th or 6th for Jackson….if lucky

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BigSombrero

Jackson has value to a team with a QB that can accurately hit the deep pass. Pittsburgh makes some sense if they lose Brown. San Fran makes some sense. Houston makes some sense.

There’s one team that makes the most sense though…Oakland. Its a homecoming for DJax. Gruden loves old timers with speed at WR. They have a definite need.

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GrayBalls

Amari Cooper, better in every way but speed. Traded by Gruden. Why? Cap space. You really think he’s gonna want a $10M cry baby on his squad?

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BigSombrero

Amari isn’t D.Jax. At least not to Gruden.

Speed kills. Gruden had Tim Brown in Oaktown. He brought in Galloway, McCardell, and drafted some pipsqueek from appelaichain state in the second round the year he got fired. Dexter Jackson who was very afraid, but he was also very fast. He has always admired Desean Jackson.

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BucWonder

I agree. even a 7th is better than nothing. No reason to cut him until guaranteed $ are due. He did not earn the courtesy early pre-FA cut that Curry did either. I hope/think Licht gets something. Go Bucs!

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surferdudes

I think you’re dreaming Scott that McCoy, and D Jax have that kind of trade value. God bless the Bucs if they could get that kind of draft capitol for those two. Your draft picks aren’t bad, but I don’t think a 226 pound LB inside would hold up. We do need LB help, and would rather see us draft White, and pick up a DT later since there is a lot of talent available. I think the Bucs should sign a FA LB, but not Kwon. Throwing 36 million on an undersized LB coming off an ACL doesn’t make… Read more »

BigSombrero

I agree with you 100% about McCoy or Djax trade value. Pipe dream. Buffalo is the ideal trade partner for GMC. I also think keeping Alxander and David are mistakes in a 3-4, even though they are my favorite two players on defense. Bucs need a Ray Lewis type at ILB, which is obviously a tall order but there are a few kids coming out that have size, speed, healthy knees, youth and aren’t part of a losing culture. Devin White is definitely one of them.

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BucRy

Hey, great article! Not everyone can agree on everything, but I enjoy seeing everyone’s thoughts on what the bucs should do this year.
I gotta say, I’m really anxious to see what the bucs will do come March!

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Spitfire

Overall I think it is a solid plan. One thing I don’t like that you guys do is select different players in your mini mock drafts only because the player you would pick is also in your official Mock Draft. Just pick who you wanna pick. That being said, RB is a position that we should either grab someone like Coleman one FA or Draft one in the first 3 rounds, not both. Barber has been a good runner when given proper blocking and I feel would really take off with a better line, I feel Jones would change peoples… Read more »

EastEndBoy

Love: – Honey Badger and Jackson in FA – Lindstrom in Rd2 Dislike: – Wilkins – hasn’t the NFL learned that Clemson DLinemen are system DLinemen yet? Just like Baylor QBs, anyone playing offense at Oregon, and so forth. The best we’ve seen is one good year from Vic Beasley surrounded by 3 pretty awful ones. NO MORE CLEMSON DLINEMEN. – why aren’t we picking 5th overall in your draft? Keep that pick and take a top-5 player! Hate: – one of the top-10 DTs in the league for a 4th and a 5th round pick….YUCK! I know that Licht… Read more »

owlykat

Scott, interesting article with a lot of good strategy. If you watched closely the job Liedtke did playing LT for two preseason games when his experience was as a Guard, you would realize he gave up no sacks or or pressures for both games and was not penalized for holding either. He completely outplayed D. Smith who had three years experience at the position. In my book that makes D. Smith trade bait and we take a LT in the draft in the first round after we trade down that wasn’t with a spread team and start Liedtke until the… Read more »

WVBucFan

Jennings doesn’t last until the 5th.

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Is Stevie Tu’ikolovatu still on the roster?

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Yes. IR last year. Entering his 3rd year in the league I think.

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scubog

Eycarumba! There are more Big Sombrero sightings here than an episode of The Cisco Kid. (Youngsters look it up on Google or ask Alexa) Muy bueno amigo! Your photo reminds me of the “big hat brothers” who used to wear these giant orange cowboy hats to the games at the old Sombrero. Without getting into specifics of developing off-season plans; I have but a few philosophies: 01.) Retain your own players if warranted. 02.) Be very cautious when considering signing another team’s free agents. 03.) Draft the BPA. 04.) Don’t keep players too long after they have started their inevitable… Read more »

Horse

Perfect!

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martinii

Sorry Scott, but McCoy and Hump? The strongest part of our team was WR. Gotta keep Humphries. DT Wilkins doesn’t flow my boat either, lot of DL talent on the board instead of him. You shouldn’t sacrifice McCoy for rookie Dt. Like the Honey Bear in FA.

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wnb0395

I don’t see Denver trading up for a QB. They just traded for Flacco. We don’t even know what they have up yet. It could be their 3rd round pick but more likely a 4th. So if denver trades up with us, it would have traded their top 4 picks for 2QBs, Flacco and a rookie. I just don’t see that happening. If we are going to trade back it will probably be Miami, Jacksonville, cincy, or Washington. All in need of a QB.

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