The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are two days into the 2019 NFL Draft and have four picks remaining on Day 3, which begins at noon ET on Saturday, April 27. General manager Jason Licht and head coach Bruce Arians addressed the defense with the team’s first four picks, adding an additional selection in the third round by trading down with the Los Angeles Rams.

Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting
Central Michigan CB Sean Bunting – Photo courtesy of CMU

The Bucs drafted LSU inside linebacker Devin White with the fifth overall pick, then began to add more speed and playmaking ability to the secondary with three consecutive picks, beginning with Central Michigan cornerback Sean Bunting in the second round. Licht came back and drafted Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean and Kentucky safety Mike Edwards to continue the overhaul in the secondary.

White and Dean were Bucs’ Best Bets at the inside linebacker and cornerback positions, in addition to being forecast in PewterReport.com’s 2019 FINAL Bucs’ 7-Round Mock Draft in the first and fourth rounds. 

Bunting was a fourth-round draft pick in the third edition of PewterReport.com’s Bucs’ Mock Draft in March. Bunting and Dean were also listed as Day 2 Options on Friday by PewterReport.com.

So what positions need to be addressed on Day 3? PewterReport.com has some options for Tampa Bay, and don’t be surprised if Licht tries to trade back in the fourth or fifth round to acquire yet another draft pick.

Right Tackles

Demar Dotson will turn 34 this year and is in the final year of his contract. It’s time for the Bucs to draft an heir apparent, as Caleb Benenoch might not be good enough to start.

Elon RT Oli Udoh
Elon RT Oli Udoh – Photo by: Mary Holt/PR

Elon RT Oli Udoh

Udoh is a big, raw right tackle from a small school that is probably a year away from contending for a starting spot. He’s likely a Day 3 pick, but Tytus Howard going in the first round shows anything is possible, and Udoh could wind up being drafted in the second round.

Wisconsin RT David Edwards
Edwards is a tackle who transitioned from quarterback to tight end before winding up at the offensive tackle spot. With that said, he’ll need to add strength and sure up his technique and quick if he wants to produce at the NFL level, but he shows natural athleticism with quick feet at this point, especially in run blocking.

Ohio State RT Isaiah Prince
Prince started three years at Ohio State and earned first-team All-Big 10 honors in his senior season. He’s strong, got good length that he uses well and shows some of that nastiness you want at the position. He’s strictly a right tackle and made a lot of progression throughout college in pass protection, but Prince is held back by his pad level and lack of flexibility, which costs him leverage.

Defensive Ends

The Bucs are thin at the five-technique defensive end position where Will Gholston is the current starter. The problem is that Gholston is a one-dimensional run-stuffer and Tampa Bay wants a defensive end that can also rush the passer.

Charleston DE John Cominsky
Charleston DE John Cominsky – Photo courtesy of Charleston

Charleston DE John Cominsky – Bucs’ Best Bet (Rounds 4-7)

Cominsky earned first-team All-League honors as a junior and Mountain East Defensive Player of the Year honors in his senior season, but that’s also against small school production. His athletic metrics are off the charts, running a 4.69 second 40-yard dash, accompanied by a 33.5-inch vertical and a 116-inch broad jump, but he lacks a plan in his pass rush and technique. Cominsky’s footwork, hand usage, balance and functional strength will all be things to work on at the next level, but he also added over 60 pounds in his time in Charleston.

Alabama DE Isaiah Buggs
Buggs is a college defensive end who could be making the move inside due to his pure strength and size. The JUCO transfer entered and immediately started all 13 games as a junior for the Crimson Tide. In 2018, he started all 15 games and led the team with 9.5 sacks while adding 13.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles. Buggs plays explosive off of the ball with power and agility but lacks the length that many elite prospects naturally posses. He can anchor well, but will need to adjust his handwork if he moves to the interior.

Georgia DE Jonathan Ledbetter

Ledbetter has got good natural size and functional strength, but falls a little small to be a solid presence on the interior defensive line and lacks the speed and bend to be dangerous off of the edge. He’s got technical skill with a strong punch and good hands but will have to develop a better pass-rush or he’ll be limited to early downs where he plays his best attacking the gap. The Bucs had a formal interview with Ledbetter at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Defensive Tackles

Will the Bucs keep 31-year old Gerald McCoy and his $13 million salary, or will he depart with Vita Vea replacing him? That is yet to be determined, but the Bucs could use another three-technique defensive tackle.

Arizona DT P.J. Johnson
Johnson started out at junior college before transferring to Arizona in 2018. In his one year there as a junior, Johnson played in nine games and had 31 tackles with 8.5 for a loss while notching three sacks. He entered the draft a year early after only one season playing against Division I competition to provide for his family, as he has two small children. Johnson has a big body frame and is surprisingly quick moving along side with it. He needs to make sure stays committed to keeping his technique, and continue to work on his pass rush. The Bucs were at Johnson’s Arizona pro day.

Maryland DL Byron Cowart
Maryland DL Byron Cowart – Photo courtesy of Maryland

Maryland DT Byron Cowart – Bucs’ Best Bet (Rounds 4-7)
Cowart, a Tampa native, was the top high school player when he committed to Auburn, but wound up as a major disappointment. He had just 15 tackles and 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in three seasons before transferring to Maryland last year where he lived up to his talent as an impact player. The 6-foot-3, 298-pound Cowart recorded 38 tackles, five tackles for loss, three sacks, two interceptions and one forced fumbles. He plays with power and has good pursuit ability. The Bucs interviewed Cowart at the NFL Scouting Combine and was at the team’s local pro day, and could be targeted by Tampa Bay in the fourth or fifth round.

Edge Rushers

Tampa Bay passed on Kentucky outside linebacker Josh Allen and opted for White in the first round. There are still a few decent pass rushers left and one could be had in Day 3.

Alabama OLB Christian Miller 

Miller can be a little slow off the ball but he makes up for it with his hand technique and arsenal of pass rushing moves. While at Alabama, Miller was primarily a backup before he was going to get his shine as a junior, but he tore his bicep in the season opener and wasn’t able to play until his senior year. Once returning though, he battled through adversity and showed off that pass rushing skills when he finally got a shot to start. Miller had eight sacks and 11 tackles for losses in his senior year on the Crimson Tide.

Georgia OLB D’Andre Walker
Playing in a limited role during his first two seasons, Walker really put it together once becoming a starter for his junior and senior year. This included seasons of 39 and 45 tackles and 5.5 and 7.5 sacks, increasing each year. He stood out most with his tackles for loss, with 13.5 and 11.5, showing a nose for the backfield. Walker is a run stopper that stands his down at the line of scrimmage, but he lacks proper passing rushing skills and must continue to work in that area.

Eastern Michigan OLB Maxx Crosby
Crosby is an interesting prospect. He’s got great height and length, good hands and has long strides to close space quickly when rushing. Crosby had great production in college, earning All-MAC honors his sophomore year with 16.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks before earning first-team All-MAC honors again with 19 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks. He shows promise but is in severe need of weight gain to add strength and fill out when he gets to the NFL.

Guards

Tampa Bay could use competition for Earl Watford and Alex Cappa at right guard and someone to challenge Evan Smith for a roster spot as a reserve.

Oklahoma G Dru Samia – Bucs’ Best Bet (Rounds 4-7)
Like his Oklahoma teammate, Samia was also at the Senior Bowl. How he differs from Powers though is Samia is very athletic and moves quite well around the line. He succeeds in a power run operation where he can use his frame to overthrow his opponent. Samia also has good length, but need stay set in his base more.

Ohio State G Malcolm Pridgeon
Pridegeon spent two years playing at Nassau Community College before transferring to Ohio State. He was a five-star recruit of junior college and the top rated at his position at the time. Pridgeon has massive size at 6-foot-7, giving him the chance to size up any defender coming at him. With that size, it does slow him down on his ability to keep up with the opponent.

Oklahoma G Ben Powers 

Powers was very noticeable at the Senior Bowl going against his peers. He performed well during one-on-one pass blocking drills, and that can be attributed to the use of his hand technique. He’s a very smart player that is coachable. Powers isn’t as mobile as the top linemen out there but he makes up for it with proper technique.

Running Backs

The Bucs coaching staff is very high on the current stable of running backs, which includes Peyton Barber, who was only signed to a one-year deal, and Ronald Jones II, who is coming off a disastrous rookie season after being a second-round pick. The Bucs could use a fast running back that can catch the ball in the later rounds.

Memphis RB-KR Tony Pollard
Memphis RB-KR Tony Pollard – Photo courtesy of Memphis

Memphis RB Tony Pollard – Bucs’ Best Bet (Rounds 4-7)
Pollard was a Swiss Army knife at Memphis, doing everything that was asked of him, from being a kick returner (seven touchdowns) to being used as a traditional running back to lining up out wide as a receiver. He showed the ability to make guys miss when given space with his 4.37 speed. Pollard redshirted his freshman year and played three more years at Memphis, totaling 941 rushing yards and nine rushing touchdowns on 139 carries for an average of 6.8 yards per carry and added 1,292 receiving yards and nine more touchdowns on 104 receptions.

Utah State RB Darwin Thompson 

Thompson was a JUCO transfer who spent just one year at Utah State, but he blew up in that lone season, compiling 1,044 yards and 14 touchdowns on 153 carries while adding 351 yards and two touchdowns on 23 receptions. He’s got good speed, clocking a 4.47 in the 40-yard dash at his pro day with great athletic measurables. At his pro day, he posted a 39-inch vertical with a 126-inch broad jump and 28 reps on the bench press.

Texas A&M RB Trayveon Williams
Williams had a good first two years at Texas A&M, running for 1,057 and 798 yards respectively, but exploded under new head coach Jimbo Fisher for 1,760 yards and 18 rushing touchdowns on 271 carries. He’s small, but strong and fast, and does a little bit of everything. He’s quick and agile with good vision and the speed to beat defenders when he reaches the second level. Williams plays great in pass protection and added 66 receptions for 561 yards throughout his career.


North Dakota State RB Bruce Anderson
Anderson played all four years at NDSU but had limited touches until his junior season where he had 234 carries over 15 games. Anderson finished his career with 24 touchdowns and 2,896 yards on 486 carries. While he wasn’t overly active catching the ball out of the backfield, he racked up seven receiving touchdowns in four years despite only getting 32 receptions and had a good week of practice at the Senior Bowl before getting injured.

Wide Receivers

The Bucs spent a lot of time researching wide receivers leading up to the draft and there’s a good chance they draft one considering they traded away DeSean Jackson and lost Adam Humphries in free agency. Tampa Bay will either be looking for a speed receiver or a big receiver – preferably both.

Iowa State WR Hakeem Butler
Butler has a great combination of size and speed. At this point in the rankings, he is the tallest and heaviest of all the wide receivers, while clocking in at the third-fastest 40 time. He has long strides and physicality to get him open, he just needs to secure the ball more. Butler has plenty of favorable traits with all his measurements, and could be a real force to reckoned with if he can put it all together. Butler had a career year in his final season for the Cyclones with 60 catches for, 1,318 yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 22 yards per catch.

Toledo WR Cody Thompson
Thompson quickly went from a special teams standout as freshman to the Rockets’ leading receiving by the time it was all said and done. He had over 3,000 yards receiving at Toledo, with his best season coming in 2016 when he eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark, accumulating 1,269 yards along with 64 receptions and 11 touchdowns that year. Thompson is really good on vertical routes. What he lacks is the ability get after it on jump balls and fending off physical cornerbacks.

West Virginia WR Gary Jennings 

A three-star recruit, Jennings has had to play numerous roles for the Mountaineers, but did well in both. As a junior, Jennings played the slot and caught 97 balls for 1,096 yards, but only had one touchdown. In his senior year he became a vertical threat, averaging 17 yards per catch and racking up 917 yards, and while his receptions went down to 57, his touchdowns spiked up to 13. Jennings has proven that he can thrive in different roles and his versatility will prevail.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. Where are the corners and safeties? We cant just ignore the secondary all of day 3….. Thanks SR

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  2. The one time of year we all have hope and excitement and it was ruined in a few hours Friday. This is the worst draft in Bucs history. I can not believe the trash we added yesterday. My phone died as it was blowing up all night from friends laughing at our picks. We are the Browns now. Embrace it. Deposit defensive line draft in recent history and we have ZERO draft picks there.

    Jason Licht needs to ride out on the horse our first round reach road in on.

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  3. It’s not just the draft that doesn’t make sense free agency and all the decisions being made this year do not make common football sense I cannot believe Jason and Bruce are making these decisions I feel the glazers are running the show and Jason and Bruce are just taking their paychecks selling out the Bucs fans

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  4. 4th and 5th round picks better be trench players or this draft is going to go down as the most polarizing in Bucs history.

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  5. Assuming we’re going to focus on WR’s and TE’s today.

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  6. “… in case Caleb Benenoch isn’t good enough to start.”

    YA THINK!!!???!!!

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  7. @dman

    That would not surprise me to be honest. But I would be disappointed if they drafted a TE. Bucs do need a return specialist so RB/WR is a possibility. In my opinion grab some trench players in the 4th/5th round and then go for ST guys the rest of the draft.

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  8. Did anyone notice that this team is going into season with 31st rated running back core and nothing is being done in FA or draft.
    Jameis needs a running back to keep focus from 100% on him.
    I am not a jameis fan but give the man the tools he needs, he is on the hot seat this year!
    Something terrible amiss this year.
    BA has not made any positive moves yet this year, things can spiral out of hand real quick in the NFL.

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  9. Potential starting lineman on both sides of the ball are gone. We’ve decided to stand pat with the guys that have gone 5-11 two years in a row.

    Today we’ll draft back-up lineman, a back-up RB [to get crushed because we can’t run block], maybe some special teams guys. And then Pewter Report will hype these guys, tell us what a great draft this was.

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  10. Bob your a dumbass. What are you taking about Jason and Bruce just taking Checks. My god you are such a nut job. You think that winning isn’t in their blood and that’s what they want most of all? Have you not listened to anything about Arians?

    I thought you were going to be Miami fan, but here you are still flapping your gums.

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  11. @dman

    I hope the backups drafted in today’s third day of the draft actually develop into something down the line to salvage this draft.

    RT, OG, DT, DE, pass rusher

    Bucs need something to add to develop and be ready for 2020.

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  12. There’s still time for Bad Bruce to surface but so far we’re being out-drafted by Bruce Allen. End of message.

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  13. I also have a hard time understanding going all secondary and not flip flopping DL, LB, CB/S instead of specifically secondary heavy. I’m looking at some of the folks that are left on the board and a diamond in the rough may be Demarcus Christmas from Florida State. Not sure what you guys think but Go Bucs!

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  14. Draft pollard & o line hopefully we will get more picks by trading down, then able to grab 1 D lineman. how we neglect the d line it may be a very long time we see this depth again. 2019 year of D line?

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  15. Starting with VH3 in 2016, the Bucs have taken 8 premium picks and used them on secondary players. Licht stinks at drafting defense. He’s good at identifying late round linebackers. He was lost the minute he drafted White.

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  16. What fredster doesn’t understand every coach in the NFL wants to win all of them are good coach’s
    BA has the worst resume of all the coaches in the NFC South remember Panthers beating them in the NFC Championship Game do you remember Falcons in the Super Bowl and everyone knows the Saints won the NFC Championship Game this year the point is they’re all good coaches the coaches don’t play yes Bruce Arians is much better than the last few so this year the Bucs have a coach that’s better than the past but that doesn’t mean you can dump all your good players I can’t wait to hear what fredster has to say after the few games have been played this year. Bruce definitely got outcoached in the NFC championship game against the Panthers do we have to play twice a year. The players are the ones on the field and that’s where the focus should be no fredster I’m not going away and I’ll be here next year to remind you what happened.

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  17. Why the slide for Chauncey Gardner-Johnson?

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  18. MWD – I like Christmas from FSU as well. I’m also a big fan of Dontavious Russell DT from Auburn. They’re similar players but would both add needed strength to the D line.

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  19. It really concerns me that Bruce Arians hired the offensive coordinator for the worst offense in the NFL last year hints Cardinals pick first in the draft their offensive coordinator is now offensive coordinator for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that’s a red flag on the thinking Bruce Arians.

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  20. I just woke up from a horrible dream that we spent the second day drafting CB’s and a small Safety. Wait a minute, let me get some coffee. ah…, I’m wide a wake now. OMG! I’m still in that horrible dream! Can’t talk write now; got to go back to bed and wake back up later and the nightmare will be gone! Go Bucs!

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  21. Too many of you guys are getting slappy. Admittedly, this isn’t what I expected, based upon my small amount of knowledge about these guys, and what we really have on this team relative to talent or under coached talent. But if you believe in Arians, and Bowles…you can bet they signed off on these picks. So take a deep breath. In six months, we will likely have a good idea if we are moving forward or treading water, as usual. Too early to hyperventilate.

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  22. Where do we start? We have so many holes to fill…yet we’ve spend picks in areas where we have holes. RB…major need with only Barber having a pulse. Yet we spent our #2 on Ronald Jones last year. Aryans ain’t going to get anything out of this kid. Why? Because our OL can’t run block, dummy! We don’t draft for the trenches. Licht can’t have it both ways…you can’t say you have confidence in your DB’s yet go out and draft three more (with your premium Day 2 picks btw). The jury ain’t out on VHIII…he sucks. Bust. DL…we draft Vea. Haven’t been impressed. Half a season and only in half of those games did we even see a spark. GMC, JPP and David are getting old. We only have one all pro on this team and it’s Evans. We got a few good “almost Pro Bowlers” in Brate, Godwin and Howard. The rest of this roster is garbage. Our kicking game is a joke. Where do you go with this draft now? You need RB help; you need help on the OL; you need help on DL. You still need another LB. I still think you need DB honestly cause the ones we did pick were reaches imo. Bucs ticket office…don’t call me until you get rid of Licht. Worst franchise in sports and the stadium attendance proves it.

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  23. Wade…I think you have it A backwards. Our stadium attendance is what it is because of the poor teams we have fielded for over the last decade. How good are the guys we have? I don’t know…you don’t know. Arians and Bowles think they know. And they signed off on the guys that were available when we drafted, that could help us out the most. I don’t see it, personally, but all I know is that Koetter never had the makeup of a successful HC, that he wouldn’t pull the plug on Smith when he should have a year earlier, and that we seem to draft young guys, few that ever develop into good players…some exceptions on the O side of the ball at skilled positions, and Marpet. Let’s see what Arians can Bowles can do. No need to have a stroke… in six months it will be very clear what the real problems are/were.

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  24. I’ve heard it my whole life you draft best player available this year the Bucs are drafting by position they have needs at at every position on this team but yet they’re still drafting by position leaving the best available on the board for other teams I agree with horse it’s time to get drunk and wake up Monday

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  25. Saaaad draft BUCS fans… good with D White in 1st, but nothing else. Not a GM but played some ball my entire life a was praying for 1st-E Oliver-DT, 2nd Risner-OL then 3rd C Winovich, DE-Michigan, (who was picked after our #70 by New England). shoulda, coulda, woulda… oh well, looking forward to BUCS getting 1st overall pic in 2021, then can get rid of Licht, BA, and Winston, then get qualified GM, Coach and QB-Clemson-Trevor Lawrence!!!! See ya all n few years!

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  26. @mark2001 I appreciate your optimism, but it’s misplaced. I do know how good our guys were. I watched them play. As far as coaches go, Koetter isn’t the only person to blame for Smith. After Smith’s 1st season as DC and a 9-7 finish, Tampa GM Jason Licht extended him to a lavish contract because he was getting interest in new HC posts. Then they were stuck with him.

    Before this draft, the Bucs needed a DT, DE/OLB, RT, RB, ILB and CB for this year and beyond.

    Why do I think they needed those postions? Nassib, Spence, Barrett, Allen, Nacho, Dotson, Minter, VH3, and Barber are all very replaceable and on the last year of their deals. McCoy is 31 and has been highly ineffective for 3 years and is in an awkward position with rumors of being cut or traded. JPP is 30 and has two years on his deal. David is also getting up there in age at 29 and cost at $10m/year. Gholston and his contract are not respected by most Tampa fans.

    So thats 4 DT/DE, 4 OLB/EDGE, 2 ILB, 1 CB, and 1 RB that may be gone after this season.

    I haven’t even mentioned QB Winston. He is also on a one year deal. If he has to be replaced next year, then what? They will still need defensive front seven personnel.

    To go out and draft an inside linebacker in the top 5 who plays on 30% of snaps in base defense was not a great move, regardless of anyones opinion of his ability. Then that was followed up by 3 secondary selections who are clones of Davis, VH3, and MJ Stewart. And in nickle, they have “moneybacker” Bucannon coming in for White.

    Old veterans are supposed to be replaced by younger drafted players. The Bucs have the youngest secondary in the NFL and Licht spends 3 of 4 picks in the top 100 on secondary???

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  27. Buc-Ass-Bob,pleading and recognizing that Jameis needs help, especially in the ground game, to be a good QB and actualize his potential?
    I just checked outside to see if there were any flying monkeys.
    I guess today we get a punter in the round and a field goal kicker in the fifth.
    I can’t believe in the top of the third round there wasn’t a good OL to grab who might have been able to start on our porous right side.
    Evan Smith better come back healthy and in the best shape of his life this year because I think the Bucs are going to need him.
    When Buc-Ass-Bob starts feeling sorry for Jameis you know things are bad.
    I bet Licht already has an office picked out at Prudential.

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  28. I don’t know what to feel or think, but I just can’t get over the fact that we have used so many picks on DB the last couple of years but only 2 offensive linemen (Cappa and Benenoch) since the 2016 draft and only one JUST ONE pass rusher in Noah Spence since Jason has been with the bucs..that just seems wrong to me, why can’t we draft players to develop them?! Instead, we draft more players in the same position not allowing any development to happen with the young corners and push them out.

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  29. Gonna sit out the 2019 season and hope all these clowns will be fired by 2020 and we will hire a regime that knows how to build a winner. Arians is outdated and Licht NEVER had a clue.

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    • ” Gonna sit out the 2019 season and hope all these clowns will be fired by 2020 and we will hire a regime that knows how to build a winner. Arians is outdated and Licht NEVER had a clue.”

      and that comes from Gruden4President
      makes one stop + think but now there’s SMOKE
      Go Bucs !!!

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  30. Look at all these good players we passed on for a kicker. Smh.

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