FAB 5. SR’s Buc Shots

• One of the funnier exchanges in the ProFootballTalk interview that Mike Florio and Chris Simms had with Bucs head coach Bruce Arians was about Simms’ spleen – or lack thereof – of course.

Simms: “First order of business in Tampa Bay, did you put some pictures of me in the facility?”

Arians: “I haven’t seen one.”

Simms: “Oh, damn. They totally forgot about me. Geez, lose a spleen for a team and can’t even get a picture!”

Florio: “The one guy who almost died on the field and can’t get a picture up.”

Arians: “I’m going to go down by the training room and make sure we have one.”

PFT's Mike Florio and Chris Simms and Bucs head coach Bruce Arians
PFT’s Mike Florio and Chris Simms and Bucs head coach Bruce Arians

In my exclusive interview with Simms at the NFL Scouting Combine, I asked him about rupturing his spleen in that game against Carolina in 2006, which nearly cost Simms his life. Simms, who took a hard hit in the game that caused the injury, said he was lying down on the floor in the locker room after the game and team physician Joe Diaco made the call to rush Simms to the hospital just down the street. Minutes mattered with his internal bleeding and Simms’ life was saved, but he would never be the same quarterback after having his spleen removed.

I asked Simms if he ever played the “what if?” game in his head regarding the sudden demise of his NFL career.

“It hurts still to this day because I was never the same after I got hurt,” Simms said. “I went to Tennessee and Denver. Yeah, I was still good, and had starting quarterback qualities, but my 100 miles per hour fastball didn’t have the same snap, or the curve at the plate like a good pitcher would. I just wasn’t as special throwing the football after that injury. My what-ifs go like this. I don’t go, ‘Oh what if? I would have won a Super Bowl.’ I just know I had a chance to be real good. I had talent.

“That’s what maybe drives me crazy is that the people that saw me after my injury seeing me throwing or working out throwing footballs or practicing, saying ‘Okay, he was good, but he wasn’t special.’ They didn’t get to see me at my best when I think I could have opened some eyes. I have a quote in my house from Jon Gruden after a training camp practice where he said that I had a stronger arm than Brett Favre. He said that – that’s as good as it gets. I have the article framed. It was special. I knew I had the chance to be something good, but it didn’t work out. Now I’m trying to be good at something else in the media.”

• 2 NEW PODCASTS THIS WEEK! The PewterReport.com staff was on fire this week dropping tons of knowledge about the Bucs’ 2019 offseason plans in two new Pewter Nation Podcasts. The first of which featured Pewter Reporters Mark Cook, Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins previewing the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine and discussing their own Bucs Battle Plans for PewterReport.com. Listen to Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 109: Offseason Battle Plan Review by clicking here.

The second Pewter Nation Podcast this week came from yours truly, live from Indianapolis as I dived into some analysis of Jason Licht and Bruce Arians’ meetings with the media at the NFL Scouting Combine. Pewter Nation Podcast Episode 110: SR Calls B.S. In Indy is must-listen podcast, and you can do that by clicking here.

Pewter-Nation-Podcast-Pewter-ReportThere is no better time to listen to a new Pewter Nation Podcast than on your drive home from work on Friday or running around doing errands or at the gym on Saturday. The next Pewter Nation Podcast will be taped during the middle of next week.

The popularity of the Pewter Nation Podcast continues to grow. In addition to listening to the Pewter Nation Podcasts on PewterReport.com you can also subscribe to the free podcasts at PodBean by clicking here and on SoundCloud by clicking here. Make sure you subscribe so you don’t miss a single episode.

• Last year, PewterReport.com nailed three of the Bucs’ Best Bets in our pre-draft coverage in forecasting the selections of defensive tackle Vita Vea, offensive lineman Alex Cappa and wide receiver Justin Watson. We spend an awful lot of time watching college football, attending the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl, as well as the NFL Scouting Combine, and collecting our draft information. Nobody works harder – for you, the rabid Buccaneers fan – when it comes to draft coverage, and our work is already paying off.

I’ve done three mock drafts – the first two were the official PewterReport.com 2019 Bucs’ 6-Round Mock Drafts that featured Memphis running back Darrell Henderson in the third round and Elon right tackle Oli Udoh in the fifth round in our first mock draft, followed by our second mock draft, which featured Boston College right guard Chris Lindstrom in the second round and Memphis running back Tony Pollard in the fifth round.

Lo and behold, the Bucs have had formal interviews with Henderson, Pollard and Lindstrom, and the offensive line coaches have met with Udoh. Coincidence?

In my own mock draft for my Bucs Battle Plan, I have Henderson going to Tampa Bay in the second round and Northern Illinois offensive tackle Max Scharping being drafted by the Bucs in the third round. Scharping also had a formal interview with Tampa Bay.

Another coincidence? Hmmm. Make sure you stay tuned to PewterReport.com this offseason for the best Bucs draft coverage.

WFLA's Dan Lucas and PewterReport.com's Scott Reynolds
WFLA’s Dan Lucas and PewterReport.com’s Scott Reynolds

• Be sure to check out my video segment on WFLA.com with News Channel 8 sports anchor Dan Lucas live from the Indianapolis Scouting Combine for more Buccaneers news. You can do that by clicking here to watch the video.

• Our @PewterReport Twitter account is streaking towards 32,000 followers. Thank you to those Bucs fans that recently followed us!

If you aren’t following PewterReport.com on Twitter please do so right now so you don’t miss out on Bucs press conference and interview footage as well as breaking news and injury updates. Bucs OTAs begin next month and there will be a pre-draft Bucs mini-camp. Don’t miss out on the action – follow us today!

To follow @PewterReport on Twitter please click here. To follow us on Facebook please click here. And to follow @PewterReport on Instagram and you can do so by clicking here.

• Kansas State running back Alex Barnes opened some eyes by leading all running backs with 34 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press on Thursday at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. That could continue with a solid time in the 40-yard dash. Barnes’ former teammate, right tackle Dalton Risner, who had a formal interview with the Bucs at the Combine, predicted that Barnes would do over 30 reps on the bench press about 30 minutes before accomplishing that feat.

Longtime PewterReport.com readers know that I’m a Kansas State alum and that I wouldn’t tout any Wildcats that I don’t think would fit what the Bucs were looking for in an NFL Draft prospect. This is the first time I’m mentioning Barnes after watching him for three years, and the only reason I am is because he interviewed with Bucs running backs coach Todd McNair at the Combine and is on Tampa Bay’s radar.

“I’ve heard a lot from the Colts, the Texans – the Titans have been talking to me recently – and the Buccaneers,” Barnes told me. “Those are the main four. Last night we went and met with all of the position coaches – it was basically speed-dating session. It was pretty neat, pretty cool and a little overwhelming at first, but it was a lot of fun.”

I asked Barnes, who said he’s heard that he could be drafted anywhere from the third to the seventh round, if he feels like he’s flying under the draft radar.

K-State RB Alex Barnes
K-State RB Alex Barnes – Photo by: Getty Images

“Absolutely – I will raise my profile here,” Barnes said. “That’s something I’m going to do. I’m going to put up some pretty good numbers on the bench and in the 40. That’s something I’m very excited about. … I’ve never really been one to make comparisons. I’ve always wanted to define myself being unique, but James Connor is a guy in the league now that I feel have a lot of similar attributes, and Arian Foster back in the day in his prime. He was a big guy that had long strides and was smooth. He didn’t look like he was fast but he was pulling away from people. I think there are some [similarities] there.”

Barnes should have been the featured back at K-State for three years because of his obvious talent, but the previous offensive coordinator Dana Dimel, liked to rotate the backs. Barnes did suffer some injuries during his first years in Manhattan, but was completely healthy last year and was the primary ballcarrier with 1,355 yards and 12 touchdowns on 256 carries (5.3 avg.). Barnes rushed for 2,616 yards and 25 touchdowns on 458 carries (5.7 avg.) and had 12 100-yard games at K-State.

Although he checked in at an impressive 6-foot, 226 pounds and has good hands, despite being underused in the passing game for the Wildcats, Barnes may resemble Arizona running back David Johnson – but he’s not Johnson. Barnes needs to run with a greater sense of urgency, run behind his pads more often and do a much better job in pass protection. I wouldn’t mind seeing him in Tampa Bay because I think he has talent and could help the Bucs, but I wouldn’t draft him before the fourth round. Here’s Barnes’ highlight video for you to evaluate his talent.

• And finally, over the last week the PewterReport.com staff, consisting of Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Trevor Sikkema, Matt Matera and Taylor Jenkins, devised their own Bucs Battle Plans For The 2019 Offseason that feature free agent signings, trades, roster moves and draft picks designed to aid Tampa Bay’s quest to end its 10-year playoff drought.

Remember, these Bucs Battle Plans were how the PewterReport.com staff members would reshape the team this offseason – not necessarily what we think Tampa Bay will actually do in free agency and the draft, although there could be some overlap with certain players the team may be targeting.

The Bucs start the 2019 offseason with approximately $16 million in available salary cap space, according to OverTheCap.com. Salary cap information and contract data from both OverTheCap.com and Spotrac.com were used in the Bucs Battle Plan series.

Read and review all five Bucs Battle Plans and vote for your favorite on the Ford’s Garage Pewter Poll question.

Do you think you can do better? Well if so, click here and add your own battle plan in this thread on the message boards.

The PewterReport.com staff will read over the entries and select a winner who will receive a $50 Ford’s Garage Gift Card.

The contest will be open through Monday, March 11. Have fun, be creative but make sure to be realistic with you 53-man roster and stay within the Bucs’ salary cap.

 

1
2
3
4
5
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]
Subscribe
Notify of
48 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Pete Wood

Sounds like the Bucs are not panicking. Their three step plan is sound. 1. Keep the players who are performing. 2. Don’t sign any high priced free agents. 3. Trade down and get as many picks as possible. I think the Bucs could end up with nine or more picks easily. Trade down with Washington or Miami. Both will overpay since each desperately needs a QB. We could trade number five for a mid first, a second, a third, a late round pick and a high pick for next year. We could possibly get a second from Jacksonville for moving… Read more »

BigSombrero

What QB will be there at 5? Kyler Murray is going #1 to Arizona. Giants will pay the price to move up to #2 to get Haskins. Arizona will dump Josh Rosen for draft capital. My guess would be to New England. New England was just awarded 2 additional 3rd round picks and they have 12 total picks in 2019.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
chefboho

I could only pray this happens because then you’ll either have Bosa, Allen, or Williams at our selection. I don’t think you could possible trade back if any of those three were a available.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BigSombrero

In 2016 Joey Bosa, Ezekial Elliott and Jalen Ramsey were widely considered the top 3 players in the draft. LA traded #15, #43, #45, #76, and their 2017 1st & 3rd round picks to Tennessee to acquire #1 and drafted Jared Goff. Philly traded from #8, #77, #100, their 2017 1st round pick and their 2018 second round pick to Cleveland to acquire #2 and drafted Carson Wentz. Goff and Wentz have both been to Superbowl. Wentz was injured for the Eagles playoff run, but has a ring. I think most would agree, neither of those guys are Peyton Manning,… Read more »

Ken Grant

I cannot imagine with what we have heard about Arians and what we know about Licht’s love for high-motor guys that they would even consider Rashan Gary. His tape is absolutely awful. He may well have a great combine, but that athleticism rarely shows up on film.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
drdneast

I keep reading about Fitzpatrick splitting the locker room last year because of his play but the only player I remember saying anything about it was the diva Jackson.
Someone correct me if I`m wrong.
I know Jacson thinks he is the team, but he is only one player who doesn’t run good routes, doesn’t fight for the ball and pretty much gives up in a game he isn’t highlighted in.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
SenileSenior

I also noted how DJAX does not fight for the ball or give the extra effort to prevent long throws from turning into interceptions.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
GrayBalls

It’s primarily due to the fact that there were some players, and fans, calling for Fitzpatrick to play when Jameis first took the starter’s role back. The new staff is all in on Winston for 2019 and they do not want any division in the locker room. That comment was not intended, I’m certain, to mean Fitz was causing turmoil through His words and/actions

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
drdneast

In the spirit of BucAssBob., I think it is a good idea to pay a secondary TE who didn’t catch more than 30 balls last year $7 mill and not at least offer your second leading WR the same amount of money who caught over twice as many throws. Good thinking. And when did anyone ever see The Hump shirk from going over the middle. Hell that is where he makes his living. I like Brate, but this team doesn’t have the luxury of paying a secondary TE $7 mill in an offense that is probably veering away from two… Read more »

BigSombrero

And if OJ is hurt in the preseason or week 1 and goes on IR(yet again)? Now Brate has at least 70 catches for 852 yards with 8 TDs. He plays hurt. He is a part of the solution, not a problem.

Brate has more TD’s over the last 3 years than any TE in the NFL. If they lose Brate, Humphries and Jackson, I wouldn’t expect the offense to be the same.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
macabee

I have no idea what I’m talking about so bear with me as I try to solve what is clearly a salary cap problem for the Bucs! Please feel free to offer suggestions/corrections as you think are warrantied. If I heard right Tuesday at the Combine when Licht and Arians held pressers, the Bucs want to keep McCoy, DJax. and Donovan Smith among others. The Bucs have 16mil in cap space and will need a 9mil rookie pool (OTC). Mike Greenberg is the best capologist in the NFL, but he’s no magician! So sumpin’s gotta give!!!!! Here’s my take! WR… Read more »

Pete Wood

I think you know exactly what you are talking about. Heck, I wish you’d submit a battle plan to pewter.
Good ideas on cap room.
Do you see the Bucs keeping Humphries?

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
macabee

Pete, I think they will try. My understanding is that Humphries has asked for 8mil. Maybe this is a case of shoot for the moon and land among the stars. The only comp that comes to mind is 3 x Superbowl winner and Superbowl MVP Julian Edelman. Perhaps this is an unfair comp and it says more about Belichick, but Edelman in under contract for 5.5mil/yr. If Humphries is willing to take a similar contract, I think he has a good chance of being re-signed. Otherwise he is probably going to be allowed to test free agency. I like Hump,… Read more »

BigSombrero

Why would they keep Humphries? He doesn’t fit in BA’s offense and he’s about to get top money with a weak WR free agency class. He will get 8-10 million from Indy, Denver, etc. On top of that, you think Tampa will just dump Desean Jackson for nothing when he DOES fit into a major role in a Bruce Arians offense and is priced cheap. If they cut Desean, I bet he commands 12-14mil/year on a 2 or 3 year agreement in this current free agent market. It just doesn’t make any sense. Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No… Read more »

BigSombrero

Bright side to losing Humphries and Kwon. They will both earn Tampa compensatory picks in the 2020 draft if they sign elsewhere.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
Horse

Mac, pretty good analysis. I too am concerned about the low cap available at this point ; this reasoning could be directly pointed towards Licht.
I’m not a fan of passing debt along to a future season.
I’m more in favor of offering less or they can go somewhere else. I would remind them if their offer isn’t accepted and they come back later with okay we’ll take your offer, it might be less than what was offered before.
What do you think?

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
macabee

And you are not alone Horse. The Bucs adhere religiously to pay-as-you-go. Remember that restructures are not always pay cuts. They can be pay advances. In the case of Mike Evans, it isn’t any more or any less. It only becomes dead money when the player is no longer here and it is still on the books. It is simply a means to an end allowed by the NFL. I doubt that the Bucs would do it since it has not historically been their practice. I really don’t think we’re going to have much of a first wave free agency,… Read more »

SenileSenior

I believe DJAX is gone sooner or later. Sooner meaning via a trade during the draft. Later meaning a trade or cut afterwards. I expect Hump to be gone for higher pay. I expect GMAC to return with a restructured contract. I believe he wants a chance to compete in a playoff situation with a long shot for a Superbowl ring here. I believe he wants to retire straight out as a Buc, not after a return, one-day signing. I believe Kwon Alexander will end up with a one-year “prove your value” contract and hope for a postponed payoff next… Read more »

macabee

Sure it does! We are all guessing at this point. As they say “your guess is as good as mine”. lol. Hopefully we know some things for sure after March 13th. But as I stated, the Bucs have the entire offseason to settle some of these issues. Let’s hope that it is sooner!

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BigSombrero

I wouldn’t count on restructures at all. Licht recently said he didn’t believe in restructuring players contracts because then they give less effort. He did restructure Sweezy after Sweezy missed his entire first year with a back injury and surgery. He basically reworked a 2016 $32.5m/5yr deal into a 4 year deal worth approx $20 mil with no dead cap money if he’s cut for health reasons. Sweezy was cut after 2017, recovered and played well last year for Seattle for 1.9mil. It didn’t work out with Sweezy but overall it’s smart. Players will get their money if they perform.… Read more »

BigSombrero

Thumbs down all you want, but I’m 100% correct. No Doubts!!

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
chefboho

Man, if Arians was a woman I’d be falling in love. He just knows all the right things to say and I believe in him and his drive. This guy knows what blocks he has to build here or he never would’ve came. Excited for the draft and the season already. Go Bucs!!!

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
Sector2814

Trading down would be a great draft strategy if we had a GM who was better at drafting.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
Pete Wood

Even if you have a GM who isn’t great at drafting, trading down still makes sense. It spreads out risk. The fewer the number of picks the more a team puts its eggs in one basket.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
mjmoody

Simms, seriously…what does a spleen even do? I lost my keys at RayJay once, now that was an issue. Thanks as always SR for a Friday full of bits to chew on. Thanks Bucs fans for posting w/ thought. Keeps me thinking and giving SR something to use. (Mac, Flyboy…y’all know who you are.) Just because I think it’s getting swept under the rug, why do we not care about 2ndary in Tampa? Does EVERYBODY have Julio on their Fantasy? What I’m hearing is, 1) they’re healthy now. 2) We’ve already picked some corners 3) the scheme will fix it.… Read more »

BigSombrero

I agree with some of your thoughts. Question? Can you name any secondary player for Chicago? How about San Diego? Pittsburgh? Baltimore? No need to google it, just off the top of your head? I honestly could not think of a corner or safety for any of those teams. They all had great defenses last year and run a 3-4.

Fundamentally, it starts up front on defense.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
mjmoody

Kyle Fuller from V Tech plays for Chicago. Maybe you saw him at the Pro Bowl?

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
fredster

I’m hoping we get somebody to trade down. I doubt any player at 5 would be more advantageous to the Bucs than picking up more picks. I really love Brate and Hump but both are luxuries Bucs can’t afford imo. I do worry if Howard goes down though the other TE on this roster are big drop down in pass catching for sure. Jackson is toast for sure. No way they pay that moron 10 million to run his big mouth. He’s not worth it anyways and he doesn’t fight for ball. He’s a diva for sure. Head are too… Read more »

BigSombrero

Current State of the Buccaneers Currently the Bucs are at about $16 million in cap space according to overthecap.com after releasing Vinny Curry. Tampa’s offense finished 1st in passing(320.3 yds/game), 3rd in total yards (415.5/game), but 12th in points scored (24.8/game) and 29th in rushing(95.2yds/game). The passing attack was potent when it had to be and there’s talent is everywhere except right guard. With renewed focus on running the ball from run game coordinator Harold Godwin and an upgrade to the right side of the offensive line, the Bucs will be more balanced. On defense, the Bucs allowed a league… Read more »

BigSombrero

I know everyone hates D.Jax and LOOOOVVVVES Gerald McCoy. I know the GM and Coach said the right things this week when asked about how they fit in the future. How McCoy is the ideal 3 tech. How D.Jax wants to be in Tampa. Try to be objective for a minute. A look at history from Bowles and Arians… If the Bucs play in the 3-4 that Bowles ran last year in NY, he will have ……..LDE….NT…..RDE……. ..LOLB..LILB….RILB..ROLB.. ….Gholston…..Vea……..JPP…. Nassib…Mosley…..David….Josh Allen That is a front seven that can attack. That protects the secondary from trying to cover too long and… Read more »

SCLOBERNOCKER

Josh Allen is probably a pipe dream, but man would it be sweet.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BigSombrero

I think Bosa, Q.Williams, or Allen will be there at 5. I have no doubt. I would bet the farm on QB going 1 and 2.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
FLBoy84

Kind of disturbing hearing Licht say that Benenoch is a RT after wasting a whole year of development at RG, and Spence is a better fit as a 3-4 OLB. Either Koetter and Co. disregarded Licht’s desire to see Benenoch at RT or he just sat aimlessly by and let the staff play guys out of position. And if we’re now just figuring out Spence is a 3-4OLB (what most thought anyway), why waste a 2nd round pick on one when you’re running a 4-3 D and Nassib, Ngakoue, and Kaufusi were still on the board. I’m no draft expert… Read more »

BUC-ASS-BOB

If what I’m reading is true and Bruce Arians doesn’t want Fitzpatrick as a second string quarterback in the locker room my question is who’s going to win the other two games for them to get to 5 and 11

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BUC-ASS-BOB

If Jameis Winston was a good quarterback why would there be a division in the locker room anyway it makes sense to get rid of the better rated quarterback if you have a division in the locker room the moron thing said just keep coming by this general manager also starting to wonder about the Bruce Arians is he really saying this stuff or is he just lying through his teeth like he did the first day he got here talking about how much respect he had for the glazers Rate this item:Thumb UpThumb DownSubmit Rating00 No votes yet. Please… Read more »

BigSombrero

Mccoy and the defense stunk last year. Check out the rankings above. Winston needs a running game and a defense. He’ll be fine.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BUC-ASS-BOB

Yeah right big sombrero I’ve been hearing this crap for 4 years

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BigSombrero

You’re a numbers guy…The defense was really bad last year. With Mike Smith, after Mike Smith, whatever. Buckner said the only guys on the defensive line that were special were JPP and Vea. That’s it.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
BigSombrero

On defense, the Bucs allowed a league worst 110.9 QB passer rating to opposing QB’s last year. Tampa finished 31st in points allowed (29.0/game), 27th in total yards allowed (383.4/game), 26th in passing yards allowed (259.4/game), and 24th in rushing yards allowed (123.9/game). The Bucs finished 31st in turnover ratio (-18) and tied for 26th(9) in interceptions.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
nybuccguy

Im praying the Bucs trade back and get Jachai Polite. He will be a sack monster in the right system.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
Horse

Good report Scott; I enjoyed it. Lots to think about. I am not a fan of small DB’s; I hope we make some corrections there.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
skipper

Buc-ass-Bob, is there any chance you can post anything other then hatred towards the starting QB? Do you not sleep at night with your hatred towards Winston? Your a broken record dude who can’t stop with the same shit over and over and over again.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
GrayBalls

skipper, there actually IS a chance of it. In fact, I’ve seen it. Sometimes dude talks about something else and ….. Nope, nevermind. He’s still an incoherent rambler

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
drdneast

Let’s not forget the use didn’t pursue Drew Breed in FA because they had Simms which was cheese stupidity on the part of Gruden and Allen. Later on, when Gruden tried to pursue Brett Farvs when he had Jeff Garcia, he was skewered by the press for not showing any loyalty to Garcia That showed me the intelligence of the local press Corp. Winston could win the Super Bowl next year 42 -0 and run and throw for all six scores and BucAssBob would still find something wrong with his game because his hatred of Winston runs so deep. Rate… Read more »

flashgordon

I definitelly liked that Devin Bush guy way over the LSU guy. I started seeing it a little bit with the LSU linebacker(forgetting his name), but certainly not at pick 5. Now, I’m absolutely against drafting that LSU linebacker at 5. Likwise, before I saw the Byron Murphy video, I liked the Deandre Baker guy better than Greedy. I also like Darrel Henderson more than Ronald Jones. All this is very annoying because I’d try to solidify the DL and OL. This years Ol doesn’t look nearly as exciting as the DL. I’d get a De and a Dt with… Read more »

flashgordon

Check that, stick with Ronald Jones, trade down a little, draft Devin Bush, and Khalin Saunders in the second, and best player available after that.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
flashgordon

Well, I guess I can see how Khalen Saunders could fall.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...
flashgordon

Well, I guess I can see how Khalen Saunders could fall.

0
0
No votes yet.
Please wait...