Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- 2014 Finish: 2-14, 4th in NFC South
- Top Positional Need: Quarterback
Like previously mentioned, if a general manager does not yet possess a franchise quarterback, then all he does is eat, sleep and dream about finding one.
For Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht, he’s currently dreaming about a guy named Jameis Winston.
- Mike Glennon
- Seth Lobato
It really does take out all the fun in the exercise. Knowing the Bucs will be going with Winston with the first overall selection, we should list a different position as the top need.
However, we stop to remind ourselves that crazier things have happened on draft day.
So many holes are present for the team who finished 2-14 a season ago. How about the defensive end position? Larry English and Jacquies Smith hardly represent a dominating duo.
At middle linebacker they’re completely destroyed. Danny Lansanah, who was a practice squad addition from the Jets represents their starter on paper at the moment.
Furthermore, we haven’t even touched on the offensive side of the ball where the entire offensive line needs a solid reshuffling – a group who finished 30th in the league last year with a poultry 292 yards a game.
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