Also, who knows who the Bucs take with the 13th pick this year? Maybe that pick helps the Bucs win a game or two. Not saying it's likely, but it's not impossible. Can't be too unhappy with 3 top 70 picks.
Idzik made the right trade. I'm just saying it's crazy how it could have worked out. The Bucs were stuck on the 2014 first rounder for a while. It was a very real possibility. No one ever thought they'd suck this badly, though.
I don't think TB is going to be winless the rest of the season. They have too much talent on offense and defense to really continue to struggle. But Schiano needs to go, but that's a team that I can see winning a few games in the second half this season, so I don't think they'll end up at No. 2.
Jacksonville has No. 1 all locked up. Minnesota looks horrible, with no defense or offense now. I think they are lining up for No. 2, which would be very interesting because their biggest need is a QB. I think St. Louis goes into a freefall, because they basically have no QB, and their schedule is brutal (2 against Seattle, Indy, Chicago, San Fran, Saints, Tenn, and Arizona- easiest game there is probably Arizona since Locker is back for Tenn). I'd be surprised if they won any, lol. So I see TB settling in around No. 4, right along with the Giants. So that pick might not be a surefire thing anyway, while Richardson is already producing.
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And would the second draft pick be as good as Sheldon Richardson......sorry but I will stick with a player who may just be the steal of the 2013 first round draft. A nameless draft pick means zip to me when compared to a rookie who is playing lights out.
Originally Posted by detectivekimble
For Revis. Hindsight is 20/20, but wow. We'd have the second pick in the draft.