Bucs Must Do Better Than Barron

February 24th, 2014

When Joe fantasizes about what the Bucs should get from their No. 7 overall draft pick in 2014, Joe can’t help but note that the Bucs better do a heck of a lot better than they did with the No. 7 pick in 2012, safety Mark Barron.

Yes, Barron has shown his talents on the field. But he hasn’t resembled a consistent standout player, the type of performer every last Bucs fan is expecting with this year’s No. 7 overall pick.

Joe can’t imagine any Bucs fan sits at home hoping Khalil Mack, Jake Matthews or, say, Johnny Football or Jadeveon Clowney, has their first two Buccaneer seasons in the NFL look like those of Barron.

No, Barron can’t be called a bust yet, but this is a pivotal season for him. When a player is picked that high, he has to deliver quickly.

Barron is one of the biggest X-factors for the Bucs in 2014. If Lovie Smith can get Barron to fulfill his massive potential, then the Bucs could approach having a truly elite status, assuming they find a stout edge rusher.

Regardless, Barron is a reminder of the unpredictability of the NFL Draft. It’s no guarantee of a quick fix, even with the No. 7 overall pick.

98 Responses to “Bucs Must Do Better Than Barron”

  1. Destinjohnny Says:

    Biggest ua fan ever and mark should have been a 2nd round pick- I could not believe At the time we drafted him over Luke k- it’s still Shocking to me u call dom a rock star

  2. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Heh, the way he leveled Steve Smith in that win against the Kitties was pretty awesome. Not much else after that.

  3. SteveK (MGM) Says:

    Could’ve been Keuchly.

    At least we didn’t take Joe’s boy, Mo Claibourne at 5. Say what you will about me trumpeting for Trent Richardson, but I was right about the guy being drafted first.

  4. LJS4th Says:

    The player we should have taken at #7 in 2012 is All World in the Carolinas!!! It was a bad pick from the beginning!!! I hope Lovie can get something out of Barron, because potential does not help us win!!!

  5. SteveK (MGM) Says:

    Khalil Mack, Jake Mathews, Jadeveon Clowney, or Johnny Football. If be fine with any of those players.

    I hope we can trade back with the Browns, and snag there #26 and #35 slections, and maybe a 3rd round pick for our 7th overall selection.

    We could at least demand the “Harbaugh offer” from the Browns. Poor Browns fans, god bless those faithful that last tasted playoffs with Butch Davis and Kelly Holcomb.

  6. BKNYfootballhead Says:

    C.J. Mosley is a sleeper pick here at 7, which I’m sure will leave many Buc fans with the same mixed feelings as they had with the Barron pick.

    Mosley is a Shelton Quarles-like MLB with exceptional coverage skills. They could then fill the strong side position with Foster, keeping him fresh to step in as the back up to Mosley.

    Remember, Lovie was a linebacker coach with the Bucs, he’s been in the shoes of a Mr. Hardy Nickerson, whom I’m sure is lobbying for a playmaker at the top of the draft.

    Linebacker is easily the most dire need of this team right now, let’s see how free agency plays out.

    BTW, look for Christian Jones in the second round, if not Mosley in the first.

  7. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Kuechly is good no doubt but largely overrated. Maybe the Bucs should have traded farther down and grabbed Desmond Trufant or Stephon Gilmore. Or grabbed Kenny Vacarro atmt safety. This was before the Bucs had Goldson or Revis.

  8. MadMax Says:

    i feel for who drafts Clowney (it will be the same thing)….and I hope its Atlanta and we trade back and pick up Lewan. We’d never have to double team him….maybe even decide he’s so gassed we can put a TE on him, just make sure the TE doesnt blow the assignment….smh.

  9. Theodore Says:

    The Bucs panicked when the Cowboys jump in front of them to take Claiborne.

  10. kristofer Says:

    easy barron is solid man brutal article

  11. Kevin Says:

    I remember being in Shock when they passed on Luke.

  12. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Barron was the correct pick. Before any of you jump in the “Rock Star” train.

    Team leader on Alabama. Best strong safety on the board when Ronde just announced his retirement. Suited for a “joker” sort of role where he is used against the run, covering tight ends, blitzing, covering the slot. He can be placed all over the damn field and make an impact where the Bucs may be lacking. I think it is crazy that people do not think Barron isnt an asset, he just hasnt put up stats like most of you look for, and hasnt had a defensive guru that can get the most out of him. He is just fine, we are lacking elsewhere on the field.

    And f*ck Kuechly, we got a better LB in the 2nd round.

  13. originalfloridamarlin Says:

    Barring injuries, Kuechly will make the Hall of Fame and we could have had him. Disgusting.

  14. BucsfaninChina Says:

    My bad. He had a year with Ronde. Still, Barron is a killer player and one of the few quality pieces the Bucs have on D.

  15. Andrew 1 Says:

    You’re right. Its been two years later, and I still have no idea why we picked a SAFETY with the 7th overall pick. Could use this opportunity to bash our former beloved regime, but I think I’ll take the high road this time. I think with a coach like Lovie though, he will be able to get the best out of Barron. Here’s to hoping we pick a position with a little bit more importance this time around.

  16. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Smh, this kids has insane closing speed. He hasn’t even scratched the surface of his potential yet. Also Luv how he raises his level of play in prime time games. The Seattle game comes to memory when he was all over the field making plays. Great Pick!

  17. Buc1987 Says:

    I would not call him a bust just yet.

  18. WalkdaPlank Says:

    @BucsfaninChina – yea lol one year with Schiano was enough to push Ronde over the edge and get him to hang up the cleats lmao.

  19. bigpoppabuc Says:

    Not a worry in my mind for Mark Barron. Last season he played much faster and showed the elite athleticism that got him drafted that high. Lovie will most likely simplify Barron’s roll so he can play faster and more instinctively as a safety should.

  20. HFXBUC Says:

    Here’s an idea…. don’t draft anyone from Alabama in the first rounds. Ever. Problem Solved. Although the other option for that pick was Morris Claiborne so all things considered we did pretty good. Mack, Barr, Watkins, Ealy, Ebron, even Donald all make sense at 7.

  21. Kevin Says:

    Although it is irrelevant to talk about not having Kuechly when we got David. He’s NASTY!!!

  22. eric Says:

    Barron will be fine mad max I love how you are thinking get the h**L out at number 7 Draft a LT which ever one is on the board at say 10 through 13 grab Cook from OSU at the top of the second round and then one of the Big Guards or the Tackle from Clemson and convert him to Guard move Penn to right to battle Dotson that will improve the team by leaps and bounds right there!

  23. Luther Says:

    Picking 7th is about as low as you go. Anything from 7 on up to 1 is going to be a great pick. If someone take both tackles then it will be even better. I’m not worried about this draft at all. I more worried that we don’t have a 3rd round pick to use for possibly moving up when needed.

  24. BucsfaninChina Says:

    I call BS on anyone who says safety is not a vital position. Seattle has two crucial elements on their defense, both playing at Pro Bowl levels and at the position of safety. Number of passes over 20 yards? League best 30. Over 40 yards? Freaking 3 plays. Tell me that does not make a difference.

    And Barron does more than play the deep ball. Deep ball is not even the best facet of his game. He is essentially another linebacker (who I’d take over Kuechly) and will be making splashes all over the damn field. Just watch.

  25. Mike10 Says:

    I agree, I wanted Luke too at that pick…. BUT wasn’t that the same year we got David at LB. We wouldn’t have got him if we got another LB first.

    So in actuality I like the way it shook out: a B+ safety with hopefully potential + an A+ LB… I’m good w that. But Barron does need to step it up

  26. Andrew 1 Says:

    @ BucsfaninChina

    if your referring to me, then dont mind me, Im just being a jerk off. I’m still waiting for Barron to be like those 2 Prow Bowl safeties in Seattle though. If he does, then no doubt it was the right move.

  27. Pruritus Ani Says:

    Given the chance with some proper direction, let’s see if the guy pans out. Good coaches maximize the talent they are given. Barron showed some good things last year with a mediocre coaching staff. Now that he actually will be working with people who have actually been successful, we will have a better metric as to whether he was worth the pick or not.

  28. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    And Remember: Seattle’s Rock Star GM Schneider had Mark Barron, Luke Keuchly and Bruce Irvin as their top 3 rated defensive players available int the 2012 Draft.

  29. Mike Says:

    Who is to say that Luke would play like he has for us? Does anyone for one min think the D that schiano was running that to many ppl could play great no. So let get off Barron and see how he play under a proven NFL coach not some scrub we had before.

  30. MadMax Says:

    @eric, i’d only move back if Matthews and Robinson are gone, maybe Watkins since the draft is deep at WR…..but Im warming up to Mack at that spot, especially after watching him at the combine.

  31. Macabee Says:

    How quickly we forget when Mark Barron was drafted. Words from the Guru we hear everyday at the NFL combine. Words most of us respect. Maybe Barron gets a real coach for the first time!

    “ “Boy, is this a solid pick. I love this kid because his floor and ceiling are the same thing. His ceiling is to be a Pro Bowl safety; his floor is to be a Pro Bowl safety. That’s how good this young man is. This is going to be a good football team next year.”
    -Mike Mayock, former NFL safety and current NFL Network analyst

  32. cory culpepper Says:

    I feel like that’s what they would be doing passing on Mack. Could you imagine kuechely and lavonte david right now?

  33. Bucs Fan!!!!! Says:

    Most of you commenters must listen to football on the radio. Bunch of couch scouts that have no idea what a good player looks like. Barron is a hell of a player and will be fine. He has played well in the garbage system that we had. He was the Best guy on the board at the time. Plus David is leaps and bounds better than Luke. Maybe some of you need to actual watch the games before offering up your stupid a$$ opinions. I guess next you will say the glennon deserves to be anointed the starter. Smh. Joe should ban some of you from visiting his site. Lames! Lol. GO BUCS

  34. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    ^^^Right on Brotha^^^

  35. Buc1987 Says:

    So many of you keep saying to give Barron a chance with a good coaching staff. Should the same not be said about Glennon?

  36. SteveK (MGM) Says:


    I wouldn’t call Barron a bust either, it just blows azzholes to see the Defensive Player of the Year get drafted two spots later, by a division rival.

    It’s not Barron that’s the bust, it was Dominick.

    Can’t wait to see Dennis Hickey’s draft. It will be telling lol. Who is there “Myron Lewis” in the third round?

  37. SAMCRO Says:

    How many safeties have ever been selected inside the top ten?

    As soon as he was drafted, the pressure was on.
    Even so, selecting Barron, Martin, and David .. 1, 2, 3 could still work out to be the most brilliant move made in Bucs history.

    Maybe under Lovie’s tutelage Mark will rise to expectations.

  38. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I don’t know about the rest of you but it could be argued that Barron has been a better safety than Goldson….when Barron is off the field….we miss him dearly. And…Barron is a lot cheaper. It could be argued in hindsight that we could have picked someone better, but that is the case with many of our draft picks (pre-Schiano).
    The last two years have been solid.
    There will be many players at 7 that will fill needs for us. I expect we will make a good decision.

  39. Macabee Says:


    I’m confused by your last post. Last I heard from Lovie and Tedford both said they liked many things about Glennon and he will get his chance. But unlike Schiano, it will not be given to him without competition. Where am I misinformed?

  40. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Barron did just fine with an inept coaching staff. And will contine to get better. Glennon will get his shot. But Bortles Kombat will take the starting position away from him.

  41. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    I’m pulling for Mike Glennon.

    As rookie he displayed poise under pressure, pocket awareness, and the ability to throw Left & Right on the Run.

    Sure one game doesn’t make or break you career. But once again, If you go back and watch the Seattle game, how do you not walk away thoroughly impressed with the young man.

    Now I’m hearing he’s in the weight room, and literally sleeping at One Buc during the off-season. Ok

  42. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    *your career

  43. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Sure he’s got tons of things to work on like any 2nd, 3rd or even 4th year quarterback does. Yet he’s a solid prospect nonetheless

  44. buccinfan Says:

    Yea we said the same thing about McCoy after his first two seasons…. Well wait and see

  45. Macabee Says:


    I didn’t apply for membership in the MGM as it’s affectionately called, but I’m hoping that Mike Glennon succeeds because I want the Bucs to win. If he’s not the best man for the job, then I’m pulling for the guy that gets the job.

    Franchise QBs or SuperBowl winning game managers are not easy to find so we should not be eliminating candidates before they had their chance and at the same time we should be constantly looking for that guy if the ones we have is not the one!

  46. LUVMYBUCS Says:


    I agree, and I to never applied for the membership either. Just wanna win

  47. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    lol, scratch that. Just wanna win

  48. INDYbucsfan Says:

    What about moving goldson to a linebacker position and draft a rangy true FS?

  49. Trubucfan22 Says:

    Keuchly sucks. When little ass Doug Martin is running you over then you have problems. He’s soft and gets beat more times than not. On the flip side Barron has never gotten ran over and lays big hits instead of receives them. Keuchly is barely a top 30 LB in the entire league. Most overrated player in the entire league

  50. Celly Says:

    How soon we forget that Schiano’s defense was predicated on a hard hitting safety…

    And God forbid we forget that Barron was playing out of position his rookie year because of Old Man Rhonde.

  51. SteveK (MGM) Says:


    False Buc Fan #1

  52. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Wow, just wow.

    I cannot believe there are still people whining that we did not get Luke. Get with the freaking program. We got the next Brooks!

    So far as (Red) Barron, he has been coming along fine. He’s played MUCH BETTER than Goldson, and he will be even better with Lovie.

    I swear, I just don’t get the ignorance displayed by (some) Tampa fans.

  53. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    “I’m pulling for Mike Glennon.”

    I’m for getting serious competition for the sstarting role. I’m not against Glennon, I’m just not sold on him. His worse games were his later season games. Instead of improving he took steps back.

    That’s why I want seriouus competition (and not “token” competition). If he is the guy hee’ll beat out whoever they bring in. If he’s not the guy, next guy up better have as much or more potential.

  54. That Guy Says:

    The Joes are so schizo with their nonsense, especially with their whining for bust Mo Claiborne that year. Behold, a few months ago, dateline December 12th, 2013:

    “Well, that pick is looking solid right now. Entering Sunday’s game against the 49ers, Mark Barron is the lone defensive back in the NFL with at least 80 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions.

    “Sounds like Barron has arrived, no? It is pretty obvious Barron may be a solid safety when it comes to defending the run. The guy just races through bodies to stick people (but not too hard for fear of the dreaded yellow hankie). While Barron is really good against the run, if he could improve his pass defense just a little bit, he could be one of the best safeties in the game.”


    That’s very nice, except your comprehension is lacking. Did you even read the current post. Joe did not contradict himself at all. “Solid” is not good enough for the 7th overall pick and Joe is writing about the scope of that draft position and fans’ current expectations for it. Please stop wasting time and energy on insulting Joe. —Joe

  55. kh Says:

    Agree completely Buccaneer Bonzai & That Guy – this post and ensuing comments are ridiculous.

    I believe Mark Barron is on his way to being one of the top safeties in the game. If you look at Seattle’s defense who were the straws that stirred the drink? Earl Thomas and Cam Chancellor. Enough said.

  56. kh Says:

    While we’re at it, let’s go ahead and do a hindsight on every draft pick in the last three years by the Bucs so we can wax and wane about what could have been. I mean if we’re going to do this for Barron why stop there?

  57. Joe Dunn Says:

    kh – – yep, agreed. EVERYBODY has graduated from the Monday Morning QB School.

  58. Harry Says:

    “…Barron is a reminder of the unpredictability of the NFL Draft…”

    Worse than that was that I wanted Morris Claybourn. THAT shows the unpredictability… geeze, I am so embarrassed…

    @Steve K: I kept staring at it in disbelief… did you actually include Johnny Football on your wish list??? I am proud of you man!

  59. Buc1987 Says:

    Macabee…I’m not talking about Lovie and Tedford. I’m talking about the many posters on JBF that are so quick to write Glennon off. If someone mentions the coaching staff as part of the problem, it’s called an excuse by many of them.

  60. bigpoppabuc Says:

    Nice one, that guy.

    and INDY… You’re nuts. Barron covers plenty of ground back there. And Barron will be an all pro safety in the very near future.

  61. Nick B Says:

    Here we go with the “we could of had Kuechly” crowd. This crap is so old. Give me the trio of Barron, Martin, and David (who were all basically made possible by the trade down) over one of Luke Kuechly, Just because Barron isn’t the flashiest Safety in the league doesn’t mean he isn’t good, beause he is. We take Kuechly we don’t have David…

  62. Buc1987 Says:

    Nick B…they are probably the same fans that are in the “Gruden Took Dungy’s Team To The Super Bowl Club”.

  63. Dan A Says:

    I would put money down if I could but I bet that the Bucs will not be picking at #7. They will either trade up (depending on free agent signings) or they trade down for more picks. I say trade up and get a franchise QB if they feel one cant fall to them. Next year the QB depth is low and we can’t wait for three years for a chance at a QB then. It is now or never. The Buccaneers have NEVER had a true franchise QB let alone one to get a 2nd contract. #SECsucksbutdraftMcCarron

  64. TJ Ware Says:

    You guys are all idiots…Mark Barron is a F****N BEAST that will start on 29 other teams…this is the dumbest post of the year

  65. kh Says:

    Hear hear TJ! On top of that, F*** LUKE KUECHLY he’s a F****N Panther now.

  66. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    Mark Barron is a Great Pick period. He’s nowhere close to being a bust! Hope to one day mention his name in the same sentence as Lynch, Cotney, Brown, and Jackson. As the Best Safeties to ever play for the organization.

  67. Andrew 1 Says:

    Joe will probably do a piece about this tomorrow but apparently the bucs have shown “strong interest” in Josh McCown, per Ian Rapoport. Ive been banging the drum for McCown so I hope it happens. 13 touchdowns and only 1 interception in 5 games last season? I’ll take that. Also another bit a news that will get Joe all perky, the bucs have interviewed Manziel.

  68. ButIt941 Says:

    Why we picked Mark Barron with the #7 overall pick? How short or memories are as Bucs fans. Here are a few reasons why…

    Jermaine Phillips, Sabby Piscitelli, Sean Jones, Tanard Jackson, Cody Grimm, Corey Lynch, Rhonde Barber, Will Allen, Larry Asante, Devon Hall, Ahmad Black…

    There is the list of almost all of the safeties who have played with us since 2008. Heck ever since John Lynch went to Denver the Bay area has been searching for someone (anyone) to fill those shoes.

    Barron is the best Safety on that board outside of a non stoned Tanard Jackson and is one of the better safeties we’ve had since J. Lynch. There is a very good reason why we picked a potential player like him and i still root for him. I have a feeling he is a late bloomer and is on the verge of a break out season.

  69. bucs4evar Says:

    Barron is the farthest thing from a bust. He seems to play a lot better when the hawk was suspended. Like when we played the seahawks, I dont mind start Tandy over Goldson.

  70. bucs4evar Says:

    Perhaps trade up to reunite barron with ha ha clinton.

  71. Eric Says:

    Amazingly all these spectacular draft picks we’ve made have not manifested into winning football.

    The panthers, for example, made us look like fools twice last season.

    Luckily, our new coach is not prone to these delusions and understands the reality of where we are, which is loserville.

    Remedies are forthcoming. Including under center.

  72. Capt. Tim Says:

    Barron is a safety that has no coverage skills.

    That’s about as useful as a bottomless boat.

    We were 4 and 12 for a reason. Lovie can’t be happy with most of these players
    Hopefully he can cut our losses, and bring in NFL Caliber players.

    To those of you that think Barron is a good player-what are you watching? They tried hiding him in the box. When he was forced to cover( shallow crossing routes), he was a 5 foot behind trailer.

    Need to try to trade him- and put Goldson at Strong safety

  73. broy34 Says:

    if I recall they drafted barron david and martin instead of luke…do your homework

  74. Joe Says:

    Joe will probably do a piece about this tomorrow but apparently the bucs have shown “strong interest” in Josh McCown, per Ian Rapoport.

    Joe doesn’t want to throw up on his keyboard.

  75. Capt. Tim Says:

    Think Theodore nailed it. Rockstar didn’t anticipate Dallas trading up in front of him, and drafting Claiborne.

  76. NYCBUC Says:

    In the present nfl there are a couple of positions that have little value, safety, interior offensive linemen, and fullback. The former “rock star” gm decided to invest heavily in these positions, except fb.

  77. teacherman777 Says:

    If we hadnt signed Goldson,

    We could be signing Jarius Byrd this offseason!

    Goldson is too slow for FS!!

  78. Anzac Buc Says:

    BKNY- completely agree with you. Mosley is the perfect pick. In saying that, it’s would be hard to pass over someone like Watkins if he was still available

  79. Buc Neckid Says:

    Kuechly > Barron

    Luke Kuechly
    2012 Defensive Rookie of the Year
    2013 AP Defensive Player of the Year
    2013 Pro Bowl
    2013 First Team All Pro

    Mark Barron
    2010,2011 NCAA First Team All American

    But on the bright side…
    If Rockstar/Schiano would have pick Kuechly
    They would still be here

  80. Buc Neckid Says:

    Could have been
    Kuechly AND Martin
    due to the same trade down and then back

  81. TJ Ware Says:

    We have a good linebacker in David already. Sure Luke racks up a bunch of tackles good for him…but Barron racks up a ton of tackles also..at Strong Safety. You can’t have All pro players at every position.

  82. Josh W Says:

    Could you imagine Kuechly AND David!?

  83. Cobraboy Says:

    Baron is one of the few really solid players on the team, playing well in a totally garbage system.

    I’m constantly amazed how some folks don’t take the scheme & coaching into consideration when judging a player.

  84. TJ Ware Says:

    Thankfully these other idiot bugs fans are not in charge of the draft. Because I can remember all of you idiots in 2012 begging to draft either, Trent Richardson, Mo Claiborne, and even Justin blackmon

  85. Buc Neckid Says:

    in the 2012 Draft the Bucs could have had
    Martin AND

  86. BoJim Says:

    Macabee Says:

    ‘ But unlike Schiano, it will not be given to him without competition. Where am I misinformed? ‘

    Err. What competition was that?

  87. Mumbles Says:

    Never look back, the SOBs may be gaining on you!

  88. Sneedy16 Says:

    I find it funny that some fans look at a player and thing that everyone fits in any system. Have you guys seen the Panthers Dline??? They basically have one on the best in the league. You put Luke behind the crap the Bucs had, and Barron went the the Panthers. We would be saying the same thing.

    Luke would get engulfed on every running play. His Dline blows up offenses, since it basically has 3 pro bowl type players on there compared to the Bucs which only has one. You would see the same fans on here saying “man we could of had Mark Barron” while he is playing SS in the Panthers defense, and received the same accolades as Luke.

  89. buchead407 Says:

    Didn’t we trade that pick to the cowboys…? And he was like the 14th pick wasn’t he?

  90. buchead407 Says:

    Scratch that. Thinking of something different

  91. [email protected] Roof Cleaning Says:

    I just can’t wait to see Barron in the new Tampa System that Lovie will implement.

  92. Macabee Says:


    LoL. We are in agreement! You need to read that sentence again, perhaps the double negative confused you!

  93. canadian bucsfan Says:

    Everyone likes to say we should have taken Luke K. but I think if we did we wouldn’t have traded up to get LVD and I would much rather LVD!

  94. Brandon Says:

    I was banging the Keuchly drum constantly before and during the draft. I still can’t believe we passed on him.

  95. canadian bucsfan Says:

    When it was our turn to pick that year I wanted Luke K but I think we did very good cause Barron is not a bust and people will see that this year. Then to get Lavonte David (who I think is better then Luke K) really helped our D out.

  96. Oahubuc Says:

    Sorry, I can’t find anything to get upset about with Barron or the first two rounds of that draft. Barron is on his way to becoming a great player, and we STOLE the better LB of the two (for us). I’m excited to see what Lovie does with him. He’ll be a top safety this season. Mark that down like when I said Freeman was just okay at the beginning of 2012 and got bashed for.

  97. Capt. Tim Says:

    Yes scheme matters a great deal when evaluating players.
    But not when they are repeatedly beaten in 1 on one coverage.
    That’s not a scheme issue. The marching order is” cover the TE”
    When you repeatedly can’t do that, against guys that are slower than you, it’s a skill level issue.

    Good thing is, I’m sure Smith/Frazier will sort it out. We have one player who can run support, cover TEs, and bring the Pain.
    His name is Goldson- not Barron.
    We need a free safety. Not two strong safeties. One of which has sub par coverage skills.

    Sure it will be addressed

  98. Charles Says:

    ….. We could have had kuechly and David…… Why god… Why