Bucs Add A Tight End

May 9th, 2014

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Now this has Joe totally stunned. After grabbing a tight end in free agency and already having one of the better tight ends in the NFL (look it up) in Tim Wright, a position not even close to a need, the Bucs draft a tight end/basketball player Austin Seferian-Jenkins of Washington.

Here is Seferian-Jenkins’ profile from NFL.com.

Looks the part. Has outstanding size and stature — presents a big target and dwarfs defensive backs. Uses physicality to create separation and can post up in the red zone. Athletic — spent time on the UW basketball team. Terrific movement skills and receiving ability for a big man. Surprising foot speed and agility — stretches the seam. Adjusts to throws and has soft hands. Has potential to be an effective in-line blocker — has size and core strength to seal defensive ends.

This is a stunner for Joe. They could have used another wide receiver. They could really use a guard. But they draft a position not of need.

Joe has given up trying to figure out Lovie.

Hope Luke Stocker is renting.

94 Responses to “Bucs Add A Tight End”

  1. NJBucsFan Says:

    3 te sets

  2. Matthew Says:

    The off the field DUI, people not liking his interviews & attitudes along with stress fractures being a pre-exisiting injury I’m a little underwhelmed. Would have preferred Marqise Lee instead for our glaring Slot WR hole. However, I’m hoping this kid pans out and we lead the league with our massive WR/TE corps all over 6′ 5”

  3. Pete I Says:

    Lots of tall big targets.

    No longer the twin towers but the triple towers!

  4. Greg Says:

    WTF are L&L doing???

  5. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    We have HUGE pass catchers! Get us a speedster and we are looking good.

  6. getaclue Says:

    Tedford referred to new England’s 2 te sets,they had grown and hernandez and got Ballard and viashanco, so I’m not shocked he was just serious,we got a basketball team now

  7. ShiverMeTimbers Says:

    I do NOT like the bucs picks at ALL. I am not a happy fan :/

  8. Sweets Willie Says:

    If you have seen ASJ play, you know he is a stud!! 6 6 nightmare matchup. Good blocker, our offense is a lot better. Great hands!

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    You can never have enough tight ends in a Tedford offense!!!

    I guess….I would have like to have seen Lee….but I’m OK with it….I think our two Olinemen were taken..

    I am glad we are focusing on offense….

  10. Couch Fan Says:

    If you dont know what the offense will look like then how can you say TE is not a need? You sure are quick to write off stats when it doesn’t suit you but apparently your equally as quick to point out stats when they do. LOL. Good pick Bucs!!

  11. BUChead Says:

    The top Guards disappeared, so they had to go BPA.

    “Basketball on Grass” as Mike Mayock said it!! Weapons! Excitement! I like it provided they can get a guard at some point in the draft.

    Joe, Tim Wright will probably move to WR at this point while still providing depth at TE if need be.

    Luke Stocker is a goner.

  12. Mychal Says:

    I see maybe Tim wright going back to wr?

  13. CounrtyBuc Says:

    feeling a little irritated, but maybe they are taking the current theme in the NFL of big DB’s and flipping it and making every receiving threat on offense a monster and making these big DB’s work for there money. Can’t figure it out myself Joe but maybe we will see Wright traded?

  14. CC Says:

    Smdh.Don’t get it.

  15. Snook Says:

    Let’s draft a small RB now. Morons.

  16. Kramer Says:

    Tedford has to find two good TE’s for his plan.

  17. getaclue Says:

    We already have 4 wrs with 4.3 to 4.4 speed people

  18. Frank Says:

    Man, you are such a huge downer

  19. Reality TV Says:

    Moving Wright to Slot?

  20. David Says:

    I’m actually glad that they did that. A lot of teams with a great QB has a great tight end available to them. Brady and Gronk, Brees and Graham, Kaepernick and Davis etc.

    I think that Lovey just wanted to get that next great tight end, since that has become a theme in the NFL, and he saw Jenkins as that guy. So I’m thinking while he likes Wright and Boss, he just couldn’t pass up on Jenkins.

    …not to mention Wright’s only played one season in the NFL, and wasn’t expected to be as great as he was. I see this as insurance as well for just in case he isn’t.

  21. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Finally…can we say goodbye to Luke?

  22. Tackleblockwin Says:

    Don’t forget Tim Wright…lol he is 6’4. The Tampa Towers!!!! We easily have best basketball team in NFL now.

  23. finishers Says:

    tim wright goes to wideout!

  24. MR.T Says:

    Agree with you on this Joe, didn’t see this one coming, possibly they had him as BPA. Maybe they plan on moving Wright to WR. Right now we have a big glut at the TE position. Stocker, Crabtree, Maneri, two of them will probably be gone. We are going to a load to deal with in the red zone with this guy, VJ and Evans.

  25. rayjay1122 Says:

    They must be banking on Demps for speed because otherwise I have no clue what they are doing. Maybe Tedford’s secret offense is a basketball – football hybrid? ??

  26. Andrew Says:

    I do not understand either, but the proof (good or bad) will be on the field.

  27. Blastoise Says:

    This pick is such a reach if you weigh in our needs… Jesus I hate this pick. Our OL is bleeding and we had a first round talent WR as BPA and we go TE. I’m so mad right now. L&L seems more second rate for every passing hour.

  28. NY Buc Says:

    Two offense picks for the Bucs…Lovie must be chomping at the bit to add a defensive player.

  29. Bill T Says:

    Hoped for him in the 3rd, but great red zone pickup….which is now a nightmare for opposing defenses. Great hands and very strong blocker. U will love the pick(s) when offense is much better next year

  30. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Many had us droping down in the first round and taking Ebron….why is this such a surprise?

    This guy is a monster!!!!

  31. gulfcoast Says:

    Hmmmmm…. Tim wright in the slot. I can dig it! Go bucs! Big targets, red zone nightmares for defenses!

  32. RastaMon Says:

    “Basketball on Grass”…Flyod Peters coined that phrase when he came to coach with the Bucs….90′s

  33. Orca Says:

    Complainers coming out to say they know better than L&L.

  34. Bucsqb12 Says:

    Bucs can get a slot receiver later. No guards worth that pick. Good value if the kid stays out of trouble. Plenty of weapons to compete in the NFC south now!!!!!

  35. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I think it’s so funny how people who have never seen this guy play are so against it. Talk about the definition of pure ignorance. I suspect he was the pick because the two guards got picked before our pick. Would you rather them reach and get a crappy guard, or take a really good TE to improve our last place offense????? Use your brains people.

  36. Greg Says:

    Maybe they are moving Wright to slot, so we’re going to need tal receivers to catch the prayers from McCown as he gets bum rushed because we have a crappy line!

  37. bucrightoff Says:

    If nothing else this is a clue to the offensive. Lots of 2 TE sets, likely with Wright primarily in the slot and Jenkins/Myers on the inside. Having four guys 6’4 or taller should be very valuable in the red zone.

  38. Matthew Says:

    Per Rappaport: The #Jets were furiously trying to trade up with the #Bucs, hoping to take WR Marqise Lee. Their fear was the #Jaguars would take him.

    Wish we would have; I think we could have still got Austin or at least gotten some more picks. I hope Austin is great but I’m skeptical for now.

  39. getaclue Says:

    He is a mix between jimmy graham and Julius Thomas with better hands watch and see, Joe just wants a name,watch more talk less

  40. IMiss#40 Says:

    If you question this pick you haven’t seen him play. MONSTER with great hands.

  41. Matthew Says:

    Haiwaiin I’ve seen him play and I don’t think he can’t play. The injury and off field stuff worries me. Espeically since we’ve just jettisoned a WR for similar stuff and had a previous TE cough MRSA Winslow cough who had similar issues. Not saying Austin won’t be successful, i’m excited to see him line up with VJAX/Evans towering over guys. however, with the report we could have gotten more picks trading back with the Jets, I hope Austin was worth passing on Lee and picks for him.

  42. ARealBucsFan Says:

    I don’t understand why we got this guy. First of all we didn’t need a TE as bad as we need a OT/G. Second he spent a year in jail for a DUI. Can we say we have another tenard Jackson like player with talent but a bunc of off the field issues. We could have even gone for a DL to help GMC. I just don’t understand this pick what so ever. Joe can you please shed some light on this topic a lil more cus now I’m really worried.

    PS for all the so called bucs fans out there that complain how joe writes. Can you please leave this blog because real bucs fans want to hear positive things instead of complaints. Christ before Evans has even touched the field all I heard was how horrible that pick was because you want a QB of the future have you ever thought we may do that for Jameis Wonston next year. When I mention his name people talk about the rape case where he was found innocent. And now the stealing of crab legs. He has everything a franchise would dream about. He’s got the size, strength, speed, and deadly accuracy as a passer. Now if we had him I would believe he could be the final piece to this organization to win for years to come. This year glennon or mcCown have enough pieces to win. Even a mediocre QB could win with all the weapons we have on offense.

  43. Bill T Says:

    Anthony Becht loves the pick “most upside of any TE in draft”

    His blocking skills help that offensive line everyone is bitching about too

  44. MadMax Says:

    Bruce Ellington in the 3rd for that explosion off the line speedster.

  45. kh Says:

    Seriously Joe is always negative, give it a rest. Quit acting like you know better then seasoned NFL people because you don’t.

    The obvious inference that the smarter then Joe comments section makes is that they view Wright as a WR and want to stack the offense with big targets forred zone and short yardage situations. I like it.

  46. bucray1 Says:

    wow joe , just no pleasing you is there. you’ve been crying for months about our”last place offense” so we go out and get 2 premier playmakers at their respective positions and you’re still not on board.i have a suggestion for you , maybe its time to take your blog to Cleveland.be sure to bring plenty of Kleenex.see ya

    Sorry, but we didn’t need a tight end. –Joe

  47. Tampa2 Says:

    Oh please Joe – Tim Wright is what 6-2, 6-3 barely 230lbs? Give me this 6-5 260lb freak any day at TE. There is still room for Wright to be in the slot or something on 3rd downs where he belongs.

    Actually, Joe talked to Wright extensively recently, and Wright has bulked up and slightly leaned out to 235 pounds. He hopes for 240 or more by preseason. –Joe

  48. Greg Says:

    Pretty much puts an end to Luke Stocker as a Buc finally, so guess it’s not that bad a pick, unless he goes down the Stocker road and is injured all the time.

  49. Nybucsfan Says:

    They can’t draft they five TE this is a joke I’m a die hard fan and this draft is making me sick looks like lovie really did take a year off this guys is so slow

  50. Matthew Says:

    No one knows anything. Not even the “seasoned NFL people”. Don’t take my word for it, go read the article on Five-Thirty-Eight where they tracked all GMs/Talent evaluators to basically show its completely random and its far more luck then anyone wants to believe. So analysis positive or negative is really silly. We either lucked out and Austin will be great, or maybe he’ll be average or maybe he’ll be terrible. we won’t know till he puts the pads on but all these people saying “TRUST THE EXPERTS” sorry but there are no real experts just guys in positions getting paid to act like ones. The NFL draft is a total lottery.

  51. Manzielski Says:

    Now that the kicker’s Achilles is healed (shooting guard), Josh McKown signed (point guard), Mike Evans (forward), and Sefarian-Jenkins (power forward).

    The Bucs just need a center and they’ll kick ass in the NFL basketball association.

    Maybe, that’s why they kept the giraffe.

  52. Nybucsfan Says:

    I think he can play but I don’t know about this early we have major needs

  53. BuckPuck Says:

    Maybe Tim Wright will play the slot?

  54. Broy34 Says:

    if anybody is confused about the pick heres the explanation….no QBS left worthy of a 2nd rounder…please point out these holes everyone mentions…TE(hole) GONE WR2 – Evans GONE …that leaves what? 1 linebacker? Casillas is fine and Foster and David is a good tandem…nothing wrong with Verner Banks Jenkins on top of what was already there…Akeem Spence McCoy Mcdonald in the middle….Bowers Johnson Gholston Clayborn on the edge…safeties are loaded in Barron Wright and Goldson….receivers are fine with the emergence of Wright and Demps who will both line up at wideout. McCown and Glennon isn’t thaaat bad…they’ll grab Murray…Running backs Martin Rainey and James(nasty backfield) Collins and Dotson at Tackle nicks will be fine…dietrich smith….

    THAT LEAVES TWO HOLES MAAAAAYBE……GUARD AND QB/LB…

    you people are overreacting and its a good draft…im sick of everyone in our division and in the league really having redzone threats and not us…now we have OPTIONS in the Red Zone

  55. hamilton Says:

    Has everybody forgot Joe did not want lovie as coach.

    Ummm. Let’s not make stuff up. Lovie was not Joe’s first choice, but Joe never thought Lovie was unqualified or a bad pick. –Joe

  56. MR.T Says:

    Here’s some commentary from Chris Simms and 2 others on this pick.

    Joe is not a message board. Thanks. –Joe

  57. Kevin Says:

    Can’t wait until all of our 6’4 T.E, two 6’5 WR’s and 6’6 TE are catching TD’s and first down’s left and right and all of these fans bitching go 100% silent. THIS TEAM HAS NEVER EVER HAD THIS TYPE OF FIRE POWER ON OFFENSE!!! THIS IS GOOD!!! VJAX, EVANS, WRIGHT, JENKINS ALL LINED UP AT THE SAME TIME!!!!! THEN YOU HAVE ONE OF OUR EXPLOSIVE BACKS LINED UP BEHIND THE QB. Defenses will NEVER know what we are going to do. Year in year out we have had horrible offenses and I find it amusing that everyone blames it on the QB every single year. I’ll eat my words if our offense is not a top twelve this year but I am happier than I have ever been for our offense. This is going to be good. It’s obvious that with them drafting Evans and a tight end with the first two picks, that this will be a very creative offense. I am happy! I think the reason they have not gone OL yet is because this offense will be so up tempo there will not be much time to get to the QB. Can’t wait to see who else we get. Wouldn’t mind seeing a third pass catcher in a speedy slot guy sometime before tomorrow is over.

  58. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    “I don’t understand why we got this guy. First of all we didn’t need a TE as bad as we need a OT/G. Second he spent a year in jail for a DUI.”

    —–

    Spoken like someone who doesn’t know jack. He spent a day in jail, not a year MORON! Learn the information first before you spout off. Makes you look really stupid.

  59. Harry Says:

    Why do we always do this? It doesn’t matter who the GM or coach is, they get stupid in the draft. We need another WR or a OG (or 2!) and we draft a freaking TE, AND WE PASSED ON LEE and EALY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OMG!!!

  60. Broy34 Says:

    Matthew I cant believe you said its a lottery…if its a lottery the Patriots wouldn’t have good drafts every year, Oakland wouldn’t define Oakland every pick(when Al Davis was alive) if it was a lottery, poker my friend, its poker….you need to get a couple good hands but some better than others

  61. ColiBUC Says:

    Was arrested in March 2013 for DUI following a late-night car accident (blood-alcohol level was 0.18); pleaded guilty, paid a $695 fine and was sentenced to 364 days in jail, 363 of which were suspended. Also was suspended for the season opener against Boise State. Broke his right pinkie finger during fall camp and had surgery to insert a pin in the finger. Combine examination revealed a stress fracture in his right foot, which required surgery and precluded him from working out. Missed his April 2 pro day because he was still recovering. This may be the worst second round pick since Dexter Jackson out of Appalachian State.

  62. feelthepewterpower Says:

    Sorry, but we didn’t need a tight end. –Joe

    —————————————————

    was thinking the same too, BUT, listening to Chris Landry today…..the key is to draft for best fit, not need even if the position is full.

    Still helps to fill needs, though. –Joe

  63. Harry Says:

    I am so pissssed. I thought this crap would stop. Yea, I am sure they “outsmarted” everyone in the league. There has to be something in the Bucs franchise agreement that they agreed to never have a franchise QB or a scary 3-reciever set.

  64. Matthew Says:

    Broy it is a lottery. I’m glad you mentioned the Patriots. They’ve been horrendous drafting post-Brady. Go look at their track records in the draft post Brady pick which by EVERY ACCOUNT was total luck. He covers lots of hole for the Pats for years. But hey don’t take my word for it: there’s actual DATA to back up that idea: Google”no team can beat the draft”.

  65. Matthew Says:

    Broy it is a lottery. I’m glad you mentioned the Patriots. They’ve been horrendous drafting post-Brady. But hey don’t take my word for it: there’s actual DATA to back up that idea: Google: five thirty eight, no team can beat the draft.

  66. Matthew Says:

    Sorry it is a lottery. I’m glad you mentioned the Patriots. They’ve been horrendous drafting post-Brady. Go look at their track records in the draft post Brady pick which by EVERY ACCOUNT was total luck. He covers lots of hole for the Pats for years. But hey don’t take my word for it: there’s actual DATA to back up that idea: Google: five thirty eight, no team can beat the draft.

  67. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    HE SERVED ONE DAY IN JAIL. smh

  68. Harry Says:

    @feelthepewterpower Says:
    “…..the key is to draft for best fit, not need even if the position is full…”

    We NEEDED another WR. Marquis Lee was still on the board and is rated a 1st rd prospect. But of course we did not pick him. MIN did right behind us. Ealy, a DT who is also rated higher than our new TE was still on the board. Both of these player are better. But we got CUTE

  69. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Harry,

    What if Marquise Lee was determined to not be a good WR? He’d be about the 5th straight high pick WR from USC to not pan out. He’s not a slow WR anyway. He struggles mightily against press coverage, and he did most of his work against weaker competition. Just because you’ve heard of the guy and he’s “supposed” to be good, doesn’t mean he will be. You have to pick the guy you think is going to be a better player. You don’t just reach for a guy you don’t feel is going to be successful.

  70. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    *He’s not a slot WR*

  71. Bill Says:

    There is actual data to back up the idea it’s more lottery then skill.

  72. Matthew Says:

    Google five thirty eight, no team can beat the draft.

  73. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Matthew,

    You are doing a poor job of proving your ridiculous point. While drafting definitely involves a little luck, it also involves a great amount of skill. It’s not a coincidence that the same teams continue to draft well, and the same teams continue to draft poorly. Just stop it already, because no on in their right mind is going to go with your ridiculous theories, no matter what you have them google.

  74. Harry Says:

    @Hawaiian Buc Says:
    “…What if Marquise Lee was determined to not be a good WR? … You don’t just reach for a guy you don’t feel is going to be successful…”

    Hawaiian, I am surprised at you. I usually agree with much of what you say. But, Lee is NOT a reach. He is rated as belonging in the high 20′s as a pick. Same for Ealy. We NEEDED a 3rd WR. We DID NOT need a TE. We NEEDED more speed in our WR group[. ASJ IS a REACH. He has many question marks. He was projected to be picked late 2nd round or into the 3rd. THIS IS NOT AS GOOD A PICK AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN. L&L got freaking CUTE

  75. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Oh please this pick is fine.

  76. BucsfaninChina Says:

    JBF readers can be such queens sometimes.

  77. Harry Says:

    And Hawaiian, why is Lee not a slot WR? He has good speed. I think he would be great there. But if he isn’t, why can’t we put VJ or Evan there? If you have 3 great WRs – you adjust. Tedford is supposed to be an offensive guru – I am sure he could have worked this out. ASJ is a poor pick

  78. Harry Says:

    @BucsfaninChina Says:
    “…Oh please this pick is fine…”

    It may be “fine”, but its not what it could have been. We needed other positions much more and there was better talent on the board to fill those NEED positions. Its not a good choice. As I said, it may turn out to be fine, but it was NOT the best choice.

  79. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Harry,

    But you are completely missing the point. Not all WR’s are going to pan out in this draft. That’s a fact. If the team determines there aren’t any Wr’s available that are going to contribute, then they shouldn’t pick them. Simple as that.

    Also, you don’t know what our plans are. Maybe we feel like we have a great 3rd WR already on the roster. Maybe they think there’s an unknown in the later rounds. Maybe they convert Wright to a WR. You just don’t know. However, every team rates players differently. Just because Mayock, or anyone else, rates a guy high doesn’t mean that’s the Bible. The team has to determine that on their own. They obviously did just that, so just roll with it.

    I, for one, have never been impressed with Lee. I see him quite a bit out here in Hawaii. He is great against poor competition. Against good competition, he is silent.

  80. Harry Says:

    Hawaiian, time will tell. I obviously don’t like the pick at all. But we will see.

  81. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Harry,

    He’s not a slot WR because that’s not what he played in college. He’s not a quick, shifty guy. He’s a #2 WR, and in case you missed it, we just drafted a #2.

    Tedford is almost certainly going to emulate a lot of what NE does with the 2 TE sets. For that, we needed another TE. Even if one goes down due to injury, we should still be in decent shape. Plus, this guy is a monster blocking TE.

  82. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Harry,

    It’s borderline crazy for ANYONE to judge a draft now. Half the guys that are thought to be great will be out of the league in a couple years. We all have a tendency to fall in love with guys we’ve heard of, guys that are supposed to be high picks that fall. Fact of the matter is, a lot of times they fall for a reason.

  83. Kevin Says:

    You naysayers are complete idiot couch potatoe morons. How is this not good? 3 gigantic receivers in the red zone and all you can do is gripe and whine. Nothing they did would be praised by everyone but if you don’t like this pick and the threat they now have on offense which they’ve never EVER had please stop watching footie ball and go play soccer for Pete’s sakes. Go bucs! Offense 2 in a row. I believe lovie learned from his mistakes in the past and will not make the same mistakes twice. Some of the idiot mob just looks backwards but for me and the new bucs team we look forward. Get on or get off but please shut your stupid 12 year old mouths. Like you know more than they do while you work your lawn care job or pool job and they make the decisions. Your not mad at l&l your mad at your pathetic life!!

  84. Matthew Says:

    Hawaiian its not my “ridiculous theory”. It’s verifiable fact backed up by numbers and analytics. Just saying something is so doesn’t make it so. Teams being good long term neither proves or disproves they know how to draft better then other teams. The best & most consistent teams in the league over the past 20 years had HoF QBs, the few teams that managed to be equally competitive sans a great QB got there by hitting on some late draft picks who turned out to be studs. Now you’ll say SEE THEY DRAFTED A STUD, but even they passed over the guy for a lesser player in earlier rounds. Take your fandom and emotion out of it. I know it breaks your heart that Mel Kiper and Mcshay and all these scouts don’t have some super powers but it’s not really a crazy theory. No one is saying there’s ZERO skill, just that it’s GREATLY overrated & overstated. The fact that you refuse to even read up on the subject shows me all I need to know about your ability to make a logical or coherent argument.

  85. Matthew Says:

    I’ll leave with this as I don’t anticipate further discussion of the topic with you will generate any real legitimate debate. Bottom line I hope Austin is a stud and becomes a Pro Bowl TE for us for years to come. However, YOU, ME, and The Bucs right now have ZERO clue if he’ll be good or not come Sunday. All the tape, pre-draft workouts, talking head bs in the world won’t be able to figure that out before he lines up in a meaningful game. Pretending otherwise is just silly, but hey pass your free time however you wish. Cheers.

  86. Justin Says:

    Love it, emulate success…now they have threats all over the field..put in Jeff demps as a slot and Doug Martin out of the backfield, glennon can pick his poison with size or speed

  87. Harry Says:

    Hawaiian, I like and trust L&L. But that does not mean they are not open to criticism or questioning what they do. Look at the Panthers. Do you really think it was a good idea they did not retain any of their starting WRs? As it is right now, they will start all rookies at WR – its a position that can take a couple of years to learn how to play, in addition to the poor success rate the position has. 2015 and ’16, they might be great. But next year, Cam is going to look like he doesn’t know how to play QB.

    I think the CLE homeless man helped L&L with this 2nd rd pick, lol

  88. Mike Says:

    If the bucs play good this year all the Debbie Downers should have to be Jacksonville fans. No matter who the bucs picked you guys would find a reason to complain. Let’s just see what happens. I am sure as hell a lot more excited to be a bucs fan than I have ever been other then when they won the Superbowl.

  89. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    @Matthew,

    The only person that has no clue is you.

  90. Bk Says:

    Joe Why bother with these responses. I don’t get that and think it undermines your credibility. Your better than these armchair gm posters on here. No matter what u say they won’t be happy.

    TE makes good sense. Stocker and Crabtree are injury garbage. Wright is not an first string nfl te. Sorry but the reason his stats were average was cuz of capt checkdown. 230 lbs at te is not going to help the running game either.

  91. Matthew Says:

    @Hawaiian Excellent retort. Don’t let reading, logic, or thinking critically get in the way of a dumb opinion.

  92. Mike Says:

    Ok I take my last comment back- they just picked a RB? I just threw up in my mouth. Someone or a couple of our RB are getting traded.

  93. Celly Says:

    The Bucs just need a center and they’ll kick ass in the NFL basketball association.

    I would be wrong, but I believe Dotson played basketball as well…maybe even center.

  94. BoJim Says:

    ARealBucsFan Said:

    “PS for all the so called bucs fans out there that complain how joe writes. Can you please leave this blog because real bucs fans want to hear positive things instead of complaints.”

    “Slowly walks away with his head hung low.”

    Were not getting Jameis “Wonston” next year. We’re going to win a few more games throwing us way down in the first round.

 
 

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