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Florio’s take that the Bucs could wait to see what is available when they’re on the clock at pick 13 makes sense. If there’s not a player they value at that pick, and they can’t trade down, then it makes sense to pull the trigger and move that pick to the Jets for Revis. This only applies after they’ve seen the first 12 picks, though. Doesn’t apply the week before the draft.
I still maintain there’s a 50/50 chance the Bucs TRADE UP, NOT DOWN, in order to take Milliner. By leapfrogging the Jets they remove the Jets’ leverage of possibly selecting Milliner themselves and having a full house in their hand while the Bucs have a pair of deuces in comparison. If they allow the Jets to somehow maneuver to land Milliner for themselves then the Jets have enough leverage to tell the Bucs, “go f-ck yourselves.” If the Bucs can move up to land Milliner, though, they have leverage to tell Idzik, “trade us Revis at our price or you can take a flying leap into the nearest lake, a-shole.”