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16 Responses to “The Latest On Darrelle Revis And The Bucs”
So in short, another “news” post that contains no news…this all Revis all the time is really wearing thin. How about covering coaches’ views of some other parts of the team like how the team plans to use Barron and Goldson given that both are strong vs. the run but weaker vs. the pass. How do you utilize two strong safeties on the field at the same time?
The Revis saga is shaping the Bucs offseason. That’s not on Joe. That’s on the Bucs. Joe has plenty of non-Revis content on the site. As for Bucs’ coaches views, the team has yet to make its new secondary coach available, and Greg Schiano won’t dive into meaningful Xs and Os at this point in the offseason. Also, Goldson is not weak against the pass at all. –Joe
How about covering coaches’ views of some other parts of the team like how the team plans to use Barron and Goldson given that both are strong vs. the run but weaker vs. the pass. How do you utilize two strong safeties on the field at the same time?
Kind of hard to talk to assistants when they are not just off limits to the fourth estate, they are in round-the-clock draft meetings.
I don’t think we should trade anything to move up to draft Milliner, he’s a good to very good prospect, but not great. He’s the best prospect in a class that has no Top Flight talent at the position. Most other drafts, he’d likely be a mid-1st to early-2nd round pick.
If he’s there at 13, which isn’t likely, go ahead an draft him, otherwise the drop off is talent/potential is not that steep between Milliner and players like Rhodes, Trufant or even Banks.
I do like the idea of using one of our 4ths to move back into round 1 or round 2, if there’s a player we like there. Getting 3 picks in the top 2 rounds is almost always a good thing.