Might Suh And McCoy Be Waiting For Bucs?

March 11th, 2010

NFL Draft guru Justin Pawlowski, WDAE-AM, continues to track the rise of offensive tackle Russell Okung, who could be the No. 2 overall pick in April.

On his draft page at 620WDAE.com, Pawlowski offers the latest out of Okung’s Pro Day.

Joe has to fantasize. In this scenario, might the Bucs be crazy enough to keep their No. 3 pick and trade up for the No. 4 pick to grab both manbeast Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy? Not going to happen. But that would generate some serious excitement.

12 Responses to “Might Suh And McCoy Be Waiting For Bucs?”

  1. big007hed Says:

    I know it would never happen but that scenario of getting both it would be the most ridiculous draft day that I can remember for the Bucs

  2. RahDomDaBest Says:

    As crazy as that first sounded… if the Bucs pulled a Ricky Williams and got both of those DTs… that would be the 2nd greatest move of the franchise… behind trading for Jon Gruden so we could get a SB under our belts!

  3. Eric Says:

    I think the Dream’s head would explode if he had to think that scenario through on draft day.

  4. bucfanjeff Says:

    I might actually disengage from couch action with Rachel Watson and turn up the TV…

  5. Eric Says:


    Have they changed the time for First Round selections to 90 second intervals?

  6. bucfanjeff Says:

    LOL, oooh, more time, thought it was 60 – it will long be over by then.

  7. Radio Mushmouth Says:

    How about we just get ONE of them , and consider ourselves lucky…

  8. Burl Says:

    Anything is possible. Just to add a couple of real horses like that with some of the young talent they already have would serve them well for a long time. If not, just take who is still on the draft board. The rebuilding process is going to take a few more years. Suh or McCoy could be a big piece of the puzzle. Hang in there die hard Buc Fans.

  9. Fatsacks Says:

    both??? really??? Wow joe , those caybrews must be really tasty today my friend!! We can barely squeeze 6th rd future picks on journeyman wideouts…there is no way that the glazers are going to spend that kind of money on both of top rated DT’s…if by the grace of god we were shooting to upgrade picks i rather see us hit a different position and fill a need…like mcclain to bulk up our LB’s…lord knows just like the WR’s were thin there and not scary anybody from going across the middle. Im sure there some beast of a DT in the 3rd or 4th rd that could help bulk up the depth to what we draft that day!

  10. tampa2 Says:

    Yeah, Joe. And they are going to trade again and get Berry to go along with McCoy & Suh! The Glazers would rather have a heart attack that to pay out that money. I still say they’ll trade down to keep from paying the 1st round money.

  11. e2unes Says:

    JOE, why do you put these ideas in our heads?!?!? Mine in particular, cause now I feel like it’s possible… I’m in for the biggest let down on draft day now.. Watch, we wont even land one of those DTs.. Berry is solid, and he said if we don’t pick him, he’ll pick us… Soooo… Anyhow, mail me some Caybrews to Phoenix, we don’t have those out here..


  12. RahDomDaBest Says:

    Just for fun again… could you imagine how ridiculous our D-Line would be??? I mean, then ANYONE on the outside would look great.

    Teams would purposely NOT run up the middle in fear of our middle. It would be great.