“As Many As They Can Get”

February 28th, 2013

Former Super Bowl-winning coach Brian Billick suggests Bucs rock star general manager Mark Dominik may pull a Mike Ditka and draft nothing but cornerbacks in April’s draft. Billick joined Charles Davis and Laura Okmin to discuss the Bucs’ draft needs in this FoxSports.com video.

10 Responses to ““As Many As They Can Get””

  1. Cecilia19 Says:

    lame, any national stuff not joebucsfan is usually innacurate. unless it is mayock, these people are el llamo. they said 17, dont we draft 13?

  2. CT Bucs Says:

    Waste of Time.

  3. NJBucsFan Says:

    Billick is an idiot

  4. SteveK Says:

    Charles Davis was “stunned” by Freeman down the strecth, “especially how the ball left his hand, and kept ending up in the other teams’ hands”.

    Exactly, both of them “believe” in Josh, so that has to be a good sign.

    Here is to hope for a 2013 Freeman.

  5. Macabee Says:

    No need to panic or go overboard! There will be more low hanging fruit than we will be able to pick. We need to keep our powder dry and let things unfold. Davis, Dominik, and Schiano has got this!

    RotoWorld – The Charlotte Observer’s Joe Person says “all indications I’ve received are” that the Panthers will release CB Chris Gamble.
    “They’ve kind of cut bait. I’ve not heard any talk about anything other than a straight cut,” said Person. Gamble, 30 next Month, will not be offered a pay cut, and his current cap number sits at $10.95 million, third-highest on the team. He’s likely to enter a deep free-agent corner market, so Gamble could be a bargain for some team.

  6. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    I hope we don’t forget to upgrade our non existent pass rush as well ?

  7. Mr Lucky Says:

    I have one word for this story…


  8. Neil Says:

    Doesn’t matter, I don’t recall anyone predicting that the Bucs were even interested in Mark Barron this past draft. We just don’t know until the day of.

  9. 4everBucsFan Says:

    If there is a run on CBs in the bottom of the first and top of the second round like I suspect, the Bucs need to draft a CB with the first pick, or be left in the cold, for a premium CB, before their 2nd round pick. Miami is pick #12 and their are rumblings coming out that they are considering CB Xavier Rhodes, even though he’s considered a later round choice. Is Miami over-reaching? Perhaps, but when the talent level drops-off the cliff after the top 5 CB, you either bite the bullet and draft one early, or be left looking for scraps later.

  10. Mavsmoney Says:

    I believe that last years draft gives dominik the benefit of the doubt when it comes to the draft. I seriously doubt he takes an OL or CB in first round based on his history and if those are bpa then he’s gonna trade down.