Bucs In Nice Spot

April 2nd, 2018

Sweet spot.

From Joe’s point of view, the Bucs could luck out.

Despite beefing up the defensive line, you cannot tell Joe the Bucs couldn’t use Bradley Chubb to terrorize opposing quarterbacks for the next 12 years.

The Bucs don’t have a hole at running back, it’s a freaking crater. Saquon Barkley very well could be the final piece to that puzzle — besides, the Bucs need a strong running back to play keepaway from their own defense led by projected starting cornerback Ryan Smith.

Joe understands some Bucs fans wet themselves over this Quenton Nelson character at guard. Joe doesn’t get it, but oh well.

The Bucs might, just might, from Joe’s standpoint, get lucky and have a stud drop from the sky.

It seems, cranky Greg Gabriel sees the same view. The former Bears scouting director and loose cannon on Twitter believes the Bucs are going to get a steal at No. 7.

@greggabe: The non-QB needy teams in top 10 are happy as hell with the way this draft is going to go. They’re going to get the best players in this draft fall in their laps

Bucs coach Dirk Koetter all but said the same thing last week on SiriusXM NFL Radio, but Joe isn’t sure if Koetter was posturing or not. It’s not crazy to think the Bucs could trade back with another quarterback-starved team.

Yes, the draft is this month — this month!

Be there for Thursday’s Round 1, April 26. Arrive early. Return for Rounds 2 and 3 the following day.

58 Responses to “Bucs In Nice Spot”

  1. Easy Says:

    If Nelson is still on the board I hope they dont trade back.

  2. K_Bassuka Says:

    We have too many holes to draft a G at 7. We could trade back with Buffalo and maybe get their two firsts and another pick.

  3. Bucballbaby84 Says:

    Nows the time to pick up a safety in free agency!!! Get r done!!!

  4. Locked In Says:

    I think it will be 3 top QBs and Barkley, Chubb, Nelson 1-6. We’ll get choice of what’s left or trade down… unless we trade up!

  5. Wausa Says:

    The Bucs have a crater at Safety, Running Back and Corner

    If I were the Bucs I would stay right where they are at 7(Unless they get a great offer) and draft Saquan Barkley if he falls to them or Derwin James.

  6. Jonzey Says:

    We don’t need Nelson we need Safety and Running back. We addressed the Line in free agents.

  7. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The Bucs have too many needs not to trade back at 7……Unless one of the “Big Three” are there…..and yes Joe, whether you get it or not….Nelson is one of them and the Bucs would not make a mistake by drafting a likely 10-year pro-bowler.
    Yes, there will be a great DB available and we will have our pick….but we should also find a trading partner wanting the pick on that 4th QB…..The extra picks will get us an extra DB….a DE, RB & OG.

  8. Bucnjim Says:

    Get the best player available! If that happens to be nelson then so be it. Reaching for need only gets teams in trouble with their first round picks. If the players talent does not match the number 7 pick trade down.

  9. IndianaBuc Says:

    I agree ^^^^^

  10. AlteredEgo Says:

    Why would a QB needy team trade up with the Bucs @ 7….when they KNOW the Bucs will not be taking a QB….they’ll be talking to the number 8 team and lower…..riddle me that trade downers ?

  11. Bucnjim Says:

    Plenty of time to reach in the later rounds.

  12. Armybucsfan Says:

    I completely agree with you Joe…. we have a have a huge need at running back and if the Bucs have the balls they can trade up to get one of the best we have seen since Adrian Peterson. Shaquon Barkley should be our main focus in this draft. We still have some decent saftet’s Still available in free agency, we beefed up our D-line, now we have to get Barkley at ANY COSTS. We need to stop complaining about the picks we would have to give up to get him and realize he is the final piece to make this offense lethal. Our defense doesn’t have to become the defense of our glory days when you have an offense that can score at will. Do you agree joe ?

  13. QBKilla Says:

    If Baker Mayfield is still on the board at 7, we’ll get some offers.

  14. NJBucsFan Says:

    There are a couple of decent young Safeties that we should have in for a visit

    Kenny Vaccaro, Tre Boston, and Terrence Brooks can all start for the Bucs and play well. The will come cheap and should not keep us from drafting a Safety but they could also allow us not to reach at 7

  15. IsrBuc Says:

    had the price for trading up to get chubb was 3rd round pick, wouldn’t you rather have chubb? Its a theoretical question but its interesting

  16. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    That last second win in the last game of the year really cost the bucs big time, they would be in a prime spot to trade down and get a nice little haul and then get a great prospect in round 1 and then maybe 2-3 in round 2, nelson, then get an RB in round 2, then go get a FA corner and safety because there are several available that are much better than the slugs the bucs have, total shame that the top 11 pick the bucs nabbed at corner cannot start on this team at corner

  17. darin Says:

    Its simple. The bucs arent taking a qb. But IF they traded the pick to a qb needy team, then that team takes a qb. Plus teams at 8, 9, 10 etc might not be willing to trade. Theres a bunch of variables in play in trades. Now Buf definitely wont trade for the number 7 pick before the draft. If they trade up before the draft itll be the top 5. If they see their guy fall out of the top 5 then they start calling every team next up, in that order. If they dont get 7 and get 8 then say Arz trades up for 7 and takes their guy they just wasted alot of picks and buffalos new gm is already on the hot seat. Many more factors too. There its been riddled.

  18. Defense Rules Says:

    AlteredEgo, I agree with you about the trade-down scenario (everyone knows we won’t take a QB) BUT … it may end up being more complicated than that since Licht may be more willing to trade down than those below us are. In any event, I’m not in favor of trading down UNLESS there’s a king’s ransom to be had (doubtful at #7). Would much rather see us pick the BPA that meets one of our priority needs (RB, DE/DT, CB or SS). Would love to have Nelson BUT we have higher-priority needs than Guard IMO.

  19. SteveK Says:

    We have a need for the best player available.

    If Nelson is on the board st 7, assuming Chubb and Barkley aren’t there, then you pull the trigger. Simple as that.

    Don’t reach for a lesser talent just because. That would be awful and keep us in the NFC S Basement.

  20. BetterBuccinBelieveIt Says:

    Holy Cow Buc faithfull!

    I am LIKING what I’m hearing from @ARMYBUCSFAN!! Yes sir. I am 1000% percent on board with what he/she is selling. This Bucs fan has long since been toting this rock for the only REAL difference-maker in this draft, in SA-QUON, Say-gone Barkley, especially considering where the realistic current circumstances of the Bucs roster and team composition lie.

    Thank you @ARMYBUCSFAN…very nice to have another stalwart on board the insurgency train toward the SA-QUON Sweepstakes!

    Go Bucs! Go Bold! Go Barkley! Go Primetime!

  21. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    If By Some Miracle, Quenton Nelson’s still on the board at #7; draft’em.
    And have One of the Best Young Interior Offensive Lines In The League.

    Then you can put any combination you like in the backfield.
    No matter who it is – dem dudes will open up running lanes.

    Potential Depth Chart
    C.J. Anderson | Peyton Barber | John Kelly

  22. SteveK Says:

    Drafting a lesser talent base on need is a clear recipe for disaster. We have a need for the best damn player available.

    If any of the big three are there at 7, then you draft them.

    If not, and the price is right, trade down.

    If we are stuck picking outside of the big 3 and not trading down then flip a coin for Vita Vea and Marcus Davenport. Simple as that. Trench warfare. We’ve neglected trenches for far too long.

  23. SCBucsFan Says:

    AE because someone else could be targeting that pick at 7

  24. BetterBuccinBelieveIt Says:

    Remember Buc faithful…..should SOMEHOW (not likely) Saquon make it to #5 for Denver’s spot, and Elway perhaps still has Mayfield on the board, there’s a real chance that Elway takes Mayfield, which….(AND HERE’S MY POINT)…leads Miami at #11, and Washington at #13 to immediately call Indy to try and screw the Bucs, with such an obvious need for SA-QUON.

    BOTH Miami at #11 and Washington at #13 will try to leapfrog the Bucs should Saquon get to (eventually) #6 Indy, but I don’t think Saquon gets past 4.

    File it away.

    Go Bucs!

  25. Cobraboy Says:

    For years the Bucs lines have struggled. They have been mauled on both sides of the LOSgoing back maybe a decade.

    It’s the Big Uglies that win football games, not the shiny objects.

    When #7 comes around I hope the Bucs grab Nelson if Barkley is gone.

    Look around: the franchises that consistently win have superior line play and a solid QB. Grabbing skill positions out if need (Hargraves) does nothing for the point of attack.

    Licht knows this. Two DL and a solid C in FA, and a DE trade is a start. Another franchise OL would be a big win.

    I’m also a big fan of Vea. Dude is a monster load.

  26. Bucsfanman Says:

    Why do people keep saying “Safety” is a need? Yes, it can use an upgrade but what do you expect when the d-line can’t get close enough to the QB to even say “hello” and your corners are playing 10 yards off.
    Conte is fine, Evans is improving, and Tandy is a more than capable back-up. CORNER, on the other hand….um, not good.
    Please let one of the “Top 3” drop to us. Make it easy for us.

  27. LUVMYBUCS Says:

    All we heard all season long was how Depth & Dominate – Philly’s Offensive & Defensive Lines were.

    No matter, who was toting the rock (Ajayi or Blount) – that Interior Offensive Line dominated.

    No matter who throwing the rock – that interior line gave the QB a clean pocked to step into.

    The success of an offensive football team hinges on its ability to control the line of scrimmage. So drafting Nelson at 7, is a step in the right direction.

  28. passthebuc Says:

    on Nelson
    all wars are won in the trenches. We do not have a clue how good our existing backs are because of the hideous trench play.
    You gave JW all the receivers any QB could ask for and look at the results.
    football starts with the line play on both sides of the ball. When we won the super bowl, our QB was not on his way to the HOF. It was the trench play that made the rest of the team purr.

  29. Gambelero Says:

    Altered’s Riddle has kind of been answered, but the key to the answer is that MULTIPLE teams covet a QB. If you’re say Buffalo, and you think, “We won’t trade with the Bucs; we’ll wait and trade with the Bears or some lower,” you’ll get beat out by Miami or Arizona or Washington or Denver.

    Unfortunately, the answer to the riddle means that any team looking to make a move will have already done so. Did you notice that Cleveland, Indy and we Bucs had Vita Vea on a valuable personal visit. Why are those three teams bringing in an 11-19 guy (and other 11-15 players) while Miami, Buffalo and Arizona haven’t?

  30. SteveK Says:

    We must take the BPA. It would be ludicrous and stupid as hell to pass on Nelson in favor of anyone else not named Brad Chubb or Saquon Barkley.

    Remember when Rock Star passed on Keuchly for Mark Barron? I do. Can’t pass on a potential all-pro bc you have a “need”. I have a “need” as a Buc Fan, I need the team to not be so damn stupid when drafting.

    BPA or get the hell out of football.

  31. neal Says:

    “Why would a QB needy team trade up with the Bucs @ 7….when they KNOW the Bucs will not be taking a QB….they’ll be talking to the number 8 team and lower…..riddle me that trade downers ?” Same reason the Bears traded up one spot for a QB. If there is more than one qb needy team after us the fear of the other teams moving into our spot should be enough to get a deal done. It’s pretty simple logic.

  32. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    Agree with you 100% at least in the early rounds. I don’t mind doing some “need drafting” after the first couple of rounds but most of the “generational” players are gone unless you get lucky in round 3 and beyond…I know plenty of exceptions but by an large those first two rounds contain the future “stars”.

    If you see a future star (I agree with this board on the big three) then you have to pick them if they become available.

    I think the major debate for this year is not on who we want at the top but who we’re willing to spend a 7th on before bailing and trading down. It’s the big three! If they grabbed Vea I would not be upset though because of his tremendous upside. He at least “could” become a star.

  33. NFLNut Says:

    As I said months ago:


  34. gotbbucs Says:

    I love draft season, and I hate it.

  35. ndog Says:

    Joe understands some Bucs fans wet themselves over this Quenton Nelson character at guard. Joe doesn’t get it, but oh well.

    Anyone who doesn’t understand drafting the best players you can, especially, when you don’t even have a returning starter at that position, really doesn’t understand football. Or they just repeat themselves over and over and over and over. Hey speaking of that have you guys heard somewhere that the Bucs can’t develop a cornerback?

  36. SteveK Says:

    Quentin Nelson’s draft profile: overall score 7.34:

    HT: 6’5″ WT: 329LBS.
    SCHOOL: Notre Dame
    ARM LENGTH: 33 3/4″
    HANDS: 10 3/8″
    Defensive linemen facing Nelson and Mike McGlinchey on the left side of the Irish’s line usually had a long day ahead of them. Nelson is a tough New Jersey kid who earned second-team USA Today All-American honors as a high school senior and was ranked in the top 50 overall recruits nationally as a guard. Notre Dame didn’t need him to suit up as a freshman, however, so he redshirted. Nelson got his chance in 2015, starting 11 of 12 games played at left guard (missing parts of two games with an ankle injury) next to 2016 first-round pick Ronnie Stanley. He and McGlinchey then manned the left side in all 12 games of the Irish’s disappointing 2016 season, though scouts weren’t disappointed with Nelson’s ability to move the line of scrimmage low and strong, as well as force defenders to the ground with regularity.
    BROAD JUMP: 105.0 INCH
    3 CONE DRILL: 7.65 SEC
    20 YARD SHUTTLE: 4.62 SEC
    Built like a bank safe with wide hips, broad chest and powerful limbs. Known for intimidating power. Rarely beaten by power alone. Comes out of the blocks with good pad level. Unlocks powerful hips into contact. Can forklift defenders out of the gap creating massive running lanes. Extremely aggressive at point of attack and isn’t happy until he is imposing his will. Premier double team blocker along with teammate Mike McGlinchey. Uses plus leg drive to cave-in down blocks. Moves laterally and in space with adequate fluidity. Works his feet and hips into position to keep blocks secured. Has core strength and body control to make rare recoveries when beaten. Field aware and able to adjust his assignment. Pass sets from desired posture with wide base and evenly distributed weight. Punch is compact and powerful. Fires hands like pistons and is almost always first into the frame with jolt and extension. Able to lock out rushers and maintain complete control with quality mirror through rep. Has hand strength to snatch and sustain in pass pro and run game.
    Has a tendency to drop his head into contact in front of him. Will lose sight of his target and whiff against slanting, arm-over specialists. Was on the ground more than he should be against Wake Forest defensive tackles looking to shoot gaps. Has a slight hitch when coming out of his stance as a pull blocker. Lingers on secure blocks a fraction too long before moving up to linebackers. May have to expedite his pace against NFL defenses. Still room for improvement in pass protection and keeping athletic rushers centered. Has had some injury concerns over the years.
    Draft Projection
    Round 1 (top 10)
    Sources Tell Us
    “He’s so unique because he’s big, but he’s not fat. He’s one of the best run blockers I’ve ever evaluated, but he’s not a liability in pass protection Mike Iupati is. He’s also an alpha who can bring and ass-kicking mindset into your position room.” – NFC team personnel executive
    NFL Comparison
    Larry Allen
    Bottom Line
    Elite guard prospect with outstanding size, rare power and a block finisher who can make tape room sessions uncomfortable for most opponents. Nelson is technically sound and is unlikely to face a long adjustment period once he gets into the league. Nelson may need to make sure and keep his play speed high and prevent against taking his eyes off of his target when coming off the ball. Nelson has the traits and talent to become an All-Pro guard for years to come.

    -Lance Zierlein

  37. SteveK Says:


    No brainer. Who doesn’t want a “Larry Allen” kind of prospect?

  38. Rob W Says:

    I Barkley, Chubb or Nelson is available at 7 we should draft that player. They are the 3 top non QB prospects in the draft. If you can draft a potential all pro you have to do it. If none of those are available a top QB will be and we should trade down for more picks, we have so many holes to fill

  39. M0J0 Says:

    Exactly what Rob W said. Take one of the top 3 talents, and if none available, trade down, then take the BPA from there.

  40. Pickgrin Says:

    The only way to screw up our draft position this year is to trade up because of some perceived desperate need. Joe has already advocated for that with both Chubb and Barkley btw – LOL.

    We are going to get a GREAT prospect no matter what. Chubb, Nelson, Barkley, James…

    Those guys are ALL legit top 5 talents. And fortunately they all play a position of relative “need” that the Buccaneers have. One of them will be available at #7 (James being the most likely of course – but you never know).

    If one of those 4 is not available at #7 – then there’s a very high probability we will be getting a very attractive trade down offer for the 3rd best QB.

    CB is probably our biggest “need” and its a fairly strong class coming out – but none are worthy of the #7 pick. Ward is very fast – but will likely rate in the 10>15 group. Not top 10. Thus would we a reach and a risk picking him at #7. Minkah is a great prospect – but not for us. He’s more of a free safety – a position we already have covered nicely w/ J. Evans and/or a slot corner (currently being manned by our previous reach for a DB at #11 – 2 years ago – SMH).

    Josh Jackson at #22 would be pretty good value IMO if we were to trade back with Buffalo and get both of their 1sts.

  41. 813bucboi Says:

    I want nelson @7…….if he’s gone, I would be cool with d.james…..best thing we could do IMO is trade down if nelson and chubb are gone…..

    #NOEXCUSESIN2018!!!!!….GO BUCS!!!!!

  42. JonBuc Says:

    More like unlucky # 7….Nelson at best…and like Joe…underwhelmed at the prospect of a guard at 7. The 5th pick is the actual catbird seat…which the Bucs had before JW went wild during the final drive of the season.

  43. Bucamania Says:

    Saquon or Nelson for me please.

  44. Cobraboy Says:

    I don’t trust a DE drafted high to be all that. DE’s who were high picks seem to have a huge bust factor like QB’s.

  45. ndog Says:

    Trading back and getting Davenport and Josh Jackson would be ideal, too bad I just don’t see it happening.

  46. Tony from Los Angeles Says:

    Nelson at 7 and a young DE in round 2 to complete the trench warfare overhaul.


  47. DanBucsFan Says:

    IMO, Nelson would be the pick if available. If not I would love to see D. James be the pick, cb is more of a need but I am not sold on Ward @7, but James is a alpha stud at ss. Not only is he an immediate upgrade but his presence at ss would be so amazing and something we haven’t had since Lynch. Also love James as a leader of our defemse, he pushes his teammates on and off the field and is a total dawg. We need more dawgs on defense, I envision him and Kwon leading our defense as Captains and helping turn things around. As far as cb’s go I like Hughes kid out of UCF and he may be available on day 2. Either way Im excited for draft day as we are sure to add some awesome impact players. GO BUCS !

  48. CarolinaBucFan Says:

    What would our d line rotation look like if we got Chubb?

  49. BucfaninCa Says:

    If Nelson is available at #7 you run to the podium. This interior offensive line would be awesome.
    Joe doesn’t get the fan base that want Nelson but a few years ago Joe was all in on Johnny Football.

  50. LostinPa Says:

    I get why Joe is wary of drafting Nelson but here is a thought experiment to get younover that. Picture in your mind a Bucs O-Line where Donovan Smith is your weakest link. With our WRs and TE’s and that O-line we could make Chris Simms look like a pro-bowler. At the very least we could make do with Peyton Barber and Rogers if it came to it. Since this draft is stupid deep at RB i don’t think it will come to that but it wouldn’t be the worst thing I seen our team do (looking at you Bo Jackson).

  51. SteveK Says:

    Agree with Idea of drafting Nelson. He’s a beast. It would make our line awesome. We would theoretically be able to pound the damn rock. It would save our defense by grinding our opponents will.

    Play action Jameis is really good Jameis.

  52. NJBucsFan Says:

    What if the Browns shock everyone and draft 0 or 2 QBs with their first and fourth?

  53. SteveK Says:

    I could see the Browns drafting Barkley at 1 and Chubb at 4, then trading up with all their extra picks to get Mayfield or Lamar Jackson.

    I can totally see it. Could you imagine having Myles Garrett and Bradley Chubb rushing the passer, with Barkley and Carlos Hyde pounding the rock relentlessly in Cleveland weather.

    I can totally see it, and I just hope it would present a QB trade down scenario for us, as Nelson would almost assuredly be gone by 7 if Barkley and Chubb go 1 and 4.

  54. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    Thanks for that analysis of Nelson. He’s probably my favorite because I can imagine how long our OL would be large, mean, nasty across the interior three.

    So if we get Nelson with nasty boy Ryan Jensen and his rep and game next to him what kind of mentoring do we think he would get? Awesome baby.

    What about Nelson himself…can’t teach mean and nasty. Not once but twice from two different NFL sources in that analysis….

    “Extremely AGGRESSIVE at point of attack and isn’t happy until he is IMPOSING HIS WILL.”

  55. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Oops and forgot this gem from yet another source!!!!

    He’s also an alpha who can bring and ass-kicking mindset into your position room.” – NFC team personnel executive

    Nelson, Jensen and Marpet could mean we can forget about the interior of our Oline for a long time and the fact that the interior three are mean bustards sets a great mood for our entire OL and indeed..RB’s and our entire offense. They would make OJ an even better blocking by the synergy of playing on a mean OL.

  56. BelleGladeBuc Says:

    Joe, in the Super Bowls dating back to 2000 there has only been 2 first round RB other than Marshawn Lynch or Jonathan Stewart to lead their team to the Super Bowl. I might be wrong, but I’m pretty sure I am right.

    If you look at the most successful team and GM such as the Patriots and Bellichek in the modern day era you will find a team that does not value the skill position players in the first 3 rounds.

    The Patriots value OLB/DE, OL, DT, CB, SS and FS. They don’t value Rookie RB’s or WR’s in the first three rounds.

    Losing teams glamour for the skill position.

    Football is won in the trenches on both sides of the ball. Vea would immediately be impactful on the defensive line, which along with the additions of JPP, Curry Beau, Spence and McCoy would make a fearsome defensive line which would help the secondary out.

    James from FSU is tremendous and he’s the best safety in the draft and is worthy of s first round grade. He would immediately improve the secondary as an enforcer.

    Fitzpatrick is the smartest and most versatile player Saban has said that he has coached. He would immediately improve the secondary as either a corner or FS and ability to play SS. Think Earl Thomas, but faster and bigger.

    None of the corners in this draft are a sure fire immediate star like Ramsey was and is. It would be a waste to spend a top ten pick on a CB.

    Other than Chub, the OLB/DE in this draft are projects and not worthy of a top ten pick.

    Nelson is a tremendous talent and would be great at controlling the line of scrimmage. Giving Jameis time with Marpet, Jensen controlling the middle and paving running lanes for Barber and company.

    No RB or WR is worth a top ten pick. See the Patriots and Bellicheck and their 5 Super Bowl wins out of 8 trips over 16 years and argue against it. I respect them, but despise them as the Villains that they are.

    Fournette/Cook was last year’s Bo Jackson like Barkley is this year’s and Kamarra is a much more dangerous and better back than both of them as well as the best Rookie RB in the 2017 and he was drafted in round 3.

    My two cents.

  57. SteveK Says:

    Marshall Faulk, Edgerrin James, Are two first round RBs with super bowls.

    Eddie George was a yard away for his.

    Jamal Lewis of the Ravens is another.

    RBs are more valuable in today’s game.

  58. BelleGladeBuc Says:


    Kudos, I was mistaken.

    Marshal Faulk, Eddie George, Edge and Jamal Lewis played in the League when the rules don’t resemble anything near to the modern game.

    Running the ball with a #1 back for 300 to 400 carries was football. It was when Jeff Fisher could coach.

    John Lynch said that he could not play in this era with the modern rules.

    Edge, George, Lewis and Faulk were drafted like 30 years ago.

    Edge didn’t win a Super Bowl. Joseph Addai, a 30th pick 1st rounder, not a top ten pick, was the back for the Colts when they won.

    Lewis was great, but very short career with the team who used a #5 pick on him. 6 years for a top 5 pick isn’t the ROI teams look for.

    Also, don’t kid yourself, Priest Holmes could have continued to run for the Ravens with that OLine and defense and they still would have won a Super Bowl that year.

    I’ll name you the running backs Bill Belichick, the GOAT Coach and GM, drafted and in what rounds they were drafted for his Super Bowl winning teams.

    2002: #1 Back Smith Free Agent signee, 3rd down backs Faulk 2nd round and Redmond 3rd round
    2004: #1 Back Smith again, 3rd down back Faulk again
    2005: #1 Back Corey Dillon Free Agent signee, 3rd down back Faulk again
    2015: Blount Free Agent Signee, Bolden Undrafted Free Agent, Vereen 2nd round draft pick, White 4th round draft pick
    2017: Lewis Free Agent Signee, Blount Free Agent Signee, White 4th Round draft pick

    Jameis is a franchise QB. Franchise QB’s don’t need Top 10 Draft Pick Running Backs to win Super Bowls.