Have Your Say!

April 29th, 2021

Poll posted at 6:36 a.m. Poll closed at noon!

35 Responses to “Have Your Say!”

  1. Medicated Pete Says:

    I’m so jacked outta my skull right now, let’s trade up to #20

  2. JGhotier Says:

    Why no trade up option, but you included trade down option here Joe?!

  3. Pa Privateer Says:

    I wouldn’t mind a Trade Down.

  4. Jason Says:

    The poll is for what position to pick in the first round. If you trade up you’re still in the first round, that’s probably why it’s not on the list.

  5. JGhotier Says:


    That makes sense, good call and my b!

  6. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Already this morning we have articles on Javonte Williams, Michael Carter, Najee Harris & Travis Etienne….
    Joe’s been beating the RB drum for weeks…

    Let’s just see if the JBF readers agree…..I doubt it…..

    This is looking like Johnny Football 2.0

  7. bucfanforever Says:

    This is a pretty hard question to answer.

    But I think the best player that will likely be available for them to draft at 32 is one of the CBs.

    But if Harris or Etienne fall to 32, I would draft a RB.

    After that, I would take an Edge rusher, they just are all really boom/bust this year.

    Then there are some great ILB candidates that might be there.

    After that for WR, DT, OLINE, TE – only if I didn’t like the other positions players. I would definitely consider a trade up if there is a player I really like still sitting there in the mid 20s that might be scooped before #32.

  8. Dingo Dubois Says:

    I think our weakest spot on the roster is corner, mostly because of depth. I would like to take the highest rated corner still on the board.

  9. Bucsfanman Says:

    “No preference”

    One that fits our philosophy, our chemistry, and one that will contribute for years to come.

  10. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    DL or edge….suh is done after this year and JPP not sure but should just build up the front 7 on defense sprinkle in some OL

  11. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    They should trade up to #25 with the Jags to get in front of the Brownies and Aints. Select Caleb Farley the best CB in the draft.

    They say he’s injured but it was a weight lifting injury that he played through. He will have plenty of time to heal because no one expects him to start Day one.

    He will be an All Pro for the next decade.

  12. Joeypoppems Says:

    Im surprised trade down has so many votes. We are returning pretty much the entire roster that just won the SB. Dont understand the point of more picks since there is a good chance most of the rookies dont make the final roster

  13. #1bucsfan Says:

    I believe we will be going defense or stick piling for next year

  14. Cobraboy Says:

    I won’t be shocked if the #32 pick is Milton Williams out of LA Tech, a small school athletic freak at DT, who many compare to Aaron Donald.

  15. Beeej Says:

    I remember the Cowboys started that “best player available” thing back in the 70’s, was revolutionary at the time. At one point, Preston Pearson was the ONLY player on the team not drafted by them

  16. Stanglassman Says:

    I don’t get polls like this. How could you know what position until you know who’s available? That’s why I choose no preference. I like DE and OT cause they are highly valued positions but I don’t want one just because the position. What if your choice is from your #3 ranked CB or your #6 best OT or OLB/Edge. If I had to guess I think it’s going to be similar to that scenario. Where CB will will be their highest ranked guy.

  17. Pewter941 Says:

    Trade down, and pick up a de olb

  18. D-Rome Says:

    No preference other than best available player.

  19. Love-ingbucsfan Says:

    This years draft feels different, every year we were looking for that special piece to help get us to the promise land, there was excitement. This year I’m still trying to comprehend winning the super bowl, with Tom Freaking Brady no less. I would have my top 3-5 solid picks for the draft and now this person that we need i can’t decide or care much, i feel this team is solid right now and who ever we get might not start right away or be that guy, basically depth or future starter so…. i used stay up watching with anticipation seeing who we would get, lol, not this year because I’m not used to having so much confidence in this team, it just feels weird in a good way.

    Now I almost don’t want to stay up as we are picking last, for good reason, but if i stay up to find out we trade back into the second round for more picks, I will be pissed and would have stayed up for nothing and not having that same anticipation either, man i sound old lol, is it just me?

  20. Alexander Nascimento Says:

    I really would like for the Bucs to use all of it’s picks to select 3-4 players on the first 4 rounds DT, RB, ILB and OLB, in no particular order
    And maybe bringing one more DL still unemployed

  21. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I have to miss it 🙁

    Got a broadcast tonight. Can’t exactly call in.

    However, I am hopping for a quarterback…not that I think I’ll get one in the first round. I suppose they will go defensive line…that would be the smart move. or BPA.

  22. Bruce Blahak Says:

    on board with Farley trade up! a way to steal a top talent…or Davis at 32

  23. DingleBerry Says:

    Edge rusher baby! As long as it isn’t Tryon or Rousseau or any other Edge prospect who is clearly a 3rd or 4th round prospect being hyped up as 1st rounder.

    If no Edge rushers are there I’m hoping we go Corner or O-line, can never have enough depth at those positions.

    Then for wild cards if Etienne falls I’d be happy with him. Same goes for Mac Jones or if Chris Simms is to be believed, Justin Fields.

  24. ricky Says:

    Trade up. where is the trade up option?

  25. Admiral Redbeard Says:

    A lot of people saying we should pick an edge/OLB at 32, as if we have a hole there. I’m truly baffled by this thought process. JPP is still a beast/freak, and Shaq isn’t even 30 yet and is considered one of (if not the) best at the position. First round picks are guys that are expected to START, so who’s job is it do they think ANY rookie is going to take at OLB? SMH… Trade back and get solid backups who will develop into future starters.

  26. DingleBerry Says:

    Adm. Redbeard@

    Shaq and JPP are beasts, not questioning that. But after them we have pretty much zero depth at the position. If either one of them were to, god forbid, get injured, we’d be majorly screwed.

    Throw in the fact that JPP aint a spring chicken anymore and has been battling with a bum knee for 2-3 years now, and we need to add a potential future replacement for him.

    And finally, when you have a legitimate rotation of guys who can get after the QB, it enables you to keep your guys fresh and get the most out of each of them. So that’s why so many people, including myself want us to draft an Edge rusher.

  27. BA4President Says:

    Well it looks like we all agree…

  28. BA4President Says:

    For those who want a Cornerback…

    We have drafted 6 cornerbacks in the first four rounds over the past 5 years:

    2016 – 1st Rounder, 4th Rounder (Hargreaves, R. Smith)
    2017 – None
    2018 – 2nd Rounder, 2nd Rounder (MJ Stewart, Carlton Davis)
    2019 – 2nd Rounder, 3rd Rounder (Murphy-Bunting, J. Dean)
    2020 – None

    With 3 of those players still on the team, I think the question comes down to “Is the guy sitting at pick #32 going to be better than those three guys. If you’re not confident, then you don’t take a cornerback.

  29. SOEbuc Says:


    “Any key? Where the hells the any key.”-Homer Simpson

    Lol just messin with your Yale English and Finance degree ass. Don’t get your panties in a twist. Who is this person or position you want to trade up for???

  30. Admiral Redbeard Says:

    DingleBerry, Anthony Nelson is a 3rd year guy who has been developing nicely (it’s the reason we were able to let Carl Nassib go). The reason he hasn’t gotten much playing time is because the 2 starters never come off the field. This draft is loaded with talented edge rushers that would fit nicely into our system, meaning, we could easily get a kid in a later round (which saves on the cap) that can be developed into a starter. I know it’s hard to overlook the popular guy at 32, but if he’s not going to be a starter, then he’s being overpaid.

  31. admin Says:

    “Is the guy sitting at pick #32 going to be better than those three guys. If you’re not confident, then you don’t take a cornerback.”

    Only reason Bucs would draft a corner is if he is the dreaded best player available or the Bucs don’t foresee Carlton Davis returning in 2022, for whatever reason.

    Remember, Davis is in the final year of his contract.

  32. 813bucboi Says:

    DT/DE or trade down….

    GO BUCS!!!!

  33. DingleBerry Says:


    In a passing league like the modern day NFL, Where teams play 3 wide the vast majority of the time and teams like Arizona and Buffalo run 4 wide 20% and 15% of plays respectively; and there are Tight ends who are essentially huge Wide Receivers and Running backs who can run every route You can never have enough good Corners.

    Now, I voted we take an Edge Rusher, but I’d rather take a good prospect at Corner than reach on a bad prospect at Edge. Having a rotation of good players that can keep your stars fresh, or begin to utilize unique packages based on matchups, or can fill in for an injured starter is never a bad thing. Especially when you’re trying to win back to back Super Bowls.

    I’d be much happier taking good young corner like Greg Newsome or Asante Samuel Jr and watch them ball out as a special teams ace and rotational/situational Corner than draft an overhyped Edge like Joe Tryon or Gregory Rousseau.

    And certainly happier than spending a 1st round pick on a Career backup QB like Kyle Trask.

  34. Locked In Says:

    No kicker?

  35. Buc1987 Says: