|Total Net Yards||269|
|Time of Possession||33:39|
|Total Net Yards||354|
|Time of Possession||26:21|
The Buccaneers could soon pick first overall in the NFL Draft for the fifth time in franchise history, but is that the spot that has returned the most value for the team throughout the years?
If the Bucs traded the #1 pick in this year's draft, it would surely be one of the most dramatic swaps in team history, but where would it rank among the trades that have had the most impact on the team?
This week's mailbag attacks fan-submitted questions about the arrival of a new offensive coordinator, the NFL's rule changes and the idea of drafting cornerbacks this year.
Tampa Bay's decision as to what to do with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft will be based on the team's research and not on the potential reaction to its choice.
Brandon Magee, who joined the Buccaneers last July and primarily played on special teams last season, was waived on Wednesday.
The NFL's list of compensatory draft picks for 2015 doesn't include the Buccaneers, but it does finally settle the overall draft order.
From Karl Williams to Shelton Quarles, some of the most productive players in Buccaneer history have come to the team via the ranks of the undrafted.