Buccaneers Most Disappointing Players of the 2016 Season

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Austin Seferian-Jenkins

The Bucs most disappointing player didn’t even make it a quarter way through the season. Austin Seferian-Jenkins had a ton of potential entering this season. Even Tony Gonzalez said he saw a lot of himself in ASJ. The Bucs decided to part ways with the disgruntled tight end after he was arrested for drunk driving. He only played in two games for the Bucs this year and a few were surprised he even made it that far.

Being one of my favorite players coming out of the draft in 2014 I was extremely disappointed that he turned out to be a total bust. Especially in one of the most loaded drafts in recent history the Bucs could’ve had a dynamic offense if they went another direction. With offensive players like Allen Robinson, Jarvis Landry, and Devonta Freeman on the board with Mike Evans already taken they could’ve had an even more explosive offense.

With Jenkins landing with the Jets after his release he continued to struggle proving he was a bust of a draft pick. Imagine if he developed into the player we thought he could be and didn’t have the off-field issues, him and Cameron Brate could’ve been one of the most dynamic tight end duos in the entire NFL.

Brian DeFeo