Episode twelve of Walking The Plank has arrived. David and I discuss rookie mini-camp, do a “Pick Six” of position battles, and start a series of over/unders for the 2017 Buccaneers season.
It’s always great to discuss all things Buccaneers, especially still coming off that draft high. David and I took to the airwaves with the latest episode of Walking The Plank to dive in to some discussions and debates.
We talk about the signing of Robert McClain and how that shapes the cornerback group and get into some of the rookie mini-camp standouts.
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We then get into our “Pick Six” segment regarding some upcoming position battles we’re looking forward to keeping an eye on now that the draft and rookie mini-camp is over with. David still has some concerns with the offensive line while I still find the running back situation offensive.
Alan Schechter chimes in giving us an early list of over/unders that we begin to debate and we will have more of those in the coming episodes.
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