The 2019 NFL Draft is only six months away, let’s take a look at the first 2019 Buccaneers three-round mock draft.
The 2019 NFL Draft will begin in almost six months, and it’s the perfect time to build the first Tampa Bay Buccaneers mock draft of the season.
Sitting at 3-3, Bucs fans have already witnessed the good, the bad and the ugly.
From an upset win over the defending Super Bowl Champions to a beatdown by Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears, Tampa Bay will live with a .500 start.
Offensively, Tampa almost has all the right answers. A handful of receivers are having career years and Buccaneers quarterbacks are etching their name in the record books.
At the same time, the offensive line hasn’t been able to improve the Bucs lackluster running game. Even second-round pick Ronald Jones hasn’t been able to light a spark.
The other side of the ball has failed so far. The young secondary has been shredded nearly every week and injuries derailed what looked to be a promising front seven.
Regardless of what happens during the rest of the 2018 campaign, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to address their defensive backfield, offensive line and linebacking corps in the 2019 draft.