The Tampa Bay offense has played exceptionally well in 2018. Although there are a few question marks on that side of the ball, the Bucs fielded one of the best units in the league.
However, their offensive tackle situation is cloudy. Right tackle Demar Dotson will be 34 next October, and Donovan Smith is going to be a free agent this offseason. It’s time for the Buccaneers to begin to think about their future at that position.
Jonah Williams can allow Tampa Bay’s front office to sleep easy for a long time. The Alabama product can develop into the team’s long-term solution at left tackle.
Williams is a monster. Listed at 6’5″, 301 pounds, he has the ideal size of an NFL tackle. With the Bucs potentially needing to fill a hole at both tackle spots, Williams can slide in on either side and produce from day one.