The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in line for a top-ten pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Take a look at how they could attack their selections in the first three rounds.
Depending on the outcome of the Monday Night Football game and the final week of the 2018 season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will land a top 10 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
At the moment, Tampa Bay sits with the sixth pick, according to Tankathon.com. Tampa, who sits at 5-10, share the same record with four other clubs. However, the Bucs can jump to as high as the second overall pick if they lose next week and get help from other teams in their range.
In all likelihood, the Bucs will end up with a pick somewhere in the back half of the top ten. However, a win could shoot them down to the teens. Tampa traded back to the 12th overall spot last season.
Although free agency and the Draft are still months away, the Bucs needs are apparent. They need help in the secondary and depth in the front seven. On offense, they need to figure out their right guard situation, along with their long-term future at both tackle positions.
The quarterback question will be a topic throughout the offseason, but no signs point toward nabbing a quarterback at the top of the first round.
Here is a quick three-round mock that has the Bucs adding three of their most significant needs on Day one and Day two of the NFL Draft.