From one draft to another, here are is the fantasy football outlook for Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ players a few months ahead of the start of the season.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers avoided the offensive side of the ball for the most part in the 2019 NFL Draft, and the one player picked in Scotty Miller does not factor in much as a fantasy football contributor as a rookie. Now that the 2019 NFL Draft is over, it is time to begin prepping for fantasy football drafts.
Over the past few years the Buccaneers have had some boom-or-bust prospects, such as quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick, wide receiver Desean Jackson, and tight end Cameron Brate. Believe it or not, the Buccaneers could have a handful of potential significant contributors to any fantasy football team in 2019.
We are here to get you ahead of schedule in your as fantasy football season is vastly approaching. Here is a primer of where potential Buccaneer fantasy contributors will be targeted in drafts, what to expect them from a production prospective.
To help you avoid partaking in some embarrassing bet at the end of the season for finishing last in your league, each fantasy position: quarterback, running back, two wide receivers, and tight end will be covered for you.