The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a number of players who could be key contributors in fantasy football. Here is a breakdown of where they could be drafted.
With fantasy football less than two months away and leagues starting to form, we will take a look at the current Average Draft Position (ADP) of a few Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the 2019 season. For context the ADP is for a standard ten team redraft league, a full point per reception format and standard roster sizes.
Jameis Winston is currently the QB15 and is being selected with the eighth pick in round 11. In terms of ADP Winston is sitting just behind Tom Brady and just ahead of Ben Roethlisberger. This year happens to be a particularly deep year for quarterbacks and that is great for late round value/upside.
Winston should be a target on everyone’s draft board this upcoming draft season as he is poised for his best season to date. With a new head coach in Bruce Arians and a new offensive coordinator in Byron Leftwich, the Bucs offense should be one of the league’s best. Last year we saw Winston miss the first three games to suspension and then followed that up with inconsistent play and a game of musical chairs with former backup QB, Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Winston will be a locked and loaded started for all 16 games barring injury. Target Winston in one of the last rounds of your draft and feel comfortable to roll him out as your starter. There is plenty of opportunity for garbage time stats if the Bucs are playing from behind.