1. Address the running game
No matter what, Tampa Bay has to address the running game this offseason.
Obviously, the Buccaneers need to get Ronald Jones more carries. But outside of him, it’d be extremely helpful to either draft or sign a running back who could make an explosive impact.
That’s not taking a shot at Peyton Barber, it’s just that the Buccaneers really need a second option who can serve as a homerun threat.
That’s why, in my opinion, J.K. Dobbins would be the perfect fit. He’d be a running back that could come in, be a big-play threat and loosen up the defense. Dobbins also would be a threat to catch the ball out of the backfield, which could be an asset to Winston moving forward.
If it’s not Dobbins, the Buccaneers still need to address the running game, which was among the worst in the league for a third-straight season.
Whether that means looking at a guy in free-agency or drafting a running back in the mid-rounds, it has to be addressed for this team to grow and become a more complete offense.