The five best moves the Buccaneers made during the 2020 offseason
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made some major power moves over the course of the 2020 offseason, including free agency and the NFL Draft.
The Buccaneers were considered one of the winners from the overall offseason and, as a result, Tampa Bay is now considered one of the favorites to make it to the postseason and compete.
Here’s a look at the five best moves the Buccaneers made during the 2020 offseason.
5. Drafting Antoine Winfield Jr. in Round 2
It would’ve been really easy for the Buccaneers to go after a running back like J.K. Dobbins in the second-round and many couldn’t have blamed them if they did.
But instead the organization decided to make a move based on data analysis, picking up a talented safety in Antoine Winfield Jr.
Winfield Jr. is a guy who flocks to the ball and has great physicality and athleticism. In my opinion, he’s going to be a starter from Day 1 and that’s going to prove to be one of the best value picks of the 2020 NFL Draft.