Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Final 2020 53-man roster predictions

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The Buccaneers are down to their last few days before their final roster cuts will occur, and here are our final predictions for the 53-man roster.

This past offseason has been a blur for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. So many new faces have arrived that the team feels completely different now. The former face of the franchise, quarterback Jameis Winston, has departed, and now Tom Brady captains a team filled with brand-new Bucs.

After the signing of Tom Brady and a successful draft, the Bucs have experienced many new signings, some that may replace other recent additions. Tampa Bay has tried to pull the trigger on most big-name free agents regardless of need (or lack thereof), and this strategy will compile the best team possible, but some draft picks, or earlier signings may be wasted.

The best example of this is how the Buccaneers have handled their running backs. Every team report has made it clear that Ronald Jones is their guy, but they have signed two major free agent backs (that were both starters last year) and drafted two new backs. Regardless of what that unit looks like at the beginning of the season, some resources have been wasted here.

While there is still time for the franchise to make some difficult decisions, here are the final predictions for the 53-man roster for 2020.