A pass-catching running back for the Buccaneers
The Bucs spent the majority of the 2020 season looking for a running back with a skillset like James White’s to pair with Brady. Now, Tampa Bay could go and get James White himself.
White and Brady have an impressive history and undeniable chemistry, so the Buccaneers wouldn’t be wrong to reunite this pair for one of Brady’s last runs at a Super Bowl.
While the Buccaneers would be sacrificing youth to add White, the front office should think wisely before drafting another running back. Apparently, Ke’Shawn Vaughn was drafted to be Brady’s new White, but we all saw how that turned out.
White would likely come to Tampa on a cheap contract to reunite with the quarterback that propped his stats up for so long in New England, and the Bucs would save themselves from drafting another running back early with this selection. The Buccaneers could keep Jones and Fournette to serve as the two-headed monster on the ground, but White would immediately pick up the slack in the passing game on day one.
Given New England’s question marks for the future at quarterback, White should see this as an excellent chance to escape to a team that could make far more use of his talents while also playing as legitimate competitors.