Now that the Super Bowl season has passed, it’s time for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to start looking ahead.
Super Bowl LV will go down as the greatest day in the lives of Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans, or it’s tied with Super Bowl XXXVII of course. While it’s easy to get caught up in the pageantry and pandemonium that comes with a Super Bowl victory, it’s a little more difficult to accept that the season’s over and the world keeps on turning.
The Buccaneers as defending champions have their work cut out for them. It’s hard for any team to repeat as Super Bowl champions. With the salary cap being the way it is and other team’s plucking assistants ensure this. The Buccaneers are on different, if not a prime example, as they have to figure out what to do with the plethora of players they have due to hit free agency, as well as what to do with the 32nd pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.
Of course, it’s pretty easy to shut down these worries when Tom Brady is your quarterback. The thing is, it would be wise for the Buccaneers to draft a quarterback anyway at some point in this upcoming draft. Here are three reasons why.