Few surprises on the top for the Buccaneers receivers, but there is plenty of room on the bottom for a change.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had the best wide receiver room in the NFL last year. No other team in the league had such talent at the top mixed with viable contributors all the way to the bottom.
The only team that really compares now is the Cardinals, as they have several great starters and decent contributors on the bottom. Still, the Bucs set themselves apart with substantially higher quality with their depth.
This talent on the offensive side of the ball has been a breath of fresh air for quarterback Tom Brady, who has played with some pretty underwhelming pass-catchers during his past few seasons in New England, and the Bucs will try to continue their success on offense with a pass-heavy attack if they are lucky.
The danger of this offense will come down to Brady and his receivers, and fortunately for him, this depth chart will remain the best in the league.
From All-Pros to young players that go above and beyond in huge moments, there isn’t a right or wrong way for the Buccaneers to construct a depth chart that is sure to keep opposing defenses up at night before they face off with the champs.