NFL Mocks

● By Jacob Schyvinck
It’s hard not to enjoy where you’re at if you’re a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Yes, things didn’t go as planned last season, as the Bucs fell in the divisional round to the eventual Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. However, Tom Brady deciding to return instead of retire lifts the spirits. The Bucs lost both starting guards this offseason, with Ali Marpet retiring and Alex Cappa signing with the Cincinnati Bengals. However, Jason Licht responded well, bringing back both Ryan Jensen and Carlton Davis, and getting Russell Gage and trading for Shaq Mason. All that to say, when looking at the 2022 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can really stick to their board. Without glaring needs, it allows them to sit back and add more talent to a roster that is in the thick of contention in a weakened NFC.
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