Just Win Baby: Why The Bucs Should Become The NFL's Greatest Villain
- Adrian Peterson – Give the Vikings Doug Martin and then play around with draft picks to make this reasonable. AP may only have a couple years left of real productivity, but the same can be said for Vincent Jackson. Peterson adds a dynamic weapon to the Tampa Bay backfield.
- Greg Hardy* - Try to get him on an incentive-laden deal if he can keep himself out of trouble. I'm sure Hardy would enjoy taking it to the Panthers twice a year and keeping the division crowns out of their hands. Throw this pass rusher next to McCoy and Jacquies Smith, and BOOM CITY!
- Ndamukong Suh - McCoy and Suh were BORN to play with each other. They tore up the Big 12 during their college careers and were drafted one spot apart from each other. Now, I know that you're not supposed to invest so much money in one position, but when you consider the fact that McCoy has only finished two seasons in his career not on injured reserve, the risk might be worth it. Plus, how sick would that D-line be?
- Jameis Winston - You know what a team that has zero fire or in-your-face intensity doesn't need? A quarterback with a soft-spoken demeanor who hasn't led a huddle in four years. Mariota can step aside because it's the Jameis Show in Tampa. Of all the moves I'd like to see, this is the one that I am pretty sure is actually going to happen. The team has already begun to form a PR campaign to handle the potential hit that this could do in the mind of some fans, and allegedly, Winston has been in touch with a local respected religious figure to help integrate himself into the community smoothly. Winston is clearly the best QB in this class for a pro-style system and has the demeanor and tenacity to bring life to a team that desperately needs it.