The Tampa Bay Buccaneers already have young quarterback Mike Glennon and veteran quarterback Josh McCown on the roster, but they still are considering using their top selection on one of the quarterbacks entering the NFL Draft. The Buccaneers have scheduled a visit with Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater according to NFL.com and could consider selecting him with the 7th selection in the draft.
Why would the team want to use their top selection on a quarterback with a couple of good options on the roster already? It seems like a wasted pick.
Bridgewater might be the best quarterback available in this draft and the Bucs have to consider all options with the selection. Still doesn’t seem to be the best move for the team.
With the 7th selection overall, the team would be best suited to select a different prospect. There will be a top receiver available with that draft spot like Mike Evans.
Could you imagine having a pair of receivers like Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans for their quarterbacks to throw the football to? It would be heaven for their quarterbacks. They just need to get the ball in the vicinity of those receivers and they will bring it down. The quarterback visit seems more like a smoke screen at this point.