Forget all else; Bucs should worry about a QB

by Gary Shelton on December 22, 2014 · 4 comments

in general

Monday, 4:45 p.m.

There are holes everywhere. The entire roster is as bullet-ridden as Bonnie and Clyde's car.

There are spaces and gaps and guys who ought to be selling cars. There are posers and pretenders and guys who are about to suit up as an NFL player for the final time.

The Bucs could use a pass rusher. Maybe two. They could use an offensive lineman. Maybe four. They could use a running back and a safety and a linebacker. If any team ought to be hiring, it ought to be this one.

But what they really need is a quarterback.

And, no, they should not be tempted to turn away from one.

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