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In a post-Super Bowl mock from Mike Zenner at Pro Football Focus
, Tampa Bay stays at No. 5 and drafts its pass-rusher of the future."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 2016 NFL DraftInjuriesFree AgencyGame FilmNew PFF mock has Buccaneers improving pass rushNew,17commentsIn a post-Super Bowl mock from Mike Zenner at Pro Football Focus, Tampa Bay stays at No. 5 and drafts its pass-rusher of the future. ESTShareTweetShareShareNew PFF mock has Buccaneers improving pass rushMark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY SportsThe Buccaneers addressed their pass rush last offseason, but ended up with mixed results. Jason Pierre-Paul was the team’s prized addition from last spring, and he lived up to the hype. He finished the season with 12.5 sacks, becoming the first Tampa Bay player to put up double-digit sacks since Simeon Rice did it in 2005. Carl Nassib was a late addition to the defensive line, putting up 6.5 sacks and serving as one of the team’s most pleasant surprises of the year. But on the downside, Vinny Curry only put up 2.5 sacks. With his lack of production and struggles from Noah Spence, Will Gholston and nearly every other defensive end on the roster, the Bucs still need help.That’s why the post-Super Bowl mock draft from Pro Football Focus senior analyst Mike Zenner looks promising for Tampa Bay. At No. 5, Zenner has the Bucs selecting Clemson EDGE Clelin Ferrell. Ferrell was a threat to enter the draft after the 2017 season, but he decided to stay for another season with the Tigers. The decision paid off, as he was a key part of a defense that led the way to a national title. In 2018, he racked up 11.5 sacks to bring his total to 27 in three years as a starter. That kind of production would be welcomed by a Tampa Bay defense that badly needs to create more pressure off the edge. Here’s what Zenner had to say in his blurb about the pick:That analysis is more than fair. The Bucs have a major need for defensive help heading into 2019. As James Yarcho outlined here, defense is still the key to success when it comes to winning in the NFL. That has certainly been the case for Tampa Bay, especially in the years since its last playoff appearance. Since 2008
, the Bucs have been in the top half of the NFL in scoring defense just three times. Here’s where they’ve ranked since that 2007 playoff appearance, accompanied by their final records:2008: 10th (9-7)2009: 27th (3-13)2010: 9th (10-6)2011: 32nd (4-12)2012: 23rd (7-9)2013: 21st (4-12)2014: 25th (2-14)2015: 26th (6-10)2016: 15th (9-7)2017: T-22nd (5-11)2018: 31st (5-11)Is it a coincidence that they’ve had winning records all three times they’ve had a defense in the top half of the league since the start of 2008? Probably not. It’s obvious that Tampa Bay needs to improve its defense. The back end of the unit could use the most help, but Ferrell being selected at No. 5 would definitely be a step in the right direction as well. It’s still very early in draft season, so a lot could change. We’ll see where things go from here. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are intent on building a defense capable of helping quarterback Jameis Winston end the team's long playoff drought.Tackle Vita Vea is the latest addition to a reconstructed unit that's been a liability for most of the past decade, joining the Bucs as the 12th overall pick in the opening round of the NFL draft on Thursday night.General manager Jason Licht described the 6-foot-4, 347-pound Vea as a dominant run-stopper who has "freakish athleticism" for his size."He's going to help us in a lot of areas," Licht said. "Great kid. ... Very tough and loves football. We think he's going to be a great fit here."The former University of Washington standout will be plugged into a revamped defensive line anchored by six-time Pro Bowl tackle Gerald McCoy, bolstered by last month's trade for pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul and the signing of Beau Allen, Vinny Curry and Mitch Unrein in free agency."It's really exciting," Vea said by video link from Dallas, where he attended the draft. "I took a visit there. I felt like I had a great connection with the coaches ... I am happy to be in this situation."The Bucs ranked last in the NFL with 23 sacks a year ago. Upgrading the defensive line and a porous secondary are among the top priorities after going 5-11 and missing the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season.Winston is entering his fourth season after being drafted No. 1 overall in 2015. The offense has improved dramatically since the young quarterback entered the league, however the defense has not been able to hold up its end.In addition to having an anemic pass rush, the Bucs finished 32nd in total defense at just over 378 yards per game and also allowed opponents to convert a league-high 48 percent of the time on third down.Licht has done some wheeling and dealing to bring in fresh talent, acquiring Pierre-Paul in a trade from the New York Giants and signing Allen and Curry in free agency after they helped Philadelphia win the Super Bowl in February.Vea, the 2017 Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, was still available Thursday night after Tampa Bay traded the seventh overall pick to Buffalo
, dropping five spots in the selection order while also receiving a pair of second-round picks in this year's draft.The move ensured the Bills of getting the quarterback they wanted, Wyoming's Josh Allen, and gives the Bucs three premium picks — No. 38, 53 and 56 overall — in the second round Friday night. It also eases the sting of not having a third-round pick, which was sent to the Giants in the Pierre-Paul trade."Obviously, we all really liked Vita's tape, Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, extremely powerful man," coach Dirk Koetter said."We talked to him at the (NFL) Combine, we brought him in on one of our 30 visits. We found out that he loves football, he's a family man, he's incredibly gifted athletically," Koetter added. "We had him high on our board, and we were able to trade back ... pick up two second-round picks and still get one of the top guys on our board. It's a win-win."
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