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Bucs trade 6th round pick for Gabe Carimi

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It's win win for everyone involved.

 

Bears dump an unmotivated waste of a draft pick with decent physical skills still recovering from a rookie knee injury and pick up a 6th round pick in exchange.

 

In return, the Bucs pick up a lineman that has physical talent and could possibly put out in Tampa if he suddenly decides to adopt their scheme and put forth a good effort/rehab from his injury.

 

you forget about the biggest win....monsters, inc. gets a new overrated punching bag.

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can't wait to see the death star give the ol alderaan treatment to this guy

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I'm lookin for the Bucs to be real good this year anyway, regardless of this signing. That secondary is dangerous, gonna hav to run well if we want to be them. IMO

Have to remember the Bucs lost DT- Roy Miller and DE- Michael Bennett, by far their best run stoppers. They have Adrian Claiborne coming back from an ACL and Daquan Bowers coming back from an Achilles and gun charge with rookies William Gholston and Akeem Spence. Doesn't matter how great your secondary is if you can't rush the passer.

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F their o-line. Freeman's going to be running for his life this year.

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Have to remember the Bucs lost DT- Roy Miller and DE- Michael Bennett, by far their best run stoppers. They have Adrian Claiborne coming back from an ACL and Daquan Bowers coming back from an Achilles and gun charge with rookies William Gholston and Akeem Spence. Doesn't matter how great your secondary is if you can't rush the passer.

 

this.

 

and they really only have one DB to be scared of in the passing game. they are built to stop the run, but who does that much anymore these days?

 

waitafrikkinminute......

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Carimi has been poo since joining the league.  However, for a 6th rounder, it is worth the risk to see if a change of scenery and coaching staff can turn him around.

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Now the Bears have precisely zero of their 1st rounders from the Jerry Angelo era.

ouch and he had one of the best quotes about the draft, and building a team. he just could not practice his own words.

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this.

 

and they really only have one DB to be scared of in the passing game. they are built to stop the run, but who does that much anymore these days?

 

waitafrikkinminute......

Bump. Because I just stumbles across this, and it's almost 3 in the morning.

That's right. They are building a D to stop us. US, not Atl, or NO, US. They obviously view us as their main competition. So they are doing anything they can to slow us down. lol

They know that slowing down the run is the only way to throw us off our game. Because if we are able to run effectively, our Offense will roll all over you.

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Given the choice between a defense that has a great pass rush and a poor secondary, or a defense with a great secondary and a poor pass rush, I choose the first one every time.

 

Guess which defense is the Bucs and which one is the Panthers.

 

Nuff said.

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