在2005年，澳门金沙城中心赌场队的威廉姆斯凯迪拉克起草赤褐色随着第五顺位，使他成为 third 跑了董事会了。你可以说这是一个时代的结束。\n\n威廉姆斯，随后他的大学队友罗尼 - 布朗（第二）和德州（第四）的塞德里克·布朗，是为海盗优质选秀权，但他的职业生涯总的影响是由一对残酷的膝盖受伤的减少。我赢了 Associated Press 年度最佳进攻新秀，并从吻合六年的海盗混战超过4500码。\n\n随后的几年'05 tailbacks的前五名来看，NFL作为一个整体开始认为随着越来越多的可替代的位置，并且越来越少值得高的选秀权。这一趋势在2013年达到顶峰的时候，对于自1970年合并在第一时间，第一轮由Wents没有一个单一的跑锋的选择。发生同样的事情在2014年，但仍这两个草案产生的莱夫翁·贝尔，弗里曼devonta，卡洛斯·海德，拉塔维斯·默里的喜好，雷克斯·伯克黑德，杰里米·希尔，Jerrick麦金农和詹姆斯·怀特。\n\n已经有一点上这一趋势反推的2013 - 14年以来，随着球队愿意用非常高的选秀权背上特殊的考虑，他们是 - 结埃利奥特，saquon巴克利，伦纳德Fournette作为例子。但海盗是最后一次已具体在挑选第五的位置跑了回来。那 无疑 代表了一种趋势发生变化，从1998 - 2001年由于第五拾取被上跑四个连续次使用（埃尼斯柯蒂斯Ricky威廉斯贾马尔Lewis和拉达尼安·汤姆林森）。\n\n凡具备团队发现，在这13年五号成功，因为澳门赌场最后被挑有大部分已经在防守上。在某些情况下，这些选择已经 疯狂 successful. Eight of those 13 picks were defensive players and five have since gone to the Pro Bowl; a sixth, 2018 first-round, Bradley Chubb seems destined for the same honor after racking up 12 sacks as a rookie. Where there have been "busts" at pick number five in the last 13 years have mostly been on offense, though there's also a Pro Bowl offensive lineman in that mix.\n\n海盗又回到了第一次，因为他们开着自己崭新的凯迪拉克场地里数五座，他们可以成为一个首要的位置，继续在现场成功的这一趋势。他们必须在防守上多点的需求，并也选择坚定的进攻线，而今年的选秀是深在沟槽的两侧。我们的模拟选秀1.0这里buccaneers.com ADH 32所拾取的15 进攻线球员去要么还是防守线球员/ EDGE rushers。 CBS体育看跌的皮特·普里斯科 17在第一轮他的 在模拟我已经发布了2月13日，加入的最新收集到的嘲笑上nfl.com 也有17.\n\n以下是位置该数字5顺位在过去13年中已经取得了，自从上次海盗那HAD芯片，以及这些选择的结果。Defensive Backs (3): Eric Berry, Patrick Peterson, Jalen Ramsey\n\nAnalysts often employ baseball terms to describe the success, or lack thereof, of draft picks. A reach that fails to pan out is a swing-and-a-miss, but a pick that turns into a star player is a home run for that team's general manager.\n\nSo what is this group of defensive backs? A three-for-three outing with three grand slams? It's hard to imagine a trio of selections working out any better than this. Eric Berry is a five-time Pro Bowler and three-time first-team Associated Press All-Pro who has only been slowed down (but, notably, not stopped) by Hodgkin's lymphoma. Patrick Peterson has been in the league eight years and has gone to eight Pro Bowls, which is an awfully nice ratio, and he's also won three AP first-team All-Pro awards. Ramsey has only been in the league three years but is already considered one of the NFL's elite cornerbacks, with two Pro Bowls and a first-team All-Pro award for his mantle.Defensive Linemen/Edge (4): Glenn Dorsey, Ezekiel Ansah, Khalil Mack, Bradley Chubb\n\nIf we're still using baseball terms, this is a very good outing for any hitter: a grand slam, a couple of solid doubles and a long at-bat that produced a ground ball to move a runner from second to 第三 with one out. Man, that got really specific.\n\nThe grand slam is Mack, who has already been to four Pro Bowls and been named first-team All-Pro three times. Really, you could say he has four All-Pro designations from AP because in 2015 he amazingly and historically was named a first-team All-Pro at both linebacker and defensive end. Oh, and Mack was the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year for the 2016 season. We could also put Mack into the linebackers category below, which would make that group look a lot better.\n\nAnsah has been to one Pro Bowl and has 48 sacks in six seasons for the Lions, with two years of double-digit sacks. That's solid production and a good pick for Detroit. Chubb, as mentioned above, was exactly the impact pass-rusher the Broncos were hoping to get and pair with Von Miller. Chubb's 12 sacks did not result in a Pro Bowl berth but you could blame that on a loaded position that only had one of the three original selections pull out of the game. Chubb was a second alternate, so he would have gotten in had one more player decided not to attend.\n\nDorsey never really developed into a star and finished with just seven sacks but he did play in 104 NFL games with 92 starts.Offensive Linemen (2): Levi Brown, Brandon Scherff\n\nThe first four years of this 13-year look were the shakiest, including the Arizona Cardinals' pick of tackle Levi Brown in 2007. Brown is widely considered a bust by Cardinals fans because he never really developed into the cornerstone left tackle they were expecting. He was a Pro Bowl alternate once but has no real accolades on his resume. He did start 79 games.\n\nScherff, on the other hand, is a star who has already been two Pro Bowls in four seasons for Washington. He was drafted extremely high for a guard, which led many to believe the Redskins projected him as a tackle. Instead, Washington has left Scherff on the inside and reaped the benefits on a very good offensive line.\n\nWide Receivers (2): Justin Blackmon, Corey Davis\n\nBlackmon is easily the biggest bust on this list of 13 players, thanks to off-the-field issues. He played in a total of 20 games over two seasons with Jacksonville, catching 93 passes for 1,280 yards and six touchdowns. When he wason the field, Blackmon had stretches where it looked like he could indeed become a star in the NFL, but that was irrelevant in the long run in comparison to his personal issues.\n\nDavis happens to have a line through his first two seasons that looks very much like what Blackmon did: 99 catches for 1,266 yards and four touchdowns. The difference, of course, is that Davis' career is just getting started. After being limited by injuries as a rookie, he had 891 yards and four scores last year. That's not star-quality production yet, but he has time to get there.Linebackers (1): A.J. Hawk\n\nHawk is first on this list, chronologically, going to the Packers in 2006. He never made a Pro Bowl or won an All-Pro award, but he did start nearly every game for nine seasons in Green Bay, and he was a starter on the Packers' most recent Super Bowl-winning team (2010). Hawk played in 159 games over 11 NFL seasons, starting 147 of them, and had 950 tackles and 20 sacks.\n\nQuarterback (1): Mark Sanchez\n\nSanchez was the second quarterback chosen in 2009, with the Jets trading up after Detroit took Matthew Stafford first overall. Sanchez was the starter for a New York team that advanced to the AFC Championship Game in each of his first two seasons, and he continued to start for two more years after that.\n\nAnd that's probably the best that can be said for Sanchez's career to date. He has since played for Philadelphia, Dallas and Washington, starting one game last year for the Redskins. Sanchez has a career passer rating of 73.2 and a TD-INT ratio of 86-89. Quarterbacks taken that high in the draft are generally considered busts if they don't develop into franchise players.\n\n**\n\nIn summary, the fifth-overall pick has been used quite well for the most part since the last time it was in the possession of the Buccaneers. (Technically, Tampa Bay also owned that spot heading into the 2012 draft but later traded down to number seven.) That is particularly true when it comes to defensive players and even more so if one considers only the last nine years. In that span, teams picking at number five have come away with players combining to make 22 Pro Bowls and earn 10 美联社 first-team All-Pro honors, not to mention an Defensive Player of the Year award. While Justin Blackmon is out of the game, Corey Davis and Bradley Chubb still have the potential to join that Pro Bowl list. The Buccaneers would like to make it a solid decade of drafting success at pick number five.\n\nUnless they trade down, that is.