相关链接\n\n \n\n用品\n\n\n 银行成长为球员\n 什么看在在线旅行社\n \n 澳门赌场标志阿里·马彭特\n\n\n \n\n相片\n\n\n OTA实践的第9天\n \n 削减在一个愎治愈\n\n\n \n\n视频\n\n\n 亮点：温斯顿染\n \n 邮袋：玩家实用性的 \n\n\n（Http://www.corysrus.com/news/index.html）\n\n\n\n\n*每个星期在休赛期，资深作家/编辑斯科特·史密斯将球迷海盗浸入收件箱中回答问题。这一周，我们看的深度和起始于问题的几个景点，包括紧，角和进攻线的竞争。如果澳门赌场做结了多诺万史密斯和阿里·马彭特在开幕当天首发阵容，这将体现出阵容决定球队已经没有25年重复。 \n\n球迷们可以通过Twitter提交即将举行的邮袋问题@scottsbucs（#bucsmailbag），通过官方海盗的Facebook页面或通过电子邮件，在邮件 firstname.lastname@example.org。在一个愎邮袋运行的每个星期四，并且不必为了反映球队的管理层或教练组的意见。* ...1.紧深度？\n\n\n @scottsbucs @tbbuccaneers 我有注射错误的和我们被迫2人签署街道N 14“如何在寻找N15的深度” #bucsmailbag\n \n - 豪尔赫·戈麦斯（@ mex38bucs） 2015年6月9日\n\n\n事实上，去年是像相较于2013年的抽取，如果你还记得，落选新秀外接手和转换蒂姆·赖特出现了无处作为一个海滩之旅的海盗紧军团一个相当有效的通抢眼这一年紧，但出生那必然的了。卢克·斯托克和内特·比汉撞上去名单在赛季初，与汤姆·克拉布特里 - 休赛期自由球员皮卡哪个澳门赌场寄予厚望 - 受伤年初，再次受到伤害周围旺季回来，然后和降落被伤害的储备随着休息。六种不同的紧两端的活跃花名册当年锯时，上述四加凯尔·亚当斯和丹尼贵族。那可怕的打击的背景下，这样一个事实：2014年的阵容三个基色紧两端 - 奥斯汀·塞弗里安·詹金斯布兰登·迈尔斯和卢克·斯托克 - 打组合36场比赛有22点开始看起来不那么糟糕。他们做了所有的想念一段时光，和他们的伤势融合各地十一月和十二月到需要促进落选新秀卡梅伦·布雷特的，但是，这不是一件坏事。诺贝特有机会展示我做什么，是轻度莫非令人印象深刻。他回来找今年再出手。 \n\n不过，你不能完全关闭与评估，豪尔赫。最值得注意的是，Seferian - 詹金斯错过了大约一半的赛季，几个不同的伤病，而我可能永远不会完全健康。我受伤作出了很好的印象，在他的第一个NFL接待一个26码的增益后的赛季揭幕战，我只好每年都因伤问题作斗争。在2014年较高的第二轮选秀权，Seferian - 詹金斯预计生产超过21个渔获221码和两次得分，而且几乎可以肯定，如果我有会享有更好的运气伤害。 \n\n好了，ASJ（因为我通常是指为了方便）说，他现在完全健康的我和我想象我已经在一个非常大九月大二赛季他的目光。 ADH储料有运气的伤害持续不佳NFL在他的前四个赛季，但随着一年，是够了，作为一个拦截器有助于获得新的ESTA休赛期的合同已经打了13场比赛最后七场。无论我和迈尔斯应全走标题进入训练营今年，太。If those main three guys can all stay healthy, the depth will be fine. Presumably, ASJ will rise to primary starter status, probably sooner than later. If so, the position will then be rounded out by much more veteran experience (Myers and Stocker) than the team has generally had at the tight end position. They have complementary skills, too, with Myers quite capable of putting up good receiving numbers and Stocker showing off his blocking skills last year. \n\nIf injuries strike again, the depth is not optimal, but there aren't many teams that go four and five deep in experienced tight ends. As of now, there are five tight ends on the 90-man roster, with the above three joining Brate and first-year man Taylor Sloat, who was around for portions of last year on the practice squad. Evan Rodriguez is listed as a FB/TE on the Bucs' roster but has been working with the running backs so far in this offseason. From a sheer numbers standpoint, five doesn't seem particularly deep to me and I wouldn't be surprised if there is an addition to that crew before training camp, simply to spread the reps around a little more. \n\nInterestingly, while I was composing this answer, a co-worker came into my office to tell me that the Patriots had released Wright. The Buccaneers, who traded Wright to New England last August along with a fourth-round pick in order to get guard Logan Mankins, still own the first spot on the waiver wire. That advantage has already netted the team safety D.J. Swearinger and linebacker Khaseem Greene. I don't honestly know how much the Bucs' player personnel experts like Wright, but if they want to bring him back nobody can block them. Keep an eye on that issue over the next 24 hours. \n\n2. Jenkins' Role?That's a good question, WOAT, but I'm not sure that Jenkins would concede your central premise. I imagine that right now he sees his role as competing to be the starter at right cornerback. It's good that you have confidence in Banks, and I agree that his development over the course of last season makes him the favorite for the job, but I don't think Jenkins is out of the running. Remember that before he got hurt in the first regular-season game last year, Jenkins was actually ahead of Banks on the depth chart.But let's run with your premise for the sake of the argument. If the Bucs open the season with Banks and Alterraun Verner as their starting cornerbacks, what does that mean for Jenkins? Well, first off, I don't think he's likely going to be in the running for the nickel back job. It's tempting to say that, when you include the nickel position, there are essentially three starting cornerback jobs available, and if Jenkins proves he's #3 that means he'd get that role. However, the Buccaneers very specifically train their nickel corners, and the starter there is likely to be somebody who has been working at that position for months rather than the man left out in the competition for the outside spots. Presumably, free agent acquisition Sterling Moore is the front-runner for that job, with Leonard Johnson and a few others in the conversation.To me, that makes Jenkins (or Banks if the competition swings the other way) a very valuable reserve. It's hard to get your entire secondary through the season without a few missed games here or there due to injury. Last year, Banks was inactive for one contest and Verner for two, and there were times when the Bucs' depth at the position was severely tested. You may remember some games where Brandon Dixon, a (promising) rookie and late addition to the roster as a waiver claim, played quite a bit. If you have Jenkins available at that time, rather than on injured reserve, it's likely that he would have gotten that playing time and would have brought a lot of experience to the job. \n\nThe Bucs might even have some specific sub packages for Jenkins even when Banks and Verner are healthy. I guess what I'm saying is, whoever does not win that job won't just waste away on the sidelines all season. I think the coaching staff would find a way to use all of them. \n\n3. Hey Casey & Scott, I get that the Buccs drafted two offensive lineman that they want to start right away. That's a good thing, I guess, because the line clearly needed some more talent on it after last year. Still, isn't it a bit risky to start two rookies at the same time, especially when youre trying to protect the quarterback you just drafted? Or is that more common than I think. Have the Bucs started multiple rookie son the O line before?\n\nThanks!\n\nJim Tolbert, St. Pete Bucs fan! \n\nWell, I think it's only "risky" (there's risk in every change to the lineup, really) if the Bucs' personnel department missed on their evaluations of Donovan Smith and Ali Marpet, the two rookie linemen to which you refer. While neither one will be automatically handed a starting job, it's true that Plan A is for Smith to start at left tackle and Marpet at right guard. Everybody is learning a new offense this offseason, so it's not like the rookies are far behind the veterans in picking up the system. Yes, there is the issue of adjusting to the NFL (especially for Marpet, who comes from Hobart, a Division III school), but if those two prove to be better players than those they're competing against, it's no more risky to Jameis Winston for them to be on the field than the players they replaced.Starting on the offensive line as a rookie isn't that unusual, especially for high picks. The last time before 2015 that the Buccaneers drafted an offensive lineman in one of the first three rounds was 2008, when they took Jeremy Zuttah in the third. Zuttah started the first four games of that season (albeit due to an injury to Davin Joseph, but still). Before that, it was Arron Sears in the second round in 2007, and Sears started every game at left guard. (He was quite good, too, though his career would soon be derailed by personal issues.) Speaking of Joseph, the Buccaneers drafted him in the first round and tackle Jeremy Trueblood in the second round in 2006. Joseph had to overcome a preseason injury to start his rookie campaign but he was meant to be an opening-day starter and was in the lineup by Game Five. Trueblood was a starter by Game Four. \n\nThat's the most recent example of two drafted rookies starting together on the Bucs' offensive line, though as noted they didn't start in the season opener. Actually, the last time Tampa Bay had two rookies playing together on the O-Line was 2010, when Ted Larsen and Derek Hardman handled the guard spots for the last four games of the year (Larsen actually started the last 11 games). Larsen had been a waiver claim from New England and Hardman was an undrafted rookie. Again, they were not out there on opening day, and in fact they were forced into action by a rash of injuries to other starters.The last time the Buccaneers opened a season with at least two rookies starting on the offensive line was 1990. Fourth-round pick Tony Mayberry started at center and fifth-round pick Ian Beckles started at right guard as the Buccaneers beat the Detroit Lions, 38-21. That was actually Mayberry's only start of the year, as he filled in for an injured Randy Grimes, but Mayberry would step in the next year and begin a streak of nine straight years in which he didn't miss a start. \n\nBefore that, the last time the Buccaneers started two rookie offensive linemen in a regular-season opener was…well, never. So, yeah, it's not a common thing to do. But extraordinary measures are needed here, and the team went into Day Two of this year's draft determined to address the O-Line issue. The most analogous situation was 2006, when Joseph and Trueblood came in together and were, for all intents and purposes, starters right away, one at tackle and one at guard. Both had pretty good runs in Tampa, with Joseph achieving greater heights, including a pair of Pro Bowls. Let's hope Smith and Marpet are starting together for a long time, too.