2010 NFL Draft Debate: Eric Berry or Gerald McCoy for Tampa Bay

March 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Tampa Bay  Buccaneers are still feeling the pains of rebuilding. After years of Jon Gruden building this football team with bargain basement free agents in their mid-30s, the Bucs decided to go with a youth movement in 2009.
The result: a 3-13 record.
Tampa, however, has a promising young quarterback in Josh Freeman and a talented offensive line. The defense needs some work, though. If Ndamakong Suh is still on the board, its a no-brainer that Tampa should draft Suh. But with Detroit eyeing Suh, that scenario is unlikely.
The staff at nfldraft101.com debates which direction the Bucs should go with the third overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft:
Why the Bucs should take Eric Berry at No. 3.  (By Chief Scout Dan Wernery)
The debate should be simple. Right? Tampa Bay had the worst run defense in the NFL in 2009. Ryan Sims and Chris Hovan are the starters at defensive tackle. Shouldn't Tampa Bay select Gerald McCoy with the third over...

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