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Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2022 NFL Mock Draft Roundup 1.0

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2022 NFL Draft, we will update our Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Bucs:

EDSFootball - Hanson (5/10)

31. John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

With DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle off the NFL, Metchie III will become Alabama's top wideout for the 2021 season. If the draft materializes this way, Metchie would be the fifth 'Bama first-round receiver over a three-draft period (2020-2022). Metchie was just shy of 1,000 yards as a sophomore with 55 receptions for 916 yards and six touchdowns.

Touchdown Wire - Schofield (5/7)

31. Tyler Davis, IDL, Clemson

Full credit to Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht, who found a way to get the band back together this off-season. That allowed the organization to add value and look to the future early in the draft, and they did just that, adding EDGE Joe Tryon in the first round and quarterback Kyle Trask in the second.

Now they can look to add on the interior alongside Vita Vea, and Tyler Davis could be an ideal option. Davis has been a mainstay on the inside for the Clemson Tigers since stepping on campus, and he became the first true freshman to start at defensive tackle since Jeff Mills in 1974. He led all true freshman interior defensive lineman in sacks in 2019 with 5.5. Last season he added a pair of sacks while dealing with an MCL sprain, but he is healthy and ready to put together a monster season.

PFF - Renner (5/7)

31. Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

Linderbaum is the top center on PFF's draft board and one heck of an athlete for the position. He's put on a good deal of weight since he first became a starter in 2019 and earned an outstanding 91.5 overall grade last year.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2021 NFL Schedule

Below you will find the weekly NFL regular-season schedule for the Bucs in 2021.

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WeekDateOpponentTime / Tickets
Week 1Thu., Sept. 9vs. Dallas Cowboys8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 2Sun., Sept. 19vs. Atlanta Falcons4:05 PM / Tickets
Week 3Sun., Sept. 26at Los Angeles Rams4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 4Sun., Oct. 3at New England Patriots8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 5Sun., Oct. 10vs. Miami Dolphins1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 6Thu., Oct. 14at Philadelphia Eagles8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 7Sun., Oct. 24vs. Chicago Bears4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 8Sun., Oct. 31at New Orleans Saints4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 9BYE
Week 10Sun., Nov. 14at Washington Football Team1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 11Mon., Nov. 22vs. New York Giants8:15 PM / Tickets
Week 12Sun., Nov. 28at Indianapolis Colts1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 13Sun., Dec. 5at Atlanta Falcons1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 14Sun., Dec. 12vs. Buffalo Bills4:25 PM / Tickets
Week 15Sun., Dec. 19vs. New Orleans Saints8:20 PM / Tickets
Week 16Sun., Dec. 26at Carolina Panthers1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 17Sun., Jan. 2at New York Jets1:00 PM / Tickets
Week 18Sun., Jan. 9vs. Carolina Panthers1:00 PM / Tickets

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2021 NFL Power Rankings: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Throughout the 2021 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a post-draft roundup for the Bucs in our consensus 2021 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 2

Players who benefited most from draft: OLBs Shaquil Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul

Neither Barrett nor Pierre-Paul like to come off the field, but the addition of first-round draft pick Joe Tryon as a rotational player could help keep both players, especially Pierre-Paul, who is now 32, fresh, especially when that midseason lull starts to kick in. Perhaps Tryon's presence will help a more-rested Barrett and Pierre-Paul excel down the stretch. -- Jenna Laine

NFL.com -- Rank: 1

We're sure there've been other years where the reigning Super Bowl champ used its offseason to aggressively pursue keeping the entire core in place for a title defense, but we don't know if there's ever been a team that was this successful. With Antonio Brown back in the fold, every relevant contributor returns for an encore, and it will be fascinating to watch this simple strategy play out. Meanwhile, second-round pick Kyle Trask becomes the latest QB prospect selected to eventually replace a retiring Tom Brady. Get comfortable, kid.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 2021 Draft Results

The table below are all of the 2021 NFL Draft picks selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

RoundOverallPlayerPositionSchool
132Joe TryonEDGEWashington
264Kyle TraskQBFlorida
395Robert HainseyOTNotre Dame
4129Jaelon DardenWRNorth Texas
5176K.J. BrittLBAuburn
7251Chris WilcoxCBBYU
7259Grant StuardLBHouston

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fantasy Football ADPs

When it comes time to draft our fantasy football teams, it's helpful to know where players are typically being selected in fantasy football drafts.

As we approach the 2020 NFL season, the tool that helps us understand where players are being selected, on average, is fantasy football average draft position (ADP).

Using data from Fantasy Football Calculator, we have set up pages for all fantasy-relevant players that depicts their current trends in standard-scoring and PPR-scoring ADPs.

The chart below displays the Fantasy Football Average Draft Position (ADP) movement over the past 30 days for Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin in 12-team standard-scoring formats.

Chris Godwin Average Draft Position

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