As the NFL Draft approaches, many teams are putting potential picks under a microscope, evaluating everything from the forty-yard dash to what type of animal they would be. But the big question is which player will be taken with the number one overall pick. Most draft analysts suggest that it will be a quarterback, but it is highly debated which quarterback fits best with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Drafting a quarterback with the first overall pick is a no brainer. Quarterback is the position that franchises are built on, so why wouldn’t you invest your most valuable pick on one? But drafting a quarterback comes with inherent risks that could make or break a franchise. Cases in point, Peyton Manning and Jamarcus Russell.