I'm curious to hear from other Buc Fans what position do you find as a weakness and how you plan on solving this problem. Now from your perspective you make say there are multiple problems ( which is fine ), but more specifically I want you to choose one free agent that you think would help this team improve.
The defense line still has huge question mark regarding each player (Yes each player)! Lets start off with Clayborn who had an a pretty solid rookie season with 7 sacks but unfortunately he got hurt early in the season of 2012. Coming off a torn ligament we won't know how this will affect his play in 2013. Next up is Akeem Spence/Gibson/Landri or whoever will be playing the nose tilt position. Can they play up too Roy Millers capabilities or better? I don't know but that leaves another question mark. Gerald Mccoy is an outstanding player who was finally able to play a full season but that leaves him currently 1 for 3 in seasons playing. It will be interesting to see if he can stay healthy once again! Lastly, Da'quan Bowers who suffered a torn achilles last year and has yet to play a full season since entering the league. Not only do we trust him playing this year but he will become a starting defense end and will be playing a large amount of the snaps. Yes we received some late round draft picks that are supposed to help out with the pass rush but that is just going to lead to more question marks regarding the defensive line.
Personally I feel that Israel Idonije will be the best fit into the Tampa Bay scheme. He comes from a dominating defense Chicago Bears, which he will bring great veteran leadership along the defensive line. Yes he is currently 32 but he still produced 7.5 sacks last year. Hes great against the run, would be a good weapon as a third down pass rusher, and bringing great depth/competition along the line. I am not big on the media attention that Tampa gets but I guarantee so many more heads would turn around at Tampa if a move such as this would be made.
Israel Idonije is my free agent pick up, who is yours?