Great route runner, great hands, three 1,000-yard receiving seasons with incompetence at quarterback. Injuries have prevented him from being truly statistically dominant this year, but he's still a premium receiver and every team could use another one of those. They're rare enough as it is.
Would you like to have a dynamic, explosive, pass-catching running back? No? Why on earth not?
Spiller's managed 760 yards from scrimmage this year after putting up 1,703 yards last year. He's still a bit inconsistent and may not be a true feature back, but he's a formidable offensive weapons who can help any offense be more productive.
Quite silently, Mario Williams is earning the massive contract he received last year. He had 10.5 sacks in 2012 and has 12 sacks this year, on pace to break his own career-high of 14 sacks in a season. Williams would be exactly the kind of edge rusher the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lack, and he'd be a great fit alongside Gerald McCoy.
AKA super-rookie. Alonso's gotten a lot of hype this year, and rightly so. He's a tackling machine, has two sacks and four interceptions and plays well against both the run and the pass. He looks like a steal for the Bills, who drafted him in the second round. While the Bucs have Mason Foster, who's no slouch, Alonso looks like an upgrade.
Which Bill would you add to the Buccaneers?