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Winners of the 2020 NFL Draft
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June 29, 2020
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The NFL wrapped up its annual draft with three full days, seven rounds, and 255 picks of football-lover’s paradise. And, the league did it all virtually.

With Commissioner Roger Goodell calling out picks from his basement, the NFL stuck to its schedule and held the 2020 draft during a public health crisis. In doing so, the league set a new TV ratings record for Round 1. The league was a definite winner this year. Here’s who else prospered at the 2020 NFL Draft.

The Cincinnati Bengals

With the first overall pick in the draft, the Bengals got the face of the franchise for the next decade – quarterback Joe Burrow. The Heisman Trophy winner is a likely Day 1 starter and he’ll have plenty of weapons.

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Can Gronkowski Help Tampa Bay Win?
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June 29, 2020
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has a few favorite sayings. One is “no risk it, no biscuit.” The Bucs have apparently taken Arians’ words to heart.

Former New England All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski was lured out of retirement and acquired by Tampa Bay via trade. The Bucs sent a measly fourth-round draft pick to the Patriots for the rights to Gronkowski, arguably one of the best to every play his position.

Remember, this is after Arians and the Bucs went out and acquired QB Tom Brady in free agency. Brady and Gronkowski, of course, have a long history from their time in New England.

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Can Tom Brady Take Tampa Bay to Super Bowl LV?
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March 28, 2020
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And just like that, the New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick-Tom Brady dynasty was no more. Brady’s recent signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers brings an era in New England to an end. It also begins what could be an exciting chapter in Tampa.

Brady is the owner of six Super Bowl rings. Remember, those are given to winners. Is it possible that Brady can guide the Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV? Anything is possible.

Remember the 49ers?

In 2018, San Francisco finished the regular season 4-12. A year later, they went 13-3, won the NFC West Division title for the first time since 2012, and played in the Super Bowl. The Bucs went a respectable 7-9 in head coach Bruce Arians first season in Tampa.

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Where Will Jameis Winston End Up?
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March 27, 2020
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Jameis Winston’s career in Tampa Bay was over long before the Bucs went out and signed Tom Brady in free agency. You simply don’t throw 30 interceptions for the quarterback-whispering Bruce Arians and automatically get your starting job back.

Winston’s contract with the Buccaneers expired and there was no way Tampa Bay was using the franchise tag on a guy who will likely be an NFL backup in 2020. With returning to Tampa Bay now definitely out of the equation, where will Winston end up next season?

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