- Pat Yasinskas, ESPN Staff Writer
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TAMPA, Fla. -- The biggest decision the Buccaneers have to make this offseason is at quarterback.
They have to decide if they believe Mike Glennon is a capable starter or not. If the answer is no, the Bucs will need to go out and get a quarterback. There isn’t likely to be anyone overly impressive in free agency, so that means the Bucs may have to use the No. 7 overall draft pick on a quarterback.
Once the Bucs make a decision at quarterback, there are plenty of other areas that need work. Start with the pass rush and the offensive line. Both of those areas could be targeted in free agency and the draft. The Bucs need a pass-rushing defensive end to complement defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. They also may decide to overhaul an offensive line that underachieved last season.
Depth at tight end and wide receiver also are areas that need to be addressed this offseason.