The Giants have traded Jason Pierre-Paul and a 4th round pick to the Buccaneers for a 3rd round pick and a 4th round pick
To me the only good thing about this trade is that we free up some cap space but other than that there’s not but to like about it. We trade debatably are best defensive linemen away for essentially a third round pick because we are sending our fourth round pick to the Bucs and they are sending theirs to us and I feel JPP is worth more than just a third. If we would have gotten a second our didn’t give up our fourth than I feel I would like the deal better. Also this leaves a gapping hope at DE and there is not a lot of good free agents left. The only replace I can think of is Bradley Chubb out of NC State.
Like I said early the only good thing about this deal is we free up cap but still there was other things we could have done that would have been better. We could have restructured Eli’s contract or traded away Oliver Vernon who spent most of this season hurt and underachieving or we could have cut Marshall who also spent this season hurt.
I'll be last person to complain about this blockbuster trade i seriously can't count on all my fingers the amount of games in the last 2-3 seasons to where the Buccaneers had a 3 or 4 point lead in the fourth quarter and our defensive line couldn't get pressure on opposing quarterbacks to give us a victory.
Nope i clearly remember countless times teams drove up and down the field to beat us and one team in 2017 drove like 75 yards in 3 plays i mean the list goes on and on to be honest.
Yea #JPP barley has two hands but he's proven even with a handicap he's far better quarterback sack artist than any other player on our team.
Our leading defensive end in sacks in 2017 had only a pathetic 2.5 sack total and ya'll fans still wanna complain???
JPP will have at leat 3 more productive seasons in the NFL dude has a motor something us Bucs fans just isn't use to watching.
Congratulations #JasonLicht on crushing this 2018 off season thus far can't wait to see guru at work in April for the NFL draft.
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