NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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32. player. 48. <p>It’s all well and good that the Buccaneers drafted Jameis Winston No. 1 overall this spring, but they still have to be viewed as the NFL’s worst team. Just look at the secondary. The Bucs addressed their 25<sup>th</sup>-ranked pass defense in 2014 by plucking Chris Conte and Major Wright from the similarly terrible Chicago Bears secondary. And D.J. Swearinger won’t comfort any Tampa fans at the safety postion, either. The Buccaneers aren’t bad solely because of their pass defense, but rather the efforts they made to repair the pass defense act as a microcosm of the problems throughout the roster that will hinder Winston in his first season.</p> <p>Dane Fletcher played with the Bucs in 2014, and signed with the Patriots as a free agent this spring. Also, after the Patriots cut ties with tight end Tim Wright, the Buccaneers swooped in and signed him.</p>. NFC South. 2014: 2-14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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