When you have a franchise such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that has missed the postseason for five consecutive seasons, it's no surprise that they have as many question marks and unknowns as they do.
There are questions about their quarterback and his future with the franchise. There are holes to fill at key positions, and there is lingering uncertainty about the backup running back and troubled cornerback, both of whom appear to have fallen out of favor with the head coach.
Speaking of which, there are even some concerns about the man in charge himself, Greg Schiano, and the tactics and schemes he deploys come Sundays. For all the good he did in changing the culture last offseason was all but forgotten post-Kneelgate.
But that is the beauty of the offseason—it's an opportunity for coaching staffs to address their needs, refine their message and focus their attention towards the season ahead.
All of which brings us to the 2013 NFL draft, where the Bucs currently hold eight picks, including two in both the fourth and sixth rounds.
To that point, here are the Buccaneers' biggest questions heading into April's draft.