If you're a fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, one of the biggest mistakes you can make on draft day is to lock your team into one player. Most of the time, going in with a "so-and-so-or-bust" mentality will only leave you disappointed.
Much like every fan should, each NFL team has to approach every draft with a plethora of different scenarios in mind. Crazy things happen, and no front office wants to end up in a situation that it hasn't fleshed out and planned for.
With the 2014 draft starting May 8 and ending two days later, let's take a look at the best- and worst-case scenarios for the Bucs in each of the first three rounds.