The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had an incredibly surprising and promising 2010 season.
Picked by many experts to have no more than four wins, the Bucs tallied 10 for the season. Had they beaten the Detroit Lions in Week 15, they would have made the playoffs.
Despite their success, there are still holes to fill on this team. The pass rush, especially from the edges, was lacking. The linebacking corps was soft and missed too many tackles. They need a replacement for the aging Ronde Barber at cornerback and the offensive line could use some depth and potential starters.
The Bucs have one pick in each of the first five rounds. Here's who they should target.