When you compare the 2019 Buccaneers and the 2020 Buccaneers position by position, there aren’t a ton of significant differences. Quarterback is obviously the big one, with Tom Brady replacing Jameis Winston. But second to that change—and perhaps a close second, at that—is Tampa Bay’s upgrade at right tackle.
The team moved on from veteran Demar Dotson last offseason, leaving a gap at the right tackle position that hadn’t been there in years. To address that hole, the Bucs traded up one spot in April’s draft to select Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs—the highest-rated tackle on their draft board—with the No.