Perhaps the biggest and most obvious hole on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was in the secondary. A unit that was thin to begin with collapsed after they traded Aqib Talib, and many people expect them to address the position in this year's draft.
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After trading Aqib Talib, the Buccaneers' secondary was in shambles. Xavier Rhodes may seem like a reach here, but the gap between him and Milliner is not as big as some think. He's a rangy cornerback who would step in and upgrade this secondary immediately.
Kadar and Fairburn have Dee Milliner going to the Chargers at No. 11, but there's a very real possibility he could fall to the Bucs. Safety Kenny Vaccaro is also another solid option at this spot. The Bucs are in a good position to get an immediate upgrade on their weakest unit.