2. Ronald Jones II
Keeping the trend going of second-round picks from 2018 for the Buccaneers, unlike Davis, Ronald Jones II hasn’t exactly made the consistent impact Tampa Bay was hoping to see over the last two seasons, although there is plenty of time to turn things around.
Now that Brady is officially on board to help run what could be one of the league’s best offenses in 2020, Jones will be in great position to top last year’s numbers (724 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 172 carries) across the board.
Of course, Jones will be facing plenty of extra pressure as well in 2020 after Tampa Bay decided to use one of their recent draft picks on Vanderbilt’s Ke’Shawn Vaughn, meaning his starting job is far from a guarantee.
For all the Buccaneers know, Vaughn could end up being the better option as the No. 1 running back entering the 2020 season, and if this does end up being the case, this could also mean the Buccaneers could afford to explore trade options for Jones as well.
The preference in Tampa Bay at the moment seems to be keep both running backs around, but since Philadelphia could benefit from depth beyond Miles Sanders, this seems like another option worth exploring as well.