With the Bucs bringing in veteran K Nick Folk this week, it begs the question; How serious is GM Jason Licht and Bucs ownership about parting ways with their very expensive 2nd round draft pick at kicker?
There’s a simple and logical idea behind Aguayo’s struggles. So why? Maybe Mr. Perfect had it easy in his three years in Tallahassee under Jimbo Fisher. It all came so effortlessly to him as a Nole, maybe a bit like a certain other former Seminole with noted struggles his rookie year paired with way too many detractors. Maybe Aguayo doesn’t need a 10-year vet to come in and possibly force him into unwanted spotlights.
Is it fathomable, just like Jameis, he takes year two offseason much different and prepares like a pro and not a college kid? Either way, the kid is on the hot seat; but I think less than Bucs management are leading us to believe. Aguayo is TOO good to be this bad. An anomaly. He’s still got Olindo Mare potential to be great from mid range! Go Bucs!