For the past couple seasons, the Buccaneers have been looking for a home run threat. Mike Evans isn’t a prototypical deep threat. They were hoping Donteea Dye could do that, but with inconsistencies at staying healthy and catching, that didn’t pan out. Towards the end of the season, the Bucs signed Josh Huff who could help stretch the field but doesn’t have the rep to be a legitimate home run threat. However, this offseason the Buccaneers have added DeSean Jackson.
Since coming into the league, Jackson has been the home run threat just ask Giants fans. With his speed and impeccable ability to track the ball, Jackson has always been atop of the best deep threats in the league. On Bleacher Report’s list this year, Jackson comes in between TY Hilton at three and Julio Jones at one. With Jameis Winston’s arm strength, Jackson could but up to the top of this list by seasons end.