20. Rob Gronkowski
Who doesn’t love Gronk? It’s impossible not to. But it’s also important to remember he retired for a reason. In short, he is old now. The Buccaneers have a strong roster on paper but perhaps. The massive tight end is actually playing solid football but it’s tough to know how long that will continue. When you retire due to injury issues the smart thing is normally to stay retired, especially when you’ve managed your money as well as Gronkowski did.
This is not to say that Gronkowski is now suddenly awful because he obviously isn’t. However, if we talk about his time as a Tampa player, then it’s just fair to say that he’s not the same player. We’re effectively talking about two different types of players. Meanwhile, Tampa coach Bruce Arians often prefers his tight ends to block which also inhibits Gronkowski’s game.