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Congrats to Roberto Aguayo, but the Buccaneers still shouldn't have drafted a kicker in the 2nd round

A game-winner from the Bucs' rookie kicker was great. But he's still hitting just 50 percent of his kicks this season. For one kick, one really, really important kick, Roberto Aguayo did exactly what the Buccaneers thought he would do when they traded up into the second round to draft him this year. Aguayo booted a 38-yard field goal to give the Bucs a last-second 17-14 win.
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