The Jaguars drafted a kicker in the 3rd in 2012, which seemed crazy at the time. Their in-state rivals, the Buccaneers, one-upped them this year.
Not only did Tampa Bay take kicker Roberto Aguayo in the second round of the 2016 NFL draft, they traded up to take him.
Just minutes into Tampa Bay’s first preseason game Thursday night versus the Eagles, they scored a touchdown—setting up Aguayo’s first professional extra point.
Which he missed.
Aguayo finished his college career at Florida State as the most accurate kicker in college football history, which likely proves being on the Buccaneers make you suck, not the other way around.