ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 31: Kicker Roberto Aguayo #19 of the Florida State Seminoles falls down on first quarter field goal attempt against the Houston Cougars during the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl at the Georgia Dome on December 31, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

One GM calls Tampa drafting Aguayo the 'dumbest pick in the history of the draft'

Well, there's one way to say you don't like a team's draft strategy.

Well, someone doesn't like kickers very much. Just a couple of days after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted former Florida State placekicker Roberto Aguayo with the 52nd overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the move already being criticized. The Bucs actually traded up — giving away third and fourth-round selections to move into the second round and grab Aguayo.

According to Bleacher Report's Matt Freeman, one NFL general manager called the Bucs trading up for a kicker "the dumbest pick in the history of the draft."

"One scout told me he considered the move to actually be fairly smart. Freeman writes on B/R. "The reason? The rule changes have made kickers extremely valuable. This scout believes that in the next few years, they could become as valuable as running backs."

Given that Aguayo left Florida State as the most accurate kicker in college football history, this other scout Freeman mentions could actually be right. When you have a consistent kicker such as Aguayo, you could find a way to win more games when your offense isn't able to punch it into the end zone.

We'll see how the move ends up working for Tampa. One thing's for certain — calling the pick the 'dumbest pick in the history of the draft' certainly won't make 'Nole fans very happy.