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“Filthy Five” – 5 Best Rookie Seasons in Bucs History

by Erik Sabol on October 5, 2011

Rookies thrive in Tampa Bay.  But the unfortunate reality is, sometimes sophomores don’t. For years, Buc fans have been taunted with lustrous rookie campaigns — David Greenwood‘s 1985, Errict Rhett‘s 1994, Arron Sears‘s 2007 — only to watch promising careers dissolve in the following seasons, be it by injury, apathy, or general misfortune. Here are the […]

Initially, I set out to catalog the five hardest hitters in the history of the franchise — something I still might pursue later in the season.  But thanks to John Lynch, the prompt lacked surprise; he was the only eligible candidate for the list’s premier entry, setting standards that no other Buccaneer has come close […]

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Wednesday News & Notes

by Staff Report on October 6, 2010

Rookie running back, Legarrette Blount is being touted as the next train, although the original train, Mike Alstott was amply named the A-Trian for his perseverance in short yardage situations and his battering ram style of trucking would be defenders. Blount has been given the moniker of the B-Train by local scribe Roy Cummings of […]