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"Statistically, 2012 was quarterback Josh Freeman’s best season in the league; however he has still left the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with something to be desired. "maybe he had the most TD's and or yards..but in 2010 he had the 8th best touchdown to interception ratio ever(25/6). So i disagree completely with that
"In Weeks 12-17, the Buccaneers finished with a record of 1-5 and were outscored in those losses 147-80. Additionally in the last six games of the season Freeman completed only 53 percent of 239 pass attempts while throwing six touchdowns in comparison to 10 interceptions"But....but....we missed the playoffs cause the defense!!! Allowing an average of 24.5 points per game is not good, so the defense shares the blame for sure, but the offense averaging 13.3 points per game is why we missed the playoffs. The saddest part about that, is during that six game stretch we played some of the worst defenses in the NFL....and people wonder why so many have seen enough of Freeman. Go on game rewind, watch the those 6 games, and tell me with a straight face that you really want Freeman back. Most people won't make it past the 41-0 Saints game before they have to stop watching.
The season was over after we lost to the Eagles that put as at 6-7, so for you, or anyone, to use stats from the last 3 games as to why we missed the playoffs is beyond stupid.
This list is garbage. Where is Jay Cutler, Cam Newton, Mark Sanchez, Brandon Weeden? They all have more to prove next year then most on this list. Only ones they got right was Romo and Freeman.
All I know is, I want Teddy Bridgewater if Freeman doesn't play well next year. I'd be willing to make a Redskins-esque trade to acquire him.