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    • Mark Cook

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      PewterReport.com ranks the 25 All-Time Greatest Buccaneers in this five-part series. Which surprise players make the list? Which Bucs greats don’t make the cut? Find out as we rank players 6-10 in this installment. https://www.pewterreport.com/index.php?option=com_k2&Itemid=20&view=item&layout=item&id=9878

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    • Anonymous

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      Alstott ahead of Rice and Gruber is absurd on any list other than fan popularity!

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    • Anonymous

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      What’s the logic behind putting Gramatica, Karl Williams, Davin Joseph, Gerald McCoy and David on the list but not Brian Kelly.

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    • Anonymous

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      So assuming Brooks, Barber, Sapp, Selmon, and Nickerson are the top 5, who are the best players not on the list? Frank Middleton, Keyshawn Johnson, Mike Williams, Vincent Jackson, Joey Galloway….

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    • Anonymous

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      What's the logic behind putting Gramatica, Karl Williams, Davin Joseph, Gerald McCoy and David on the list but not Brian Kelly.

      Brian Kelly never made a Pro Bowl and was never the best player at his position on the team.

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    • Anonymous

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      What's the logic behind putting Gramatica, Karl Williams, Davin Joseph, Gerald McCoy and David on the list but not Brian Kelly.

      Brian Kelly never made a Pro Bowl and was never the best player at his position on the team.

      Stupid reasons. He was an excellent player for a long time on elite defenses.

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    • Anonymous

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      What's the logic behind putting Gramatica, Karl Williams, Davin Joseph, Gerald McCoy and David on the list but not Brian Kelly.

      Brian Kelly never made a Pro Bowl and was never the best player at his position on the team.

      Stupid reasons. He was an excellent player for a long time on elite defenses.

      I like Kelly and wouldn't argue if he was #24 or #25, but for how long he was on the team, he was only a starter for 4 seasons. Pretty much every player on the list made at least one Pro Bowl.

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    • Anonymous

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      Good lord I do miss the A Train. I’m a homer but I’ve never had more fun watching anyone run the football than him. Also… what I wouldn’t give to have a Simeon Rice on this team.

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    • Anonymous

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      Alstott ahead of Rice and Gruber is absurd on any list other than fan popularity!

      Maybe popularity plays a role. I haven't seen the criteria used to come up with this list.

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    • Anonymous

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      Good lord I do miss the A Train. I'm a homer but I've never had more fun watching anyone run the football than him. Also... what I wouldn't give to have a Simeon Rice on this team.

      +1 on both counts!!

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    • Anonymous

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      I’d put Kelly ahead of Davin

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    • Anonymous

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      I'd put Kelly ahead of Davin

      I'd be fine with that.

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    • bcwizard

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      love the A-train, definitely a top guy

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Rice is better than both Lynch and Barber, but for longevity purposes, I have no problem with them being ahead of him.1. Brooks2. Selmon3. Sapp4. Rice5. Lynch6. BarberAdmittedly, I don't like Sapp as a person and I have a hard time separating that bias, but I still think he's fairly rated at any of the top three positions.

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    • Anonymous

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      I don’t have a problem with Alstott being that high, if I’m not mistaken he’s our all time leader in TDs still. That counts for a lot.

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    • Anonymous

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      I don't have a problem with Alstott being that high, if I'm not mistaken he's our all time leader in TDs still. That counts for a lot.

      But he's a Fullback  :D

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    • Anonymous

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      I'd put Kelly ahead of Davin

      I'd be fine with that.

      Hell I'd put Husted over Davin

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    • Anonymous

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      I don't have a problem with Alstott being that high, if I'm not mistaken he's our all time leader in TDs still. That counts for a lot.

      No problem at all either.  He was so much fun to watch and no player ever got Raymond James rocking more than the A-Train

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    • Anonymous

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      I definitely think Alstott should be ranked high in a popularity list.

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Rice is better than both Lynch and Barber, but for longevity purposes, I have no problem with them being ahead of him.1. Brooks2. Selmon3. Sapp4. Rice5. Lynch6. BarberAdmittedly, I don't like Sapp as a person and I have a hard time separating that bias, but I still think he's fairly rated at any of the top three positions.

      He's my #1 but even the most hateful fan has to acknowledge he's undoubtably top 3.

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    • Anonymous

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      I don't have a problem with Alstott being that high, if I'm not mistaken he's our all time leader in TDs still. That counts for a lot.

      No problem at all either.  He was so much fun to watch and no player ever got Raymond James rocking more than the A-Train

      No question.....he is an all time top 10 Buccaneer. LOVED that guy!!

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    • brycen54

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      It never gets old. Poor Springs thought he could get under those pads but no...http://youtube.com/watch?v=_EVfpqbqxOI#

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Rice is better than both Lynch and Barber, but for longevity purposes, I have no problem with them being ahead of him.1. Brooks2. Selmon3. Sapp4. Rice5. Lynch6. BarberAdmittedly, I don't like Sapp as a person and I have a hard time separating that bias, but I still think he's fairly rated at any of the top three positions.

      He's my #1 but even the most hateful fan has to acknowledge he's undoubtably top 3.

      Agreed.  To me, he is top two, neck and neck with Selmon.  More of a 1a and 1b scenario.

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Rice is better than both Lynch and Barber, but for longevity purposes, I have no problem with them being ahead of him.1. Brooks2. Selmon3. Sapp4. Rice5. Lynch6. BarberAdmittedly, I don't like Sapp as a person and I have a hard time separating that bias, but I still think he's fairly rated at any of the top three positions.

      He's my #1 but even the most hateful fan has to acknowledge he's undoubtably top 3.

      Agreed.  To me, he is top two, neck and neck with Selmon.  More of a 1a and 1b scenario.

      'cept one of them led us to a Lombardi.....and one didn't.

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    • Anonymous

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      I think Rice is better than both Lynch and Barber, but for longevity purposes, I have no problem with them being ahead of him.1. Brooks2. Selmon3. Sapp4. Rice5. Lynch6. BarberAdmittedly, I don't like Sapp as a person and I have a hard time separating that bias, but I still think he's fairly rated at any of the top three positions.

      He's my #1 but even the most hateful fan has to acknowledge he's undoubtably top 3.

      Agreed.  To me, he is top two, neck and neck with Selmon.  More of a 1a and 1b scenario.

      'cept one of them led us to a Lombardi.....and one didn't.

      True, but one had the Glazers, Brooks, Lynch, Barber and Rice working with them...and one didn't.  One also did it with class, one certainly didn't.  That said, I have absolutely no qualms with someone placing Sapp above Selmon.  When the question is as vague as "Who's the Greatest...", without any clear metrics outlined, it invites a lot of variables that each of us will introduce into the equation.  For me, they were both amazing at their respective positions and about even there.  Both were the faces of the team, although in very different ways.  One has a ring, and one has class.  I love both of those  guys, and the difference between their "Greatness" as a Buccaneer is defined by fractions of a percent.

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    • Anonymous

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      1 – Selmon2 - Brooks3 - Sapp4 - Nickerson5 - Barber6 - Rice7 - Gruber8 - Lynch9 - Alstott10 - Giles

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    • Anonymous

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      It never gets old. Poor Springs thought he could get under those pads but no...http://youtube.com/watch?v=_EVfpqbqxOI#

      SO BRUTAL

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