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    All-Time Greatest Buccaneers

    From Pewter Report:

    25. Karl "The Truth" Williams
    24. Lavonte David
    23. Davin Joseph
    22. Dave Logan
    21. Martin Gramatica
    20. Cedric Brown
    19. Kevin House
    18. Gerald McCoy
    17. Warrick Dunn
    16. Brad Johnson
    15. Mark Carrier
    14. Shelton Quarles
    13. Tony Mayberry
    12. Donnie Abraham
    11. James Wilder
    10. Jimmie Giles
    9. Paul Gruber
    8. Simeon Rice
    7. Mike Alstott
    6. John Lynch
    5. Hardy Nickerson
    4. Ronde Barber
    3. Lee Roy Selmon
    2. Warren Sapp
    1. Derrick Brooks

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    16-20
    21-25

    Discuss. Who was too high on the list? Too low?


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    I love how Lavonte David is already on the list after just two years. What a ****ing beast!


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    Obviously, Barber maks it this high on the list because of his longevity (years of service) but he was not as good at his position as numbers 5 thru 11 were at theirs. The organization would take any one of those players at their peak over Barber at his any day, just saying.

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    Warrick should be higher. I loved watching him play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quikdraw View Post
    From Pewter Report:

    25. Karl "The Truth" Williams
    24. Lavonte David
    23. Davin Joseph
    22. Dave Logan
    21. Martin Gramatica
    20. Cedric Brown
    19. Kevin House
    18. Gerald McCoy
    17. Warrick Dunn
    16. Brad Johnson
    15. Mark Carrier
    14. Shelton Quarles
    13. Tony Mayberry
    12. Donnie Abraham
    11. James Wilder
    10. Jimmie Giles
    9. Paul Gruber
    8. Simeon Rice
    7. Mike Alstott
    6. John Lynch
    5. Hardy Nickerson
    4. Ronde Barber
    3. Lee Roy Selmon
    2. Warren Sapp
    1. Derrick Brooks

    Links:

    1-5
    6-10
    11-15
    16-20
    21-25

    Discuss. Who was too high on the list? Too low?
    If Donnie Abraham is high on the list, then B. Kelly should be on it also. If C. Brown is on the list, then I would say they are missing Mike Washington as well. I would not have Karl Williams on there

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbomlad View Post
    Obviously, Barber maks it this high on the list because of his longevity (years of service) but he was not as good at his position as numbers 5 thru 11 were at theirs. The organization would take any one of those players at their peak over Barber at his any day, just saying.
    10 interceptions in 2001 tied for the most by any player since 1981

    Lavonte is going to keep climbing this list, he is tearing the league up

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