Once Ronde Barber got his hands on the ball and headed up the sideline, there was no way the oldest player on the field was going to let the Kansas City Chiefs catch him.
Tampa Bay's 37-year-old, five-time Pro Bowl selection delivered yet another game-changing play for the only team he's played for in 16 NFL seasons, returning an interception 78 yards for a touchdown to key a 38-10 rout that stopped a three-game Buccaneers losing streak on Sunday.
The Bucs (2-3) played well at times during the skid, but didn't put together a complete performance until shutting down the Brady Quinn-led Chiefs (1-5).
''I think everybody had bitter feelings going into the bye week after three straight losses. It's not that we hadn't played hard. It's just none of our hard work was reaping any rewards for us,'' Barber said.
The only remaining player from Tampa Bay's Super Bowl champion of 10 years ago reached low to pick off a pass that nearly hit the ground after skipping off the intended receiver'...