Found January 12, 2013 on The Football Fan Spot:
This season must have felt like 4 different seasons for Buccaneers fans. They started 1-3, after losing their last 10 to finish 2011, and it looked like more of the same. However, after the bye, they ripped off wins in 5 of 6 games and looked like a potential playoff team. They lost a close one at home to Atlanta and then in Denver, but those were two of the best teams in the league so they still looked like they were in good position. That was until they lost at home to the lowly Eagles, and then got blown out by the Saints and Rams, to push their losing streak at 5. They finished out their season with an impressive win in Atlanta. It’s no surprise they’re this inconsistent when their quarterback is this inconsistent. It wasn’t just this year. They went 3-13 in 2009, 10-6 in 2010, and then 4-12 last year as Josh Freeman posted 10/18, 25/6, and 16/22 touchdown to interception ratios in those 3 seasons respectively. This year, he started the year with a 5/4 TD/interception ratio in t...
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