Before we spend the last week focusing on the Franchise QBs the Bucs have drafted, which is where the Bucs seem to be headed, we’ve gone over the Trades and running backs. So now, were going to go over Defensive players in week 3, and right now we’ll focus on the best of the rest!
1997 Round 3- Ronde Barber: That’s right, third round draft pick. He almost didn’t make the...
TAMPA, Fla. -- Tony Dungy and John Lynch are Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists again.
Thursday night, the NFL announced that Dungy, a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach, and Lynch, a former Bucs safety, were among the 15 finalists to be considered for induction when the selection committee meets Jan. 31 in Phoenix.
Dungy, in his second year of eligibility, and Lynch, in his third...
Via AP on Fox
January 08, 2015
John Lynch was calling the Panthers-Chiefs preseason game this weekend. And this being the NFL preseason, strange things are bound to happen.
Like putting Alex Smith in the same breath as Peyton Manning and Drew Brees.
John Lynch : "Alex Smith is up there with Peyton Manning and Drew Brees" https://t.co/9spA7X9UgI
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) August 18, 2014
In a little known trivia question, many Bucs fans would find it amazing to find out that John Lynch has never returned a Touchdown in all the years he played for the Bucs.
For fun’s sake, here is a video of Bucs safety Cody Grimm, who DID return a pick for a TD in only his 3rd game as a starter. Kinda makes you think huh?
Thats why were here!!
Safety John Lynch is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Nothing against the former Buc and Bronco, but LeRoy Butler was a better player and he’s yet to even make the first cut (when nominees are reduced from 126 to 25). The former Packer played a dozen seasons – all in Green Bay – and amassed 38 interceptions and 20.5 sacks. And while those are numbers are impressive...
I’m not an assassin. I’m not in the smear business. I get no kicks out of lurking in the shadows, hunched at the keyboard and cracking away at personalities I’ve never met. But can someone explain why Fox couldn’t deliver a better tandem than Kevin Burkhart and John Lynch to handle Saints-Seahawks duties yesterday. This is football’s elimination round – the big drama...
John Lynch is one step closer to being a Professional Football Hall of Famer.
Lynch, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Denver Broncos safety, has moved onto the final 15 in the quest for making the Hall of Fame.
From 1993-2003, Lynch played for Tampa Bay as one of their standout players, winning a Vince Lombardi Trophy with the team in ’03.
In 2004, Lynch became a Bronco, playing...
TAMPA, Fla. -- Chances are the Pro Football Hall of Fame will have larger Tampa Bay Buccaneers presence next summer.
Former coach Tony Dungy, former linebacker Derrick Brooks and former safety John Lynch were among the 15 modern-era finalists, 17 total, to be named Thursday night. Each will be considered for election when a 46-member selection committee meets Feb. 1 in New York City...
Fox is prepared to make another high profile move in their NFL announcing assignments. Multiple sources have told Awful Announcing the broadcast team of Kevin Burkhardt and John Lynch will call one of Fox's Divisional Round NFL playoff games in January. Today, a Fox Sports spokesperson confirmed the playoff assignment for Burkhardt and Lynch.
It's been an incredible first season...