The ultimate Buc-killer? Why, it’s still Brees

by Gary Shelton on September 18, 2015 · 1 comment

in general, NFL, Tampa Bay Bucs

By the time he was his age, Joe Namath was finished.

Norm Van Brocklin was in the home. Jim Kelly. And Terry Bradshaw. And Bob Griese. And Troy Aikman.

By the time he was his age, Joe Montana had seen the last of his 20-touchdown seasons. Dan Marino was done throwing for 30. Dan Fouts was finished winning 10 games a year. Sonny Jurgenson was no longer throwing for 3,000 yards a year.

They fade, quarterbacks. One day, they are young and vibrant, and the

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Bill Myers September 19, 2015 at 9:38 am

Let’s just hope the Bucs can find the kill switch Sunday and turn it off!!


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