1. Brad Johnson
Our number one choice was from back in the days of Jon Gruden, and he brought some happy times with him.
After seven years with the Vikings and two with the Redskins, Brad Johnson arrived in Tampa as a 33-year-old quarterback that could put points on the board. After leading the Bucs back to the playoffs in 2001 with a 9-7 record, he came into his own in 2002. Every Bucs fan knows what the result of the 2002 season was. They were led by a great defense, but the offense was led by the direction of Johnson. He had the year of his life, throwing 22 touchdowns versus only six interceptions.
In the run to the Super Bowl title, Johnson threw six touchdowns versus three interceptions. The very next year, Johnson threw for 26 touchdown passes though the team only went 7-9. In four years with the Bucs, he threw for 10,940 yards, good for fifth in franchise history. He had a +.500 record at 26-23, and his 64 touchdowns are also fifth in team history.
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