1. John Lynch
Our Hall of Fame finalist takes the top spot. Lynch was selected in the third round of the 1993 draft and will be forever in Bucs fans hearts. He became a full-time starter in 1996 and put up 103 tackles and three interceptions. Lynch posted over 100 tackles on three separate occasions. He was selected to the Pro Bowl four times and named first team All-Pro twice while wearing a Bucs uniform.
He posted 787 tackles over his 11 years in Tampa Bay, and his 23 interceptions are good for sixth in franchise history. Not only was he a great player, he changed how the position of safety was played. It’s a shame he isn’t in Canton already, but we can hope we hear his name announced the night before the Super Bowl.
So how does this look? Here is my interpretation, what do you say, Bucs Fans? Did I get it right or did I miss someone? Sound off in the comments below.