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As confusing as it may be, we will now move on to the first movie chronologically in the series. The Phantom Menace had many shortcomings but still had its exceptional moments like everything involving villain Darth Maul. Darth Maul will always be one of the best characters in the series from his appearance to his deadly dual-bladed lightsaber. Much like Maul’s lightsaber, Chris Godwin and Mike Evans easily comprised the most deadly receiver duo in the league with both players making the Pro Bowl and Chris Godwin making second team All-Pro.
The second movie, The Attack of the Clones, dealt with the titular Clone troopers joining up with the Jedi to help even out the war against the villains. Shaquil Barrett, like the Clones, came out of nowhere for the Buccaneers but was immediately able to help turn the defense around. Barrett was unstoppable in his first season after starting training camp out as a backup. The Buccaneers should just hope that Barrett doesn’t turn against them in the future much like the Clones turned against the Jedi.
The third film, The Revenge of the Sith, was not an easy watch by any stretch of the imagination. Some moments were visually spectacular while many others elicited a gasp from movie-goers of all ages. The movie was entertaining but heart-wrenching simultaneously. No player fits this better than Jameis Winston. At times Jameis plays like one of the best players in the league and is incredibly entertaining to watch. On the other hand, watching 30 interceptions in a single season is the equivalent of watching all but a few Jedi get murdered on screen for two and a half hours.