Buccaneers: How you can keep this team together
Can the Buccaneers win Super Bowl LVI?
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And, now that the GOAT has shown the way with Tampa Bay, is it really that unlikely that the team will be there again next year? That equation starts with, do you think Tampa is a playoff team? Do you think that Tampa will win the NFC South Division? Do you think Tampa will earn the number one seed in the Super Bowl carnival?
For a pro football player, if you answered yes to any of those questions, and you consider what Brady was able to do with such limited practice times, the answers are probably obvious. Especially for those older players, like Adrian Peterson, whose careers lack only that one diadem for the HOF, a Super Bowl ring.
The Bucs just pulled off the most unlikely Super Bowl run since the Jets title in SB III. At some point, all the money in the world won’t mean as much as sporting one of those Rings, or seven, or eight. As Dan Marino or Jim Kelly know well. Marino had only one shot at the grand prize when he was a rookie; Kelly had four shots in a row. They both failed to earn the ring. Rumor has it they both applied for the fitness coach opening with Tampa.
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