6 greatest moments of Ronde Barber's Hall of Fame career with Buccaneers

Ronde Barber was a legend, and the former Bucs' corner is getting his deserved Hall of Fame nod this weekend
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It only took six nominations, but Tampa Bay Buccaneers legendary cornerback Ronde Barber is finally getting inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

The former Bucs corner spent 16 seasons with the team, and spent an impressive 13 of those seasons starting all 16 games.

Now, he will finally see himself cemented in NFL history with the rest of the all-time greats. In celebration of Barber's historic career, let's take a look back at the top six moments he experienced in Tampa Bay.

6. Joining the 20/20 club

On December 11, 2005 against the Carolina Panthers, Barber made history and created a list that includes only himself. With his sack in that game, Barber became the only cornerback in history with 20 sacks and 20 interceptions (and he still is).

That game, Barber had himself a day, coming up with six total tackles, including the sack which also goes down as a tackle for loss, along with an interception. It was one of the best all-around games Barber has had, especially considering what it meant.

5. 3-interception game

One of the greatest games of Barber's career came back on December 23, 2001 against the New Orleans Saints

Saints quarterback Aaron Brooks had a tough day against the Bucs defense, throwing for a total of four picks. Barber, though, took away three of them by himself. He also took one of them back to the house for a score, added three passes defensed and a trio of tackles.