Most memorable plays in Bucs' history?

June, 6, 2014
Jun 6
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At NFL Nation, we're doing a special project that's scheduled for July.

The writers for all 32 teams are putting together a list of the most memorable plays in franchise history and, then, we'll ask readers to vote on the winner for each team. I've surveyed readers on Twitter and many of the responses are what I expected.

Derrick Brooks' interception in the Super Bowl and Ronde Barber's interception in the NFC Championship Game are on virtually every list. But we're going to present you with three memorable moments to vote on.

That third spot is where I'm seeing a lot of differing opinions. Joe Jurevicius' tip and catch against the Philadelphia Eagles is getting plenty of attention. But so is Matt Bryant's 62-yard field goal. So is Warren Sapp's sack of Steve Young and Mike Alstott's pinball run through the Cleveland Browns defense.

I'm sure there are some other memorable Tampa Bay Buccaneers plays that haven't been mentioned. And I'm sure some of you have plays that you would rank ahead of the ones by Barber and Brooks.

I'd like to hear as many opinions as possible before narrowing the list. Hit me on Twitter using #NFLNBuccaneersTopPlays or make your case in the comments section attached to this post.

Pat Yasinskas | email

ESPN Tampa Bay Buccaneers reporter

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