Veteran sports columnist Gary Shelton suggests the Bucs win over the Panthers Sunday may have been the greatest comeback in team history. And, in this Tampa Bay Times video, Shelton explains it was because of the play of one player.
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Joe, there is a very interesting article on the 4 letters blog. I’m sure you’ve read it, but to others it compares Leonard Johnson and EJ Biggers to Morris Claiborne. Johnson has 3 INT’s and Claiborne has 1. Opposing QB’s have completed 44.8 percent of passes on Johnson, 47.1 on Biggers, and 61.5 percent against Claiborne. Also says Claiborne is 9th in the league with 4 TD’s against him.
Now I am not certain if the stats are 100% accurate, but if so, Barron, Martin, and David are much better selections than just walking away with Claiborne in the draft.