Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Fans' Top Moments in Bucs History, No. 5

Fans voted for their favorite moments in Buccaneer history. Here’s who finished No. 5.

Over the last two weeks, we took you through your Top 20 Fan-Favorite All-Time Buccaneers Players. On Friday, we revealed that your votes crowned Mr. Derrick Brooks with the top spot in the countdown.

When we asked for your favorite player rankings, we also asked you to vote for favorite moments in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history. From spectacular catches to Buccaneers records and firsts, you told us your favorite memories in team history. Now it is time to relive your Top 5 vote-getters.

Without further ado, here is #5 in your Top 5 Fan-Favorite All-Time Tampa Bay Buccaneers Moments.

5) January 19, 2003
Kicking off the Top 5, we go back to the NFC Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Down 7-3 in the first quarter, Joe Jurevicius caught a short pass from Brad Johnson in stride. He took off down field, ultimately going 71 yards to the five-yard line, setting up the first Bucs' TD off the game and giving Tampa Bay a lead they'd never give back!

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