Squandered Trust Is the Biggest Loss of 2013 for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

December 28, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The bitter taste of defeat that fans of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have endured all season is trumped only by the emptiness of despair and disappointment they've been left to deal with for the next nine months.
You know, that sensation one feels after having watched what was supposed to be a memorable season filled with postseason chatter and accolades, crumble into a smoldering shipwreck at the corner of Dale Mabry Highway and Tampa Bay Boulevard.
The Glazer family, who owns the franchise, spent a shipload of money the last two offseasons to supplement the young, inexperienced talent in hopes of turning around their struggling club and returning to what once was a proud and prosperous organization.
And for good reason: the fans rebelled.
Attendance at Raymond James Stadium has been scarce at best for the better part of five seasons. Not coincidentally, the Bucs haven't made the postseason in, you guessed it, five seasons. The failure that is the 2013 season marks the...

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