Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Josh Freeman is the Best QB from the 2009 NFL Draft

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Their coach said they were the best team in the league. They found an answer to the "Who Dat?" chants. The young Buccaneers went from a last-place finish to a respectable 10-6 record.
Their quarterback, Josh Freeman, also established himself as the best quarterback from the 2009 NFL Draft.
2010 was a good year for the pewter and red (and sometimes creamsicle orange, but that's not the point), and it seems as though their quarterback and coach have developed a strong rapport with one another.
Josh Freeman is a young star in the NFL, and the Buccaneers had great foresight when they made a full-court press to both draft him and sell him to the fan base.
The Buccaneers should be lauded for putting Freeman in position to lead the inexperienced Buccaneers to a playoff berth.
They came up just short, but don't let that fool you.
Josh Freeman is the best quarterback out of the first round triumvirate of himself, Matt Stafford, and Mark Sanchez, as well as assorted...

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