Tampa Bay Buccaneers Slaughtered: The Postmortem

September 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

They may as well have lined off the playing field there at Raymond James with crime scene tape.
They may as well have filmed a new episode of "CSI: Tampa Bay."
It was that bad.
There was no sign of forced entry at the crime scene. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers knew the suspects and apparently let them in the front door.
Around 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon, 45 bodies were discovered, covered over by black Pittsburgh Steeler jerseys and thousands of gold "Terrible Towels."
There was no shortage of witnesses. Apparently more than 60,000 saw what happened.
There are an abundance of "persons of interest, " mainly an older guy named Charlie Batch, a scary-looking running back named Rashard Mendenhall, a very large, imposing man named Brett Keisel, a very hyper-active, large fellow named James Harrison and the man suspected of being the evil mastermind of the slaughter -- Mike Tomlin -- who reports say is a good friend of the victims' coach -- Raheem Morris....

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