ESPN names the greatest one-hit wonder in Buccaneers history

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ESPN names the greatest one-hit wonder in Buccaneers history
ESPN names the greatest one-hit wonder in Buccaneers history

When we think of one-hit wonders, we usually imagine some band from the 90s like New Radicals or Semisonic. But ESPN's NFL Nation decided to have a little fun with the concept, looking at one-hit wonders for each NFL team. Here's how they summed up the criteria for being a one-hit wonder: These are the 32 players who had one great game or season and never made a big impact in the NFL again. For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they picked former wide receiver and return man Michael Spurlock, who in Week 15 of the 2007 season against the Atlanta Falcons, made history with his 90-yard kickoff return. “Spurlock became the first Buccaneer in the franchise's 32-year history to return a kickoff for a touchdown

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