5. Joe Jurevicius
Though he was only on the Bucs’ roster for three seasons, it was more than enough time for Joe Jurevicius to cement his place at number five on this list. Jurevicius played in 30 regular season games for the Bucs, hauling in 76 receptions for 874 yards and eight touchdowns, but it’s what he did with those limited numbers, especially in the playoffs, that really counted the most. Every true Bucs fan and football fan in general probably remembers his spectacular Monday Night grab that remains one of the best in league history and the unforgettable 71-yard catch-and-run to jump start things in the NFC Championship Game. He wasn’t a superstar or anything, but he was one damn good catcher. Not doubt he earns a spot on this list.