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Bowers faces same charge as Burress

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The good news for Buccaneers defensive end Da’Quan Bowers is that he didn’t shoot himself in the leg.  The bad news is that this is where the differences to the Plaxico Burress gun possession case end.

Mike Garafolo of USA Today points out that the charge levied against Bowers is identical to the charge that sent former Giants receiver Plaxico Buress to prison for two years:  criminal possession of a weapon in the second degree.

The fact that Bowers wasn’t caught with the gun but volunteered to airport employees that he had the weapon in his bag may not matter.  New York has tough gun laws, with a 3.5-year mandatory minimum for second-degree possession.

The only question for Bowers is whether the powers-that-be will choose to attempt to make an example out of the 2011 second-round pick.  Since there’s no real difference between second-degree possession and third-degree possession, which has no minimum sentence, prosecutors could cut Bowers a break, if they choose to.

In the context of the Burress case, Sal Paolantonio of ESPN pointed out the wide differences that often arise in cases of this nature, with 24 percent of the defendants who entered a guilty plea to third-degree criminal possession of a weapon being sentenced to possession with no jail time.

Still, prosecutors could regard Bowers’ case differently.  Burress took his gun into a Manhattan nightclub, securing it in the waistband of his pants and having it discharge in the building.  Though he only shot himself, the end result could have been much worse.

Bowers, if he’d known the severity of the New York law, could have found a way to get rid of the gun short of handing it over and essentially confessing his guilt.  Throwing the book at him seems grossly unfair.

Of course, it also seemed unfair to throw the book at Burress.  For now, Bowers simply has to wait and see whether the inherently arbitrary wheel of Empire State justice lands on “skate” or “slammer.”

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66 Responses to “Bowers faces same charge as Burress”
  1. 123makarov says: Feb 18, 2013 7:55 PM

    If the DA offers Bowers 6 months, he should be smart, unlike Plaxico, and take it.

  2. onebucplace says: Feb 18, 2013 7:57 PM

    The anti-gun Nazi’s in New York will love this. Just think if he tried to by a 20-once Coca Cola as well, they’d have to actually lock down the entire city.

    Just so you know, since Giants fans are still crying about it, Bowers was still on the IR when the Bucs played the Giants so he didn’t almost touch Eli at the end of that game. I know a Buccaneers player in New York is an extremely emotional issue for you all still but you shouldn’t give him extra time for bullying Eli and actually playing 60-minutes, he wasn’t involved.

  3. smartanis says: Feb 18, 2013 7:59 PM

    So, wait, he walked right through the security checkpoint and told a cop when he was getting on the plane that he had left a gun in his bag?

    I’m so glad we’re spending $8 BILLION per year for the TSA to feel up four-year-olds while a guy walks through the $170,000 body scanner with a freaking pistol.

  4. nfl4days says: Feb 18, 2013 8:00 PM

    See ya in two years, idiot.

  5. themagicman1223 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:06 PM

    Seriously what was he thinking? And to think he was once considered the first overall pick by many.

  6. FinFan68 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:06 PM

    He brought the guns to the airport in his carry-on bag. That is a a high level of stupid and somehow there have been a few players in this predicament. NY has stiffer penalties than the other places. Burris discharged his weapon in a public place so he had little hope of a plea.

  7. surly1n1nd1anapol1s says: Feb 18, 2013 8:08 PM

    This post was correct until the last line. How is it obvious that Plax was treated unfairly? He took a loaded and unsecured weapon into a nightclub? He shot someone with his carelessness. That the person he shot was himself is lucky.

  8. boogerhut says: Feb 18, 2013 8:09 PM

    Unfair to throw the book at Burress? Are you crazy? Taking a loaded gun to a place that sells alcohol is EXACTLY the kind of fool you throw the book at. A bunch of macho drunk entitled jocks are the last people needing a gun in a public place.

  9. 2difshoe says: Feb 18, 2013 8:11 PM

    Somehow all I can hear is a theme song from the Wizard of Oz playing when I read this article….”If I only had a brain.”

  10. illadelphiasphinest says: Feb 18, 2013 8:11 PM

    No they shouldnt cut Bowers a break. That is exactly what is wrong with America. If you have money you get breaks handed to you. Like Linsay Lohan. That little train wreck has been arrested countless times for possesion, DUI, hit n run, n been to rehab how many times. Bowers need to go to prison and serve his time just like you or me would have to do. He was the one stupid enough to pack his CARRY ON bag with a LOADED WEAPON!! You do the crime now go do your time you idiot.

  11. illadelphiasphinest says: Feb 18, 2013 8:16 PM

    Did Sal Pal’s even think before he worte that? Like really Sal. He tried to take a loaded weapon onto an airplane!!! Not just into a night club or riding in a car. On an airplane!!! That right there should throw him in prison and land he on the lifetime ban no fly list!!!

  12. bender4700 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:21 PM

    If only he had an example to learn from…oh wait..

    How many of these MORONS that do everything they can to ruin their shot at a great life have the above phrase said about them?

    Someone needs to tell each and every NFL player, this can all be taken away, but only by you. Don’t screw up!

  13. rg3srestrainingorderonlogicalvoices says: Feb 18, 2013 8:21 PM

    I’m not a big fan of overzealous gun-control laws…having said that, this guy has to be the biggest moron yet. Carrying a loaded weapon into an airport, where you can’t say the word gun, bomb, etc. without being detained, has to be the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard of. He may want to hit up good ol Plax, get an idea of what his future holds.

  14. rjblitz02 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:22 PM

    I can’t help but feel James Harrison will be punished for this.

  15. thereisalwaysnextyear says: Feb 18, 2013 8:22 PM

    If he really did get past security with the gun then he should be commended for turning himself in and the TSA should be fined. He may have had a brain fart and left his gun in his bag, but he did the right thing once he realized it. That is way different than intentionally sneaking a gun into a nightclub and shooting yourself (and luckily not someone else). Night and day.

  16. kgun80 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:25 PM

    What would make him pack a weapon? What kind of travel checklist did he go through? Toothpaste.. Hairbrush.. Toothbrush.. Deodorant.. Oh hand sanitizer?! I thought you said handgun? Let me tell this nice man with badges next to the metal detector.. He’ll understand. IDIOT!

  17. ravenmuscle says: Feb 18, 2013 8:27 PM

    Always boggles my mind why the biggest and well muscled athletes in the world need to carry a piece around with them…Protection form WHO.

    Are their brains that tiny?

  18. blackandbluedivision says: Feb 18, 2013 8:27 PM

    You want to know why they shouldn’t throw the book at him?

    He didn’t try to carry a loaded gun on the plane. He forgot he had the gun in his carry-on bag. So technically he did the right thing by telling the police. What kind of signal does that send to people? Granted he shouldn’t have taken the gun to the airport. But, where was the TSA who should have scanned his carry-on bag and spotted it?

    You shouldn’t reprimand him for doing the right thing and trying Not to carry the gun on-board the plane.

  19. sdisme says: Feb 18, 2013 8:29 PM

    Bowers deserves a month in jail for being stupid.

    The other charges should be a fine and a sentence to wash Michael Bloomberg’s cars. After all he broke a King Bloomberg rule.

  20. blackandbluedivision says: Feb 18, 2013 8:30 PM

    *well he didn’t go through the scanners.

    But, he still told police before he even got on the plane. He did the right thing.

  21. Slim Charles says: Feb 18, 2013 8:31 PM

    Right wingers must be conflicted on this one. On one hand he’s exercising his 2nd amendment right, on the other hand he’s a black guy.

  22. chattanola says: Feb 18, 2013 8:37 PM

    “seemed unfair to throw the book at Burress…”

    I agree. I think two years for Plaxico was heavy handed. Maybe three months, maybe six, but two years given the circumstances was unnecessarily overkill for making their point.

  23. metalhead65 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:41 PM

    sorry mike but as you love to point on your rants about petty violations on nfl and team rules, laws are laws no matter whether he intended to break it or not or how minor he must deal with the consequences of violating it.

  24. anonymouslyanonymouscommentor says: Feb 18, 2013 8:42 PM

    What kind of example would it set for him to go to jail for this? He did the right thing. He made a mistake, a really f—— stupid mistake, but what did you expect him to do? At that point he had three options: try to dispose of it without anyone knowing (a very bad idea), carry the gun on the airplane (even worse idea), or admit his mistake to authorities. Having him serve jail-time for this encourages one of the other two (wrong) options. It would make no sense.

  25. jagsandliquor says: Feb 18, 2013 8:44 PM

    I thought it was unfair to send a man to jail for accidently shooting himself…2 yrs is too much maybe six months and 2 yrs probation

  26. scottpgh72 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:45 PM

    he probably just watched “Snakes on a Plane “… who could blame him. What an Idiot !

  27. blackfootkiller says: Feb 18, 2013 8:46 PM

    The biggest problem in this country is officials not enforcing the current laws…
    They somehow feel that if they keep passing laws that won’t be enforced, that will ‘fix’ the problems…
    We either need to start punishing criminals that break the law again…
    Or all the people who are screaming for more laws and restrictions on the law abiding citizens need to shut up. Period.

  28. asuthyo says: Feb 18, 2013 8:48 PM

    While Bowers is certainly an idiot, this case is in no way comparable to the Burress case. He carried a gun into an airport and then turned himself in for it. It didn’t go off and it was never in a position to harm anyone. I get strict gun laws and all but using this as an example is stupid. I’m not saying he should get off with nothing here but he did turn himself in while Plaxico had the gun go off in a crowded club. Much different scenarios, which should lead to much different sentences.

  29. mbart82 says: Feb 18, 2013 8:53 PM

    Have fun in prison Mr. Bowers…how does it feel to be an idiot? Maybe somebody else packed his carry-on bag?

  30. zn0rseman says: Feb 18, 2013 8:56 PM

    NY, DC and Chicago have gun laws that violate the 2nd amendment.

    What part of “shall not be infringed” do their lawyers not understand?

  31. robrocker1959 says: Feb 18, 2013 9:01 PM

    Wait a minute. If I am correct, Da’Quan is not a resident of New York. Did he buy the gun in New York? Oh, no wait, he must have driven to New York with his gun. Um, wait. New York dosen’t have reciprocal conceal carry laws. Now how in the hell did he get it to New York, on a plane trip up there?

    There are some unanswered questions. Don’t ya think?

  32. asublimeday says: Feb 18, 2013 9:07 PM

    Didn’t at all seem unfair to throw the book at burress.

  33. nomoreseasontix says: Feb 18, 2013 9:09 PM

    They say that “Stupid oughtta hurt”.
    Maybe in this case it will.
    What a freaking idiot. Anyone who is so stupid as to lose track of a weapon until he’s in the security line at an airport has absolutely no business owning one.
    Or having offspring.

  34. bobnelsonjr says: Feb 18, 2013 9:12 PM

    How can this be? The US Constitution gives everyone the right to bear arms. The airlines regularly allow people to have firearms in their check-in luggage.

    How can a weirdo state like New York deny citizens their Constitutional rights?

  35. raiderinva says: Feb 18, 2013 9:18 PM

    I wonder where he was when he volunteered the weapon to an airport employee. Before security they have mail posts where you can package items and overnight them to a destination. Or he could have checked the bag and declared the weapon. (I myself have done this numerous times) If he was past security why didn’t he exit and correct his situation, and how did he get the weapon past security?

    I honestly believe that we only know 10%-15% of the story and should not race to judgement. Something just does not make sense.

  36. taintedsaints2009 says: Feb 18, 2013 9:19 PM

    To any of you who think jail time is necessary, you are what is wrong with the justice system in this country.

  37. massappeal12345 says: Feb 18, 2013 9:27 PM

    Cell leader…”take this weapon and if things look tight, just say that you forgot you had it with you”.

  38. onebucplace says: Feb 18, 2013 9:27 PM

    I don’t really get where people are talking about he ‘turned himself in’, nothing I’ve read says anything about that. If he took the gun to the ticket counter he didn’t go through security yet — it would seem he might have simply had been asking about where you can check your gun. But I’m guessing since nothing I’ve read so far really explains anything — not that the lack of information keeps the morons in here from talking.

  39. siknutty says: Feb 18, 2013 9:32 PM

    This guy must be brain dead. Seriously there was no need to tell the police, just walk back out to your car and put your gun in the glovebox.. You might miss your flight, but it beats a serious gun charge. Even if he was already past the security check points, go to a bathroom and disassemble the gun. Wrap each piece in a bunch of paper towels and drop each piece in a seperate garbage can. I bet he thought that if he came clean about it, the police would forgive him.

  40. chawk12thman says: Feb 18, 2013 9:32 PM

    How do these guys who seem to need some intelligence to make in the NFL make such idiotic decisions?

    I think that taking a loaded weapon to the airport is one of those decisions that ranks right up there with what Plax did……He should not receive the same sentence because I think Plax should have gotten about 1/4th of what he received……

    I guess that means if he gets up to 6 months, I would feel it was justified……

  41. bkostela says: Feb 18, 2013 9:37 PM

    “if he’d known the severity of the New York law, could have found a way to get rid of the gun short of handing it over”

    since when is “not knowing the law” a valid ground for innocence?

    that said, no way should he get the same sentence as plax. there is a major difference between carrying a loaded gun in your sweatpants and carrying a loaded gun in your bag

  42. chief67 says: Feb 18, 2013 9:43 PM

    I will never understand how you forget about a pistol in your carry on , that has got to be #1 on the travel check list !

  43. usmarine75 says: Feb 18, 2013 9:52 PM

    The airport is federally owned and he turned the gun in to TSA, therefore this is a federal crime not state.

  44. chattanola says: Feb 18, 2013 9:56 PM

    Is anyone stating that Bowers should be set free without penalty? Yes, he broke the law. A law which was enacted to promote public safety.

    It was an ignorant and boneheaded act to attempt to bring a loaded gun on a plane but, Bowers declared he was in possession of the weapon and it is doubtful that he intended to do harm during the flight.

    In applying this law, I hope the judge is a person of wisdom who doesn’t blindly throw the book at Bowers without first considering the circumstances of the case before handing down a penalty.

    The larger crime here is how utterly stupid this young man is. Don’t they cover how to travel on a plane as part of their rookie orientation? Some of these guys grew up low income and low education.

    No need to be hard-nosed authoritarian about this incident.

  45. howiehandles says: Feb 18, 2013 9:59 PM

    He won’t do time. Probation and a fine. Big difference between having possession, and having the weapon discharge in a public place.

  46. jaymo13 says: Feb 18, 2013 10:26 PM

    onebucplace says: Feb 18, 2013 7:57 PM

    The anti-gun Nazi’s in New York will love this. Just think if he tried to by a 20-once Coca Cola as well, they’d have to actually lock down the entire city.

    Just so you know, since Giants fans are still crying about it, Bowers was still on the IR when the Bucs played the Giants so he didn’t almost touch Eli at the end of that game. I know a Buccaneers player in New York is an extremely emotional issue for you all still but you shouldn’t give him extra time for bullying Eli and actually playing 60-minutes, he wasn’t involved.

    _______

    Oh, Florida..

  47. mazblast says: Feb 18, 2013 10:32 PM

    The first thing he should have done? Go in a bathroom stall, take out the gun, remove the clip and the round in the chamber, dispose of both, THEN tell someone.

    Better yet, take a cab away from the airport, miss your flight, find some private place to unload the gun and pack it in your checked luggage, then go back to the airport and catch another flight. You’re an NFL player, you can afford to miss one flight.

  48. minnesotablizzard says: Feb 18, 2013 10:41 PM

    Was the weapon registered in his name?

  49. jmac71 says: Feb 18, 2013 10:49 PM

    Nobody said he got by the TSA, simmer down. He’s a donkey for having his loaded gun in a bag he took to the airport, but how can you blame a guy for forgetting where he left that thing? I’m sure he’d intended to leave it in the glove box, with those paper slips with a bunch of zeros on them that his boss keeps giving him.

    Good for him for realizing his mistake before he got caught. That said, I’d tell my 10 year old he did the right thing telling me about his mistake, but I’d still punish him appropriately (minus a little ‘good behaviour’)

  50. onebucplace says: Feb 18, 2013 11:11 PM

    So the story is now this…

    He found the gun in his luggage when he was in NYC, apparently having gotten to NY without it being detected. The gun is registered in his name but not sure what state.

    But regardless when he went to the airport he went to the desk to find out what he is supposed to do — could it be checked, etc. At that point the Nazi’s arrested him — when he was trying to do the right thing.

    So now he’s a criminal. Of course he could have just rented a car and drove somewhere else and avoided the situation, but it sounds like he didn’t know what to do and tried to get answers and was arrested for it.

    Good going TSA, good going Big Sister, good going our great and all knowing government. I’m on your side on this. I feel so much safer now that they took down this criminal. As Yakov Smirnoff would say, “WHAT A COUNTRY!”

  51. contract says: Feb 18, 2013 11:11 PM

    Michael Bloomberg destroys another life.

  52. cliffordc05 says: Feb 18, 2013 11:18 PM

    If Bowers had accidentally discharged his gun in the New York airport would there be a difference in the circumstances. Because apparently Florio does not see a difference between discharging a gun in a public place and handing it over to authorities.

    Enforcement of New York laws may be arbitrary but you wouldn’t know it from this piece.

  53. jpmelon says: Feb 18, 2013 11:58 PM

    He wanted to check his luggage with the pistol until he saw the bag fee.

  54. thegreatgabbert says: Feb 19, 2013 12:27 AM

    Quan tried to stuff the carry on bag into his pants, but luckily it was too large.

  55. ruthlssjag says: Feb 19, 2013 1:43 AM

    For the sake of argument, he did admit his mistake, which therefore should make him innocent until proven guilty.
    He could’ve turned around & disposed the gun somewhere outside the building. There’s NO reason 4 him to get any time. Simple mistakes happen, what else was he suppose to do? Throw away the gun he paid an arm & a leg for (no pun intended Plax)..
    I agree with a lot of what u guys r saying, but not to the point for the “authorities” to throw him behind bars for an X-amount of months/years. There’s a huge difference btwn this incident & Plaxico’s. Their are other alternat0bes..sqqqqqqqqqq

  56. justiceborn says: Feb 19, 2013 5:26 AM

    Not true

    The New York criminal defense lawyers and former Manhattan prosecutors at Crotty Saland PC are pleased to announce another victory for a client charged with Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Second Degree for possessing a “loaded” firearm at John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport in Queens. Although our client, a Florida teacher, was charged with New York Penal Law 265.03 and faced a mandatory minimum term of 3.5 years in prison if convicted of that felony, Crotty Saland PC secured a disposition where he pleaded to Disorderly Conduct pursuant to New York Penal Law 240.20. Not only did his plea to this violation avoid incarceration, probation or community service, the plea did not give our client a criminal record at all.

    Unfortunately, many honest people who lack any criminal intent are swept into the New York criminal justice system for possessing firearms (pistols, hand guns, revolvers, etc.) without a proper permit to do so. Unwittingly, these people visit New York with the firearm thinking that it is “OK” to possess it in New York City because the have a license or permit to have that firearm in their home state. Often times, when they return home through a New York area airport such as LaGuardia and JFK in Queens, they check the firearm and end up getting arrested. Compounding matters, the firearm is legally loaded, albeit not physically, because the ammunition or bullets are in the hard case along with the gun. The message here is clear. Do not bring your firearm to New York unless you have the proper license(s) in New York State and New York City to do so.

    It should go without saying that no two cases are the same and the results in one criminal matter do not guarantee similar results in a case that appears the same. Having said that, you should consult with a New York criminal defense attorney and keep yourself educated on the laws involving guns, pistols, revolvers and other firearms so that you can avoid the embarrassment and devastating impacts of an arrest.

    For further information on Criminal Possession of a Weapon including New York gun and firearm crimes as well as information regarding gun arrests at New York airports, please follow the highlighted link. For information regarding legal decisions and various weapon statutes in New York, please review the New York Criminal Lawyer Blog section on weapon offense.

    Crotty Saland PC is a New York criminal defense firm representing clients in all criminal investigations and arrests. Founded by two former Manhattan prosecutors, the New York criminal defense attorneys at Crotty Saland PC represents clients throughout the greater NYC area.
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  57. justiceborn says: Feb 19, 2013 5:32 AM

    1) Was the gun legally obtained and registered properly in Bowers’ home state? Saland said the answer to those questions will be most critical in determining whether Bowers can get leniency out of the Queens district attorney’s office. Yes

    2) Was Bowers attempting to legally check the firearm? Or was he taking it through security improperly? NO

    3) Was the gun actually loaded or only “statutorily” loaded? Yes

    4) Does Bowers have a criminal record? No

    Saland went on to say that ”collateral consequences” for the individual can be a factor in determining a prosecutor’s willingless to lessen a charge. A school teacher, for example, whose career could be ruined by certain convictions, could have that fact taken into consideration.

    Will the Queens District Attorney try to make an example out of Bowers because he’s a celebrity?

    “Queens is very reasonable. They will look at this case on it merits,” Saland said. “There’s no reason to think that would happen.”

    Because the charge is considered a violent crime, Saland said, it’s likely Bowers will have to physically attend all his court appearances.

    Sounds like a fine and probation thanks for the insight boneheads

  58. justiceborn says: Feb 19, 2013 5:36 AM

    emotional outbursts equate to motion wasted if you don’t know what your talking about save your foolish commentary for other venues. Just the facts Joe Friday dragnet

  59. traderjay says: Feb 19, 2013 7:48 AM

    This guy did not go through security. Read the article! He tried to check it at the ticket counter. How many ticket counters do you see beyond security?

    This happened to a friend of mine. You can take a gun on a plane if you check it in your luggage in a TSA approved, locked gun case. Only problem is you can’t do it in New York City. If he had done this at The airport in Philly he wouldn’t have had a problem.

    Imaginary lines between states and cities create this crap. If this happened in Buffalo, NY this wouldn’t even be a discussion. In Most airports this wouldn’t be a problem.

    This guy is entitled a right to defend himself or to do some recreational shooting anywhere he goes (IMHO). You don’t think there is anyone in NYC who doesn’t have an illegal gun of their own that wouldn’t want to rob this guy?

  60. traderjay says: Feb 19, 2013 7:52 AM

    This guy did not go through security. Read the article! He tried to check it at the ticket counter. How many ticket counters do you see beyond security?

    This happened to a friend of mine. You can take a gun on a plane if you check it in your luggage in a TSA approved, locked gun case. Only problem is you can’t do it in New York City. If he had done this at The airport in Philly he wouldn’t have had a problem.

    Imaginary lines between states and cities create this crap. If this happened in Buffalo, NY this wouldn’t even be a discussion. In Most airports this wouldn’t be a problem.

    This guy is entitled a right to defend himself or to do some recreational shooting anywhere he goes (IMHO). You don’t think there is anyone in NYC who doesn’t have an illegal gun of their own that wouldn’t want to rob this guy?

    Also the gun wasn’t exactly loaded, I know why they say it was. I can understand the logic, but the gun WAS NOT LOADED in the classic sense.

  61. blowtorch1964 says: Feb 19, 2013 10:56 AM

    This airport is not federally owned, it is owned by the Port Authority of NY & NJ.

    He is charged with unlawful possession under the laws of the State of NY.

    I think he should serve a probationary sentence. I also think Plax was harshly dealt with because he played for NY and the Mayor wanted to make an example out of his case.

    He was also arrested in NY County, Bowers in Queens County. Queens DA Richard Brown is much more independent from the Mayor’s Office.

    Many other celebrities have been arrested at the airports in Queens on the same charge, including Axl Rose and Harry Connick Jr. None of them ever did any time.

  62. ruthlssjag says: Feb 19, 2013 1:04 PM

    Thank u Blowtorch, something along the lines of probation is far more acceptable than say a minute or 2 behind any bars.

  63. n0hopeleft says: Feb 20, 2013 1:31 PM

    onebucplace says:
    Feb 18, 2013 7:57 PM
    The anti-gun Nazi’s in New York will love this. Just think if he tried to by a 20-once Coca Cola as well, they’d have to actually lock down the entire city.

    Just so you know, since Giants fans are still crying about it, Bowers was still on the IR when the Bucs played the Giants so he didn’t almost touch Eli at the end of that game. I know a Buccaneers player in New York is an extremely emotional issue for you all still but you shouldn’t give him extra time for bullying Eli and actually playing 60-minutes, he wasn’t involved.

    _______________________________

    If anyone is still emotional, it’s you. Put the call in to your sorry secondary not to give up the game winning TD with seconds left… Go cry.

  64. tpa43 says: Feb 20, 2013 9:08 PM

    worst owners in NFL!

  65. tpa43 says: Feb 20, 2013 10:18 PM

    Tampa and London has been waiting for the Glazers to leave for years! Please sell!

  66. glazrsux says: Feb 20, 2013 10:20 PM

    Stupid Glazers

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