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Who do you think should be the next person inducted into the Buccaneer Ring of Honor?
PAUL STEWARTJames Wilder was the heart and soul of the Tampa Bay offense during the 1980s. In fact for several seasons, he was the Buccaneer offense. He remains the franchise leader in rushing and the franchise leader in receptions. He had six consecutive 100-yard games, he rushed for a then-franchise record 219 yards in a 1983 game in Minnesota and did everything the team asked of him from blocking to even going one-for-one-for-one in passing. 32 should even be considered for retirement as a number - any Buc fan from that era appreciates how good James Wilder was. He belongs in the Ring of Honor.