I was dead wrong.
Galloway was terrible, playing in just three games, starting two, with just seven receptions. He hadn't played in a game since the win against the Atlanta Falcons. He had no touchdown receptions.
Obviously, no. But the Buccaneers knew that Galloway was going downhill, releasing him on Feb. 25.
Galloway signed with the Patriots on March 14. I didn't think it was bad having Galloway as the extra wide receiver for the Patriots until I saw him missing passes in the loss at the New York Jets on Sept. 20.
I only watched a little of the game, but I saw Galloway miss at least three passes.
Galloway's 37-year-old body seemed to act it's age in the game against the Jets.
Something was obviously up when Galloway stopped playing, and he probably had his bags packed during the 59-0 route of the Titans.
So, whose fault is it? Is Belicheck's, for thinking Galloway could be reliable, when he clearly wasn't? Or is Galloway trying to play past his prime?
Galloway should've retried with the Buccaneers, where he was beloved. He should be remembered as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer.
Instead, he may be remembered as a guy who was over the hill trying to play a young man's game.