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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a professional American football team based in Tampa, Florida. They've been a part of the NFL ever since their induction into the league in 1976. They currently are a part of the NFC South conference and have been since 2002. They play their home games at Raymond James Stadium since it was constructed in 1998, the team previously played at Tampa Stadium (1976-1997).

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were established as an NFL team in 1976. They were awarded a franchise on April 24, 1974, and their inaugural season took place in 1976 as part of the NFL's expansion as a member of the AFC West division. They remained in that division for just one year, as the Bucs were moved to the NFC Central where they remained until 2001.

The franchise has been owned by the Glazer Family since 1995, the new owners came in with the intention of turning things around in every sense. They built Raymond James Stadium and positive sports results followed.  Two Super Bowls that they played, achieved 9 of the 13 total appearances in the playoffs and clinched the two only divisional championships in franchise history.

The Bucs have won the two Super Bowls that they’ve appeared at:

  • Super Bowl XXXVII (2002): The Bucs defeated the Oakland Raiders 48-21.
  • Super Bowl LV (2020): The Bucs defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9.

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Rebuilding without Tom Brady

2022 was a season in which the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were expected to do more. Although they made the play-offs for a third straight season, Brady and company lost in the wild-card round against the Dallas Cowboys 31-14 cutting short Tampa's season and meaning Brady's last game as a professional Football player was a defeat, due to the fact that he retired that season.

But a new season brings a clean slate, new energy and new objectives. A purge was done to the roster, with experienced players leaving the franchise as contracts expired and Tampa is looking to rebuild for the future. The memory of being Super Bowl LV champions just three years ago is still fresh on the minds of Bucs supporters, so there's a sense of expectation in Raymond James Stadium, especially with no Tom Brady #12  on the team.

The Bucs have a challenging schedule, but one that can generate momentum for the coming months. A trip to Minnesota in Week 1 opens the season for Todd Bowles's men on the 10th of September, followed by two home games at Raymond James Stadium. On Week 2 the Bucs host the Chicago Bears, the team with the most defeats last season, followed by a huge clash with the Philadelphia Eagles, in a game where we'll be able to know if the Bucs mean business this season.

Tampa have their eyes fixed on a Playoff spot for a fourth consecutive season, tying the franchise's best streak achieved in the late 90's and early 2000's. But will also be aiming to rebuild a squad that already has multiple new faces.

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How did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

With a 8-9 record on the regular season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a lot of work to do in order to achieve better results. Although they did make it to the play-offs last season, it was mainly due to the even worse results that their division rivals (Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons) all of them with a 7-10 record.

But if we take things in perspective, it wasn't a bad season for the Bucs. They won the NFC South Division and made the playoffs for a third consecutive, but were defeated mercilessly 31-14 by the Dallas Cowboys as the men from Texas took revenge on the opening game of the season.

Some would say that the 2022 results did the Bucs more bad than good, as they didn't benefit of a higher draft pick or a more accessible schedule for the upcoming season, but even after having a negative record and disappointing end to the season, the Bucs squeezed into the Play-offs for a third consecutive season, something that shows the franchise's consistency in recent years and the good direction they are moving towards.

This season, at least the first Game Weeks, will have an aura of rebuilding, so Bucs fans, be patient!

Who did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Bucs drafted the following players to help them strengthen their squad:

  • Round 1, Pick 19: Calijah Kancey, DT, Pittsburgh
  • Round 2, Pick 48: Cody Mauch, OT, North Dakota State
  • Round 3, Pick82: YaYa Diaby, DE, Louisville
  • Round 5, Pick 153: SirVocea Dennis, LB, Pittsburgh
  • Round 5, Pick 171: Payne Durham, TE, Purdue (Compensatory Pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 181: Josh Hayes, CB, Kansas State
  • Round 6, Pick 191: Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska
  • Round 6, Pick 196; Jose Ramirez, DE, Eastern Michigan

Who else did the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sign for the 2023 Season?If we take a look at the Bucs signings for this season, the one that stands out the most is Baker Mayfield. The Quarterback has to replace the retired Tom Brady, a big responsibility. Mayfield played for the Carolina Panthers and Los Angeles Rams during the 2022 season and had a passer rating of 79.0 with 2,163 yards, 10 touchdowns and 8 interceptions in 12 games and will be looking to improve these numbers in the coming season.Besides Mayfield, they acquired a number of free agent players for the 2023 season:

  • Chase Edmonds, RB
  • Greg Gaines, DT
  • Chase McLaughlin, K
  • Ryan Neal, DB
  • Matt Feiler, OT
  • John Wolford, QB
  • Raiqwon O'Neal, OT
  • David Moore, WB
  • Markees Watts, LB
  • Kedrick Whitehead, SAF
  • C.J. Brewer, DT
  • Rodrigo Blankenship, K
  • Avery Young, DB
  • Cephus Johnson III, WR
  • Rodarius Williams, CB

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • Jeremy Banks, LB, Tennessee
  • Taye Barber, WR, TCU
  • Brandon Bouyer-Randle, LB, UConn
  • Ronnie Brown, RB, Shepherd
  • Evans Deckers, LS, Duke
  • Silas Dzansi, OT, Virginia Tech
  • Luke Haggard, OT, Indiana
  • Keenan Isaac, CB, Alabama State
  • Christian Izien, S, Rutgers
  • Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland
  • Nelson Mbanasor, DE, Texas State
  • Kaevon Merriweather, S, Iowa
  • Ryan Miller, WR, Furman
  • Chris Murray, C, Oklahoma
  • Derrek Pitts, CB, NC State
  • Tanner Taula, TE, Illinois State
  • Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse
  • Kade Warner, WR, Kansas State
  • Jake Bates, K, Arkansas
  • Evan Deckers, Long Snapper, Duke

Who will be the Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting QB 2023?

Replacing Tom Brady is an impossible job, but the Bucs have done a pretty good job trying. At the moment, the QB1 for the season will be new signing Baker Mayfield, but there's an interesting battle going on at Raymond James Stadium as Kyle Trask, who’s had a great preseason, will also be battling for a starting spot. Head coach Todd Bowles has the last word.

One of the main objectives of the Bucs QB will be to supply and exploit Mike Evans’s talents. The 30 year-old Wide receiver will be aiming for another 1,000 yard season, as he already has done for 9 consecutive years.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Key Matchups in 2023The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a number of key matchups in the 2023 season, but here are a few of the ones we highlighted:

  • Week 4 and Week 17 vs New Orleans Saints: The biggest rivals for the Bucs. Ever since, moving to the same division in 2002, both teams have contested at least twice a year in a match that's marked in red by the Bucs supporters. A good result in these two games could be crucial to decide the division winner. The Saints currently lead the rivalry 39-24, but the Bucs have won their only playoff clash, in 2021. 
  • Week 3 vs Philadelphia Eagles: One of the best teams in the NFL last year, Philadelphia Eagles has an away trip to the Raymond James Stadium as they'll try to end a four game loss streak against the Bucs, with their last win recorded in 2013. Tampa Bay leads by 11-10 in the historic record, so you can see how close this rivalry really is.
  • Week 18 vs Carolina Panthers: The last game of the regular season for the Bucs will be against their  division rivals, the Carolina Panthers. A game rich in history, ever since both teams joined the same division back in 2002. Both teams have fought for the control of the NFC South division in a clash that's always heated and generates expectations like no other for the fans and cities involved. Will both teams get to this fixture with a chance to squeeze in the playoffs? The Panthers lead the overall series 25-20 and will be looking to be a strong team at home, as the Bucs look for a fourth consecutive playoff appearance.

The Bucs have a tough start to the season, but if they get some results in the first weeks, they could build some momentum that carries them all the way to the playoffs for a fourth consecutive season. Get you tickets to these games in the link below.

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When were the Tampa Bay Buccaneers established and joined the NFL?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were established as an NFL team in 1976. They were awarded a franchise on April 24, 1974, and their inaugural season took place in 1976 as part of the NFL's expansion. The team's first season marked their entry into the league, and they have since become an integral part of the NFL's history and the Tampa Bay sports landscape.

Who owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are owned by the Glazer family. The Glazer family, led by patriarch Malcolm Glazer until his passing in 2014, has been the principal owner of the team since 1995 after a successful $192 million bid. Following Malcolm Glazer's passing, his sons, Joel and Bryan Glazer, have been involved in the team's ownership and operations and the president is Darcie Glazer Kassewitz. The Glazer family also owns the English football club Manchester United.

Who is the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach is Todd Bowles. This is the second season Bowles is in charge of the Bucs having previously held the position of defensive coordinator in Tampa from 2019 to 2021.

How many championships have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have two Super Bowl appearances and have won both. Super Bowl XXXVII on January 26, 2003, and Super Bowl LV on February 7, 2021. They also won their only two Conference Championships in the seasons they made it to the Super Bowl, 2002 and 2020.

How many divisional championships have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have clinched a total of 8 divisional championships, with victories spanning both the NFC Central and the NFC South divisions. Their notable accomplishments include securing the NFC Central divisional title in the years 1979, 1981, and 1999. Subsequently, following the NFL's realignment, the Buccaneers continued their winning streak by capturing the NFC South divisional championship in 2002, 2005, 2007, 2021 and 2022. These divisional triumphs showcase the superiority of the Bucs in their division, especially in the 2020’s.

What is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers best overall season record?

The best overall season record for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was in 2021, where they had a regular season record of 13-4 and a win rate of .765 as the Bucs cruised to the division title. That same season, the Bucs lost to the Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional playoffs and couldn’t repeat the previous season's Super Bowl triumph.

Who have been some of the most famous players in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history?

As a team that has won two Super Bowl's, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had some great players over the years. Derrick Brooks is THE greatest Bucs player of all-time, a Linebacker that played his whole 14-year career at Tampa and led them to their first Super Bowl title in 2003, being named Defensive Player of the Year of the 2002. We can't end this list without naming the greatest Quarterback of all time, Tom Brady. Although there are greater players in the franchise's history, Brady's name is famous enough to merit a mention. He was a key part of Tampa's second Super Bowl title where he was named MVP. This was his last of seven Championships and Bucs fans have great memories of Brady in the three seasons that he played in Tampa. Lee Roy Selmon was a defensive tackle who played all of his 9 NFL seasons in Tampa, from 1976 to 1984. He did not enjoy the later success of the franchise, but was a pivotal part of the early days. He won Defensive Player of the Year in 1979, an achievement that earned him an induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995. The third player on the list is Defensive tackle Warren Sapp. He was chosen as the Defensive Player of the Year in 1999 and played all 16 games as a starter of the 2002 season in which the Bucs won the Super Bowl. Sapp ranks second just behind Selmon with 77 sacks on Tampa's all-time lists.

Have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers retired any jersey numbers?

The Bucs have three retired numbers in honor of three of the greatest players in Tampa Bay Buccaneers history:

  • 55, Derrick Brooks, outside linebacker (1995-2008): Played his whole career for the Bucs and led his team to their first Super Bowl in January 2003.
  • 63, Lee Roy Selmon, defensive end (1976-1984): Iconic Buc, played key role in the 1979 season where he was named DPOTY.
  • 99: Warren Sapp, defensive tackle (1995-2003): He was a huge part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl XXXVII championship team.

Where do the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers play at home turf on the Raymond James Stadium since its construction in 1998, when the Glazer family took control of the franchise. With a capacity of 69.000 spectators, expandable to 75.000, this is the biggest stadium in Tampa. Since its opening, “Ray Jay” as the locals call it, has hosted the Super Bowl on three occasions, XXXV, XLIII and LV. With the 2021 edition witnessing the Bucs winning the Championship, marking the first time a home team won the Super Bowl in their own stadium.

Who are the Tampa Bay Buccaneer’s biggest rivals?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have built intense rivalries full of hard-fought matchups during the years, here are some of the most notable rivalries. As a part of the NFC South division, the Bucs have had heated encounters with the Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and the Atlanta Falcons. Further from the division, historic games with the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys have created a sense of rivalry among Tampa locals. As one of the three NFL teams in Florida, the Bucs always look at their neighbors for a good Floridian skirmish, as the Miami Dolphins and the Jacksonville Jaguars also want the bragging rights of an inter-state W.

What is the story of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have a rich history that began with their establishment in 1976 as an NFL expansion team. The early years were challenging, with the team struggling to find its footing. However, a turning point came when they experienced a resurgence in the late 1990s, culminating in their first Super Bowl championship victory in the 2002 season. Led by an iconic defense, the Buccaneers clinched a dominant victory in Super Bowl XXXVII. The team's history is characterized by moments of triumph, building a passionate fan base and creating lasting memories in the NFL.

Why are they called the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were named after the historical significance of pirates in the Tampa Bay area. The team's name and pirate-themed branding pay homage to the region's rich history of pirate legends and maritime heritage. The name "Buccaneers'' is inspired by the pirates who once navigated the coastal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, including the Tampa Bay area. The team's logo, colors, and overall branding reflect this connection to the culture of the region, adding a unique identity to the franchise, crowned by a replica pirate ship that stands vigilant in Raymond James Stadium.

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