2021 Buccaneers In Playoffs
Buccaneers: WIN their first playoff appearance in 13 years.
BUCS haven’t won a postseason game since their Super Bowl championship run to end the 2002 season.
Tom Brady threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Washington REDSKINS Football Team, 31-23, in an NFC Wild Card game at FedExField..
Gameday Experience: You Can Still Tailgate!
BuccaneersFan.com recommends tailgating this Sunday with Scott and friends for the Saints rematch @ Raymond James Stadium.
No tickets! Limited Fans! NO PROBLEM! You can still party and watch the game within ear-shot of our FABULIOUS cannons this Sunday. Join Scott Bradford and other fanatical fans during the #BucsLifeTailgateParty and #WhatTheBucReallyMatters - This Sunday at 3316 West Ohio Ave. Tampa (eastside of RayJay) $25 gets you into this "CHARITY" event, raffle prizes, All-You-Can-Eat food and "Drinks". After the pre-party stick around and watch the game
SUNDAY - November 8th, kick-off at 8:20pm - Tailgate starts at 5pm (we recommend you arrive eairly) MORE DETAILS HERE WHAT THE BUC
Bucs Playoff Journey Sailing to New Orleans
The Buccaneers won the first game they ever played in the Louisiana Superdome on December 11, 1977 33-14. Lets do the same in our first postseason game ever at the venue, as we sail on to the 2020 NFC Championship Game.
After our road win over the Washington "REDSKINS" Football Team in the Wild Card round, the BUCS now steer the ship to New Orleans, where they will take on the NFC South-rival Saints in the Divisional Round of the playoffs.
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Rob Gronkowski offers hilarious take on catching Tom Brady fade passes
Gronk has classic, hilarious take on catching Brady's fade passes originally aired on NBC Sports Boston
“That back-shoulder fade route is something Brady and Gronk perfected during nine seasons in New England, so it's no surprise that they're working their magic again with the Bucs -- and when asked about it Wednesday, Gronk's take was both classic and absolutely hilarious.
"It's like a saying my mom used to say: It must be maple syrup because butter don't drizzle like that."
Wait... what? How does that make sense, Gronk?
"You don't got much time to react, and syrup drizzles; you've got to make that play. And a stick of butter, it's a block. You've got to put it in the microwave to melt it, that just takes too long."
Got it. That clears it right up.
Bucs' 2020 Ring of Honor inductee
"Monte Kiffin - Defensive Coordinator 1996-2008 the 14th ROH Member Monte Kiffin was a prime architect of one of the greatest defenses in NFL history. As such, it's fitting that his name will now grace the structure where that defense made its name. Kiffin, who spent 13 seasons as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' defensive coordinator, will be the 14th person inducted into the team's Ring of Honor at Raymond James Stadium. The Glazer Family surprised Kiffin with this news on Friday evening during what was already a surprise 80th birthday party for Kiffin in the stadium's Hall of Fame Club."
View current inductees here: BUCCANEERS RING OF HONOR
Buccaneers WIN 1st Wild-Card Game!
Buccaneers in NFL playoffs for 1st time since 2002.
It sure didn’t look like what we expected facing a 6-10 Washington Redskins on their fourth quarterback, but a win is a win for us Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.
The Buccaneers sailed over the Washington Redskins 31-23 for our first playoff victory since our 2002 Super Bowl run, enjoying a vintage Tom Brady experience in D.C. The future Hall-of-Famer finished 22-of-40 for 381 passing yards, two touchdowns and NO interceptions, notching his first playoff win with Tampa Bay and his 31st playoff win overall.
Tony Dungy joins Pro Football Hall of Fame selection Committee!
The Pro Football Hall of Fame Board of Trustees has approved Tony Dungy to fill an at-large vacancy on the Hall’s Selection Committee.
The first African American head coach to win a Super Bowl, Dungy was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2016 following a 13-year coaching career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1996-2001) and the Indianapolis Colts (2002-08). Dungy posted an overall record of 148-79 as a head coach. He also served as a defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1984-88) and Minnesota Vikings (1992-95).
Still "LIMITED" Bucs fans are allowed at home games in Raymond James!
As we enter Week 8 of the 2020 NFL regular season, some NFL teams are openly allowing fans into stadiums, while others are still playing games without anyone in attendance.
Attending games at stadiums across the country depends on where and when, and guidelines vary from state to state regarding the coronavirus pandemic and the level of COVID-19 cases. With continued health concerns, and threat based on a presidential election result lockdown, during the coronavirus pandemic, many teams focuses on continued limited seating for fans.
Tampa Bay, which has five home games remaining on our schedule, will have a max capacity of 25% for fans as that is the maximum allowed under NFL and CDC guidelines. During the New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Raymond James Stadium Sunday, November 8th, the Buccaneers will only allow approximentally 16,000 (stadium can hold 74,512) spectators to attend the game.
Citing concern for the health and safety of players, fans, staff and the community, the Bucs headquarters communicate that it’s still too soon to play an NFL game in Tampa Bay with open-seating fans in attendance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
SUPER BOWL LV
BuccaneersFan.com will be hosting several events at ***FACING SET-BACKS DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) LOCATION IS PENDING***. for fan crazyness. Super Bowl LV, the 55th Super Bowl and the 51st modern-era National Football League (NFL) championship game, will decide the league champion for the 2020 NFL season. The game is scheduled to be played on February 7, 2021, in TAMPA, FLORIDA. This will be the fifth Super Bowl hosted by the Tampa Bay area and the third one held at our Raymond James Stadium. The game will be televised nationally by CBS. It will be the fourth time that the Super Bowl is in the same state in back-to-back years with Super Bowl LIV taking place at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.