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2021 Buccaneers Season 46 Schedule

2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season 46 Brief

Our 2021 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season is the franchise's 46th in the National Football League, the 24th season playing home games at Raymond James Stadium and third under head coach Bruce Arians. They entered the season as defending Super Bowl champions focused on becoming the first franchise to win consecutive Super Bowls. They BUCS entered the season sailing a franchise record eight consecutive wins (including regular season and playoffs), which they extended to ten wins until they lost against the Rams. After their Week 16 win over Carolina, the Buccaneers clinched the NFC South division for the first time since 2007. Tampa Bay won a franchise record 13 games in the regular season. In Week 18, they secured the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs, then defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 31–15 in the Wild Card Round, notching postseason wins in consecutive seasons for the first time. However, their title defense ended with a 30–27 last-second loss to the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams in the Divisional Round.

It was falsely reported this would be Tom Brady's final season in the NFL and last of two seasons with the Buccaneers, Brady However, on March 13, publicly retracted the retirement announcement, and announced he would return in 2022. ironically Head coach Bruce Arians announced his retirement following the season and shifting into the franchise front office as a Senior Football Consultant.

2021 Draft Notes

It should be kept in mind, the BUCS returns each and every starter from its Super Bowl run a year ago and is aiming for a consecutive title. As seen in 2020, rookies can field a major role on championship teams (Tristan Wirfs and Antoine Winfield Jr. come to mind), and while starting spots aren't up for grabs, some rotational and key depth roles are open.

The Bucs picked from 32nd in each round during the draft as befitted the Super Bowl champions. They traded a 6th round compensation pick to the Seahawks to move up eight spots in the 4th round. They traded a 6th round pick and received a 7th round pick back from the Steelers in the 2019 trade for Jerald Hawkins.

  • Round 1 - Selection 32: Joe Tryon-Shoyinka, OLB, Washington
  • Round 2 - Selection 64: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
  • Round 3 - Selection 95: Robert Hainsey, OT, Notre Dame
  • Round 4 - Selection 129: Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
  • Round 5 - Selection 176: K.J. Britt, ILB, Auburn
  • Round 7 - Selection 251: Chris Wilcox, CB, BYU
  • Round 7 - Selection 259: Grant Stuard, OLB, Houston
  • Notes:
  • The Buccaneers were awarded a compensatory selection in the sixth round (217th overall).
  • The Buccaneers traded a sixth-round selection (216th overall) to Pittsburgh for offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins and a seventh-round selection (251st overall).
  • The Buccaneers traded their fourth-round (137th overall) and sixth-round (compensatory/217th overall) selections to Seattle for a fourth-round selection (129th overall)

2021 SEASON Gameday Notes

Week 1: Home vs. Dallas Cowboys

Tampa Bay received the opening kickoff, but went three-and-out to start the game. Bradley Pinion executed a coffin corner punt, pinning the Cowboys back at their own 2-yard line. Tampa Bay got the ball back after a Dallas punt. Tom Brady connected with passes to Mike Evans, Rob Gronkowski and Antonio Brown, and capped off the drive with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Chris Godwin for a 7–0 early lead.

Tampa Bay broke a 7–7 tie with a 2-yard touchdown pass from Brady to Gronkowski. The drive was set up after a long punt return by Jaydon Mickens. Dallas trimmed the score to 14–13 after a touchdown from Dak Prescott to Amari Cooper. Tom Brady's first interception of the night led to a Cowboys field goal. But on their next drive, Brady connected with a wide open Antonio Brown for a 47-yard touchdown, and a 21–16 halftime lead.

The Cowboys opened up the second half with a lengthy field goal drive, to make the score 21–19. Carlton Davis intercepted Dak Prescott, which set up Gronkowski's second touchdown catch. But the Cowboys responded with a 10-play, 75-yard drive, culminating in a 21-yard touchdown catch by Amari Cooper, his second of the day as well.

Tampa Bay clung to a 28–26 lead entering the fourth quarter. With 5:04 left, the Buccaneers were driving at the Dallas 13 yard line. Brady's short pass to Chris Godwin was caught but subsequently fumbled at the 2 yard line and recovered by the Cowboys. The Cowboys drove down the field for a 48-yard go-ahead field goal by Greg Zuerlein. With only one timeout left, trailing 29–28 with 1:24 remaining in regulation, Brady drove the Buccaneers 57 yards in eleven plays, down to the Cowboys 18 yard line. Ryan Succop kicked a game-winning 36-yard field goal with 7 seconds left. The Buccaneers extended their franchise-record winning streak (including postseason) to 9 games.

Two of Brady's touchdown passes were to Rob Gronkowski, bringing the duo's career total to 100 touchdown connections in the regular season and playoffs combined.

Week 2: Home vs. Atlanta Falcons

Brady threw for 276 yards and 5 touchdown passes (tying a franchise best) as Tampa Bay defeated Atlanta 48–25. The Buccaneers extended their franchise record winning streak to ten games, and became the first NFL team to score 30+ points in a victorious performance in nine consecutive games.

The Buccaneers won the coin toss and elected to receive. With potential rain in the forecast for the second half, coach Bruce Arians indicated he wanted the offense to hit the field first. Tampa Bay built a 14–0 lead in the first half after two touchdown passes to Rob Gronkowski. A touchdown pass to Mike Evans late in the second quarter set Tampa Bay up for a 21–10 lead.

Atlanta received the kickoff for the second half. On the second play of the third quarter, Matt Ryan was intercepted by Shaquil Barrett, setting the Buccaneers up at the Atlanta 18 yard line. Five plays later, Evans caught his second touchdown pass, and Tampa Bay pulled out to a 28–10 lead. Atlanta rallied, scoring two touchdowns and trimmed the deficit to 28–25 by the end of the third quarter.

Tampa Bay pinned the Falcons back at their own 4 yard line. The defense forced a three-and-out, and the resulting punt gave the Buccaneers excellent field position. Brady threw three straight passes, and Chris Godwin's touchdown grab put the Buccaneers up 35–25 with 9 minutes left in regulation. The Buccaneers defense sealed the game as Mike Edwards twice picked off Matt Ryan and returned both interceptions for touchdowns.

Week 3: Away vs. Los Angeles Rams

Tampa Bay snapped a ten-game winning streak, losing their first game of the 2021 season at the Los Angeles Rams. Quarterback Tom Brady, in his first ever game in the city of Los Angeles, threw for 432 yards, one touchdown pass, and ran for a touchdown, but the Buccaneers defense could not contain Matthew Stafford and the high-powered Rams offense. Despite the loss, Brady became the second player in NFL history to pass for over 80,000 career yards..

Week 4: Away vs. New England Patriots

Tampa Bay faced New England on Sunday Night Football in a game dubbed "The Return" by NBC Sports.[25] The game marked Tom Brady's first game at Gillette Stadium since leaving the Patriots as a free agent after the 2019 season. Brady passed Drew Brees as the league's all-time career passing yardage leader, and Tampa Bay pulled off a come-from-behind victory to improve to 3–1 on the season. On a rainy night, Brady was warmly welcomed by the Patriots fanbase, but quickly their attention turned to rookie quarterback Mac Jones. Jones would throw for 275 yards and two touchdown passes, and nearly led the Patriots to an upset victory. In a back and forth game, turnovers, the lack of a rushing attack, and ultimately a missed field goal, cost New England a chance to win.

Week 5: Home vs. Miami Dolphins

Brady threw for 411 yards and five touchdown passes, as Tampa Bay defeated in-state rival Miami 45–17. Antonio Brown was the standout receiver, with two touchdown receptions, and 124 total yards. Midway through the second quarter, Brown caught a short, 8-yard pass from Brady, then broke free untouched for a 62-yard touchdown. It was the longest play of the game, and the longest play of the Buccaneers' season thus far.

Week 6: Away vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Tampa Bay traveled to Philadelphia for a Thursday night matchup. The Buccaneers defeated the Eagles 28–22 to improve to 5–1 on the season. Leonard Fournette carried the ball 22 times for 81 yards and two touchdowns, and quarterback Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes. The Buccaneers built a 21-point lead, then held off an Eagles rally for a 6-point victory.

Week 7: Home vs. Chicago Bears

Brady became the first player in NFL history to throw 600 career touchdown passes (regular season). Brady reached the historic career milestone with a 9-yard touchdown pass to Mike Evans late in the first quarter. The Buccaneers routed the Bears by the score of 38–3. Brady threw a total of four touchdown passes, three to Evans, as Tampa Bay took an unsurmountable 35–3 lead into halftime.

Despite missing Lavonte David and Richard Sherman, the Tampa Bay defense still dominated the Bears. Quarterback Justin Fields was sacked four times, lost two fumbles, and was intercepted three times. The Buccaneers improved to 6–1 on the season, and 4–0 at home. It is the team's first 6–1 start in franchise history.

Week 8: Away vs. New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay faced former quarterback Jameis Winston for the first time since Winston was named the starting quarterback for the Saints. Winston departed Tampa following the 2019 season. Early in the second quarter, at the Saints own 9 yard line, Winston scrambled for 3 yards, but was taken down by Devin White's Horse-collar tackle. Winston suffered a torn ACL and damaged MCL, and was replaced by back up quarterback Trevor Siemian for the remainder of the game. Penalties by the Buccaneers (11 for 99 yards) were the story of the day. One interception in the endzone was negated by penalty, and multiple Saints drives were extended by penalties on the Tampa Bay defense.

Brady rallied the Buccaneers from a 23–7 deficit. Tampa Bay took a 27–26 lead with a 50-yard touchdown pass from Brady to Cyril Grayson. The Saints then added a go-ahead field goal with 1:41 left in regulation. Trailing 29–27, Brady's pick-six with 1:36 left secured the win for New Orleans.

Week 9: *** BYE ***
Week 10: Away vs. Washington Redskins

This was a rematch of the 2020 Wild Card Round in which Tampa Bay defeated Washington 31–23 on their way to a Super Bowl victory. The Washington Football Team ended up the better team this game, as the defending champions were given a 29–19 upset loss.

Two first quarter interceptions thrown by Tom Brady led to field goals; Washington's lead increased to 13 points with a DeAndre Carter pass from Washington quarterback Taylor Heinicke. The Buccaneers were able to close the lead to 16–13, and then to 23–19 after a 40-yard touchdown pass to Mike Evans with 10:55 remaining in regulation. But a 19-play, 80-yard touchdown drive lasting over ten minutes by Washington effectively closed the fourth quarter sealing Tampa Bay's fate as Washington won 29–19.

Week 11: Home vs. New York Giants

Tampa Bay hosted the Giants on Monday Night Football. The Buccaneers snapped a two-game losing streak and won by the score of 30–10. With a touchdown reception in the third quarter, Mike Evans became the franchise's all-time leader in total touchdowns with 72. He came into the game tied with Mike Alstott (71), who had held that distinction since 2001.

Week 12: Away vs. Indianapolis Colts

Leonard Fournette had 17 rushes for 100 yards and three touchdowns, along with one receiving touchdown, as Tampa Bay defeated Indianapolis by the score of 38–31. The Buccaneers erased a ten-point halftime deficit, scoring 17 points off of turnovers in the second half. Fournette reportedly gave an impassioned halftime speech in the locker room to help motivate his teammates.

Week 13: Away vs. Atlanta Falcons

Tampa Bay swept the Atlanta Falcons for the second season in a row, after a 30–17 victory at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Chris Godwin set a franchise single-game record with 15 pass receptions, while Tom Brady threw for 368 yards in 51 attempts and four touchdowns. The Buccaneers defense sacked Matt Ryan five times, and the Falcons committed five fumbles (1 lost).

Week 14: Home vs. Buffalo Bills

BrTampa Bay built a 24–3 halftime lead, then survived a furious Bills comeback to win 33–27 in overtime. Quarterback Tom Brady threw his 700th career touchdown pass (combined regular season & postseason), a game-winning, 58-yard catch and run to Breshad Perriman in overtime. Brady also set the NFL record for most pass completions (passing Drew Brees). The Buccaneers improved to 10–3 on the season, and 6–0 at home. It was the Buccaneers 8th consecutive win at Raymond James Stadium (including Super Bowl LV).

Week 15: Home vs. New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay hosted division rival New Orleans on Sunday Night Football. With a win, the Buccaneers would clinch the NFC South division title (the club's first since 2007). The Saints shutout the Buccaneers 9–0, sweeping the regular season series for the third year in a row. It was also the first time Brady was shutout in a game since Week 14 of the 2006 season against the Miami Dolphins.

Injuries sent several Buccaneers players to the locker room. Mike Evans (strained hamstring), Chris Godwin (torn ACL), Leonard Fournette (hamstring), Lavonte David (foot), and Pat O'Connor (knee) all left the game early. Breshad Perriman was inactive on the COVID-19 list, while Antonio Brown and Mike Edwards were both serving the final game of a three-week suspension due to presenting counterfeit vaccination cards. Quarterback Tom Brady was sacked four times, threw an interception, and fumbled away the ball on a quarterback scramble. Neither team reached the endzone, and Brett Maher's three field goals were the only points of the game.

Prior to the game, Saints head coach Sean Payton tested positive for COVID-19 and was not permitted to attend.[34] With the loss (their first home loss of the season), Tampa Bay slipped to 10–4, and failed to secure a playoff berth for at least one additional week.

Week 16: Away vs. Carolina Panthers

Tampa Bay clinched the NFC South division title after a 32–6 victory at rival Carolina. Going into the game, the Buccaneers starting lineup was depleted by injuries and the COVID-19 list. Antonio Brown returned to the lineup after recuperating from an ankle injury, then a three-game suspension. Brown led all receivers with ten catches for 101 yards. The Buccaneers won their division for the first time since 2007, and clinched a playoff berth for the second year in a row - the first time going to the playoffs in consecutive seasons since 1999–2002.

Week 17: Away vs. New York Jets

Cyril Grayson's 33-yard touchdown catch from Tom Brady with 15 seconds left in regulation gave the Buccaneers a 28–24 win over the Jets. Tampa Bay beat the Jets on the road for the first time in franchise history, improved to 12–4 on the season, and both surpassed their regular season win total from the year prior as well as tied the Super Bowl-winning 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the most wins in a single season in franchise history with 12. Brady threw for 410 yards and three touchdowns, and the Buccaneers overcame a 14-point deficit, their largest comeback win of the season. Brady and Zach Wilson (born 22 years apart to the day) set an NFL mark for the largest age gap between starting quarterbacks.

Week 17: Home vs. NCarolina Panthers

Tampa Bay swept division rival Carolina, and secured the #2 seed in the NFC playoffs, winning their single-season franchise record 13th regular season game. Quarterback Tom Brady threw for 326 yards and three touchdown passes in the victory. Brady topped 5,000 passing yards on the season, the third time that has been achieved in NFL history, also a single-season franchise record. Mike Evans caught 6 passes for 89 yards, becoming the first player in NFL history with 1,000+ receiving yards in each of his first eight seasons. Once again, several key Buccaneers starters were out due to injury, some resting in hopes of returning for the playoffs.

NFC Wild Card Playoffs: Home vs. Philladelphia Eagles

The Buccaneers ran up 31 unanswered points on the way to their fifth consecutive postseason win over the last two seasons. For 44-year-old Bucs quarterback Tom Brady, it was his 35th career playoff win.

The Buccaneers started out the game with a 12-play, 75-yard drive to go up 7–0 on Giovani Bernard's 2-yard touchdown run. After the next three possessions ended in punts, Brady completed 5 of 6 passes for 62 yards on a 70-yard drive that ended with Ke'Shawn Vaughn's 1-yard score, putting the Bucs ahead 14–0 with 25 seconds left in the first quarter. The Eagles had to punt again, and Tampa Bay drove back for more points, this time moving the ball 53 yards in 11 plays to take a 17–0 lead with Ryan Succop's 34-yard field goal.

Philadelphia responded with their most promising drive of the day, moving the ball to the Buccaneers 37-yard line, only to lose the ball with incomplete pass on 4th and 5. Then after a punt, they drove to the Tampa Bay's 27. But once again they failed to score as defensive back Mike Edwards intercepted Jalen Hurts' pass in the end zone.

Both teams punted on their first possession of the second half, but on the Buccaneers punt, Jalen Reagor muffed the kick and Ross Cockrell recovered the ball for Tampa Bay on the Eagles 48-yard line. Brady started off the next drive with a screen pass to Bernard that picked up 21 yards, and eventually finished it with a 2-yard touchdown toss to tight end Rob Gronkowski, increasing the lead to 24–0. Then linebacker Shaq Barrett intercepted a pass from Hurts and returned it 17 yards to the Eagles 36-yard line, where Brady gave the Bucs a 31–0 lead with a touchdown pass to Mike Evans on the next play.

Philadelphia finally managed to get on the board early in the fourth quarter after Reagor returned a punt 31 yards to the Eagles 35-yard line. Hurts completed a 31-yard pass to DeVonta Smith on the next play, and then Boston Scott scored on a 34-yard touchdown run. Then after a punt, Hurts completed 7 of 9 passes for 81 yards and rushed for 6 on a 93-yard drive that ended with his 16-yard touchdown pass to running back Kenneth Gainwell. Hurts then completed a pass to Smith for a two-point conversion to make the score 31–15, but any chance of a comeback was snuffed out when the Bucs recovered Philadelphia's onside kick attempt.

Brady completed 29 of 37 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns. Evans caught 9 passes for 117 yards and a score. Bernard rushed for 44 yards and a touchdown, while also catching 5 passes for 39 yards. Hurts finished the game 23/43 for 258 yards and a touchdown, with 2 interceptions, along with 8 carries for 39 yards. Tight end Dallas Goedert was his top target with 6 catches for 92 yards.

NFC Divisional Playoffs: Home vs. Los Angeles Ramss

The Buccaneers' hopes of a second consecutive Super Bowl appearance came to an end at the hands of the fourth-seeded Los Angeles Rams, who upset the defending champions on a last-second 30-yard field goal by kicker Matt Gay. Los Angeles built a 27-3 lead, but Tampa Bay rallied to score 24 unanswered points and tied the game with 42 seconds remaining in regulation. The Rams swept the Buccaneers, having also defeated them during the regular season, and ultimately advanced to Super Bowl LVI.

Gay converted field goals of 26 and 40 yards in the first and second quarters, respectively, while quarterback Matthew Stafford threw touchdown passes of 7 yards to tight end Kendall Blanton and 70 yards to wide receiver Cooper Kupp to put the Rams ahead late in the first half. Late in the second quarter, cornerback Nick Scott intercepted a pass by Tom Brady, setting up the Rams deep in Tampa Bay territory. However, running back Cam Akers, making his first start of the season, was stripped of the ball at the Tampa Bay 1 yard line with 24 seconds left to leave the score 20–3 at halftime.

Stafford added a 1-yard touchdown sneak to put the Rams up 27–3 midway through the third quarter, their largest lead of the day. Trailing by 24, the Buccaneers scored on a Ryan Succop field goal with 3:06 left in the third quarter. On the first play of the next possession, Cooper Kupp fumbled away the ball, and it was recovered by Tampa Bay. This led to a 1-yard touchdown run by Leonard Fournette, and the score was now 27–13 at the end of the third quarter.

The Rams squandered opportunities to put the game away, going three-and-out to start the fourth quarter. On the next possession, linebacker Von Miller's strip sack of Brady gave Los Angeles the ball Tampa Bay 25. But they gave the ball right back to the Buccaneers with an errant shotgun snap on the next play from scrimmage. Later in the fourth quarter, the Rams missed another scoring opportunity as Gay came up short on a 45-yard field goal attempt with 6:36 remaining.

Following another exchange of punts, Brady threw a 55-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Mike Evans to trim the score to 27–20 with 3:27 left in regulation. The Buccaneers were out of timeouts, and elected not to attempt an onside kick, and kicked off to the Rams. On the second play of the drive, Akers fumbled for the second time during the game, giving Tampa Bay the ball at the Los Angeles 30 yard line. Seven plays later, facing a 4th & 1 at the 9 yard line - with many expecting a quarterback sneak - Brady instead gave a handoff to Leonard Fournette who broke to the right untouched for a 9-yard touchdown. With 42 seconds left in regulation, the Buccaneers tied the score at 27–27.

Stafford shrugged off a first down sack and connected with Cooper Kupp for a 20-yard gain to the 44 yard line. Stafford and Kupp hooked up on the very next play for a 44-yard bomb over the middle as Kupp (9 receptions, 183 yards) beat Buccaneers free safety Antoine Winfield Jr. in single coverage all the way down to the Tampa Bay 12. Stafford then spiked the ball with four seconds remaining to set up Gay's winning kick. It was the Buccaneers' third loss in as many postseason meetings with the Rams, the last two occurring in NFC Championship in 1979 and 1999. With the crushing 30–27 loss, Tampa Bay finished with a total combined record of 14–5, including the postseason. Brady's handoff to Fournette for the game-tying touchdown would ultimately be the final play from scrimmage of his career.

Date   Opponent Week/Record Outcome
Aug. 14
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Cincinnati Bengals Professor Jam Cincinnati Bengals
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
PS - WK 1
Loss 14-19
Aug. 21
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Tennessee Titans Professor Jam Tennessee Titans
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
PS - WK 2
Loss 03-34
Aug. 28
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Houston Texans Professor Jam @ Houston Texans
NRG Stadium, Houston, TX
PS - WK 3
Won 23-16

2021 Season Results

    Record: 13-4-0 .765 DIV 4-2-0 .328 (1st in NFC South Division)
Date   Opponent Week/Record Outcome
Sep. 9
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Dallas Cowboys Professor Jam Dallas Cowboys
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 1
1 - 0
Won 31-29
Sep. 19
Buccaneersfan.com Carolina Panthers Professor Jam Atlanta Falcons
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 2
2 - 0
Won 48-25
Sep. 26
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Los Angeles Rams Professor Jam @ Los Angeles Rams
SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
RS - WK 3
2 - 1
Loss 24-34
Oct. 3
Buccaneersfan.com vs. New England Patriots Professor Jam @ New England Patriots
Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
RS - WK 4
3 - 1
Won 19-17
Oct. 10
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Miami Dolphins Professor Jam Miami Dolphins
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 5
4 - 1
Won 45-17
Oct. 14
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Philadelphia Eagles Professor Jam @ Philadelphia Eagles
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
RS - WK 6
5 - 1
Won 28-22
Oct. 24
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Chicago Bears Professor Jam Chicago Bears
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 7
6 - 1
Won 38-03
Oct. 31
Buccaneersfan.com vs. New Orleans Saints Professor Jam @ New Orleans Saints
Caesars Superdome, East Rutherford, NJ
RS - WK 8
6 - 2
Loss 27-36
Nov. 14
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Washington Redskins Football Team Professor Jam @ Washington Redskins Football Team
FedEx Field, Landover, MD
RS - WK 10
6 - 3
Loss 19-29
Nov. 22
Buccaneersfan.com vs. New York Giants Professor Jam New York Giants
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 11
7 - 3
Won 30-10
Nov. 28
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Indianapolis Colts Professor Jam @ Indianapolis Colts
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 12
8 - 3
Won 38-31
Dec. 5
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Atlanta Falcons Professor Jam @ Atlanta Falcons
Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
RS - WK 12
9 - 3
Won 30-17
Dec. 12
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Buffalo Bills Professor Jam Buffalo Bills
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 14
10 - 3 OT
Won 33-27
Dec. 19
Buccaneersfan.com vs. New Orleans Saints Professor Jam @ New Orleans Saints
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 15
10 - 4
Loss 09-09
Dec. 26
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Carolina Panthers Professor Jam @ Carolina Panthers
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
RS - WK 16
11 - 4
Won 32-06
Jan. 2
Buccaneersfan.com vs. New York Jets Professor Jam @ New York Jets
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
RS - WK 17
12 - 4
Won 28-24
Jan. 9
Buccaneersfan.com vs. Carolina Panthers Professor Jam Carolina Panthers
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
RS - WK 18
13 - 4
Won 41-17
Date   Opponent NFC Playoffs Outcome
Jan. 16
Buccaneers vs. Philadelphia Eagles 2021 NFC Wild-Card Playoff Philadelphia Eagles
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
01 - 00
Won 31-15
Jan. 23
Buccaneers Los Angeles Rams
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa Bay, FL
01 - 01
Loss 27-30

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