Raymond James Stadium
Over 20 seasons of Buccaneers football has been played at Raymond James Stadium. This massive Tampa venue is large on personality as well as comfort. Featuring a tremendous replica pirate ship complete with cannons that fire after each Bucs touchdown, there is no disputing that this is Buccaneers country.
However, Raymond James Stadium has played host to a myriad of other sporting events. The annual NCAA Outback Bowl is played here as has been College Football National Championship Game, two Super Bowls, and tons of concerts.
Luxury suite owners at Raymond James Stadium know the best way to experience sporting events and concerts in the Tampa area. Each climate-controlled Buccaneers suite offers a great view of the field so you can watch the game while enjoying the many benefits that these suites have to offer. From first rate catering options to HDTVs and parking passes, no amenities are withheld. It is the perfect place to host a private or professional group. Your guests will get to truly experience the best of NFL football against the backdrop of these incredible surrounding.
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers football is nearing a half century in the NFL. In that time, the franchise built itself up from a laughable squad at its inception all the way to Super Bowl champions. Fans of the Bucs have endured both the best and worst parts of rooting for the home team. Ever hard-working, the team will compete down in Florida again for another chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
To say that things got off to a rocky start for this franchise in 1976 would be an understatement. Indeed, the Buccaneers did not win a game until week 13 of their second season, making for 26 straight losses to begin their history. However, after finally crossing this hurdle, their play gradually got better and by 1979 the Bucs won their division and found themselves hosting the NFC Championship. Shut out by the Rams 9-0, the Bucs fell back into mediocrity (and then lower) and would only make the playoffs twice more before 1997. They would set an NFL record with 12 consecutive seasons with 10 or more losses.
Despite having talented names come through Tampa over the years including Lee Roy Selmon, Doug Williams, Jimmie Giles, Ricky Bell, and Steve Young, the Buccaneers could never put together a winning product. The next playoff appearance by the Bucs would be in 1997 under head coach Tony Dungy. He would bring the Bucs to the playoffs four times in his six seasons there. However, it was not until the 2002 season that Jon Gruden took over and brought the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Promised Land with a Super Bowl victory. Winning 48-21 over the Oakland Raiders, the Buccaneers had finally ascended to the top of the NFL.
The past few seasons have had the feel of earlier Buccaneers teams. Failing to eclipse 10 wins since 2010, the Bucs have gone through coaches and quarterbacks quite quickly in recent years, including at the end of 2018 when they let go of coach Dirk Koetter. Going 19-29 during his tenure, management decided to go in another direction in the hopes of ending this trend and building this team back into a contender. Their hopes were pinned on their franchise quarterback, Jameis Winston. Along with running backs Ronald Jones II and Peyton Barber, and receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, the Bucs offense has had the capability of keeping the opposing defense up at night worrying about Sunday. A double threat at the tight end position for Tampa, Cameron Brate and OJ Howard are competing for first string and both can put up great numbers. The result this season, however, was disappointing as Tampa would be on the outside looking in at the playoffs again in 2019 and would part ways with Winston in the offseason.
This could very well change in 2020 with the monumental signing of Tom Brady. Bringing in one of the best quarterbacks of all-time, the Buccaneers offense is instantly transformed. A proven Super Bowl winner, Brady is expected to take the talent around him on offense and get the very best out of them. This opposing teams know that Tampa Bay just got a lot more dangerous.
Defensively, the Buccaneers have a host of talent up front with Ndamukong Suh, Beau Allen, and Vita Vea. The backfield consisting of Carlton Davis, and Jordan Whitehead has gotten a boost from the new defensive scheme.
There may be a lot of work to do in Tampa, polishing this raw team into a well-oiled machine, but the framework is definitely in place. Luckily, management was able to hire Bruce Arians to be the new head coach. Loved by his players, Arians knows how to tighten things up and produce a winning product. If he can motivate this group and galvanize their efforts toward the Super Bowl, then another appearance by this NFC South team may be in the cards in the near future. While the 2018 season ended with the Bucs in last place in the division, the 2019 team climbed to second place and keeps looking ahead.
The best Tampa Bay Buccaneers players to have ever graced the gridiron include Derrick Brooks, Warren Sapp, Ronde Barber, John Lynch, Mike Alstott, Lee Roy Selmon, Simeon Rice, and Warrick Dunn. Click here to learn more about the history of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise.
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