The Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise was established in 1974, and played its first season as members of the NFL in 1976 as an expansion team. After a rough start in 1996, the team made a run to the playoffs in 1997, snapping a fifteen year playoff drought. After a disappointing 8-8 season in 1998, the team went 11-5 and won the NFC Central Division title but lost to the St. Louis Rams in the NFC Championship game. The team would return to the playoffs in each of the next two seasons, but Dungy would be fired after a loss in the playoffs in 2001.
The Bucs would go on to win their first Super Bowl in franchise history, defeating the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. Tampa Bay Buccaneer luck would change in 2020 after the team signed former Patriot great Tom Brady to a two-year contract and tight end Rob Gronkowski who came out of retirement in the 2020 season. The Buccaneers earned their second Super Bowl in 2020 defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9.
Where do/does the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play?
The Buccaneers currently play their home games inside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.
Who else plays in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers division?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers play in the NFC South.
Other members in the division include:
What time do the gates open to stadium?
The gates at Raymond James Stadium open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.
Who are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers biggest rivals?
The Panthers, Falcons, Saints, Packers, Chiefs, Rams and Bengals.
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