Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets
|Latest Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets|
St Louis Rams tickets at Edward Jones Dome,Saint Louis,MO on 12/22 12:00PM
|Sun Dec 22 2013||View Tickets|
parking tickets at Mercedes-Benz Superdome Parking Lot,New Orleans,LA on 12/29 3:30AM
|Sun Dec 29 2013||View Tickets|
Details of Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Ticket Luck value
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, commonly known as the Bucs, are a professional football team from Tampa, Florida. The team plays in the Southern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team first joined the NFL in 1976 when the league was expanding along with another team called the Seattle Seahawks. The team is presently owned by Malcolm Glazer and its head coach is Jon Gruden. The Buccaneers lost their first 26 games since entering the league in 1976. They then had a brief winning spree in the late 1970s and early 1980s, but then lost in the next fourteen consecutive seasons. From 1996 until 2003, however, the Buccaneers improved there performance and were able to win the Super Bowl XXXVII at the end of the 2002 season.
Professional Football first came to Tampa, Florida in 176 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers joined the NFL in 1976. This was two years after the Bay area had been awarded the NFL's 27th franchise. The team first joined as a member of the AFC West division. In 1977, they were moved to the NFL Central and replaced by the Seattle Seahawks in the AFC West. This repositioning of teams was carried out as part of the NFL's expansion plans and to enable both of the new expansion teams to play each other twice and every other NFL team once during their first two seasons.
Early success (1979-1982)
After losing all their first 26 games in the league, the Buc's made a drastic turnaround in 1979. With the help of star players such as quarterback Doug Williams, running back Ricky Bell and a brilliant defense from future Hall of Famer, Lee Roy Selmon, the Bucs managed a staggering five consecutive wins at the start of the season. Their impressive performance that year landed the team on the cover of Sports Illustrated. With only four games remaining, the Bucs needed only one more win to make it to the playoffs. However, the Bucs lost to the Minnesota Vikings (23-22) in the fourth last match and then to the Chicago Bears (14-0) the following week. The team lost again in the following match (1-13) that was OJ Simpson's final home game in San Francisco. However in the final attempt, in a home match against the Kansas City Chiefs, a game that was played in the worst ever downpour in Bucs' history, the team scored 10-6 giving them their first ever winning season.
The Bucs also won the Central Division in a tiebreaker against the Chicago Bears and defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in the divisional round of the playoffs. The Bucs hosted the NFC Championship Game in their home town of Tampa the following week but were defeated by the Rams (9-0).
 New ownership, Tony Dungy, and a return to contention (1996-2001)Despite the profitability of the Buccaneers in the 1980s, Culverhouse's death revealed a team close to bankruptcy, which surprised many observers. His son, Miami attorney Hugh Culverhouse, Jr., practically forced the trustees of his father's estate to sell the team, which cast doubt on the future of the franchise in Tampa. Interested parties included New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner and Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos, the latter of whom publicly declared he would move the team to Baltimore, as the city did not have an NFL franchise at that time.
The 2002 season: Super Bowl champions
Upon his arrival in Tampa, Gruden immediately went to work, acquiring former Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keenan McCardell, and RB Michael Pittman from the Arizona Cardinals. The Bucs needed to improve their sluggish offense, as the league's sweeping realignment sent the Bucs to the new NFC South Division, along with the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints.
The 2005 season: Another division crown
In the 2005 season, the Bucs returned to their winning ways. The Buccaneers selected Carnell "Cadillac" Williams in the first round of the 2005 draft, and the rookie would provide a running game the Buccaneers hadn't possessed since the days of James Wilder in the 1980s. Williams set the NFL record for most yards rushing in his first three games with 474, and was named as the AP's 2005 Offensive Rookie of the Year. His shoes and gloves from the third game of the season are now on display in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
After winning the division in 2005, the Bucs suffered through an abysmal 2006 season. The season was plagued by injuries, with starters such as G Dan Buenning, WR Michael Clayton, RB Carnell Williams, DE Simeon Rice, CB Brian Kelly, and QB Chris Simms all being placed on injured reserve at some point in the season. The season also saw a lot of rookies starting for the Bucs, such as QB Bruce Gradkowski, T Jeremy Trueblood, and G Davin Joseph. The league schedule was also unfriendly to the Bucs, scheduling them for 3 games (two of them away games) within 11 days of each other.
After a disappointing 4-12 effort in 2006, the Bucs for the first time in a long time had money to spend in free agency. They brought in QB Jeff Garcia, LT Luke Petitgout, DE Kevin Carter, and LB Cato June. On the first day of free agency in March, the Bucs made a trade with the Denver Broncos to send a conditional draft pick for veteran QB Jake Plummer; Plummer told reporters that he would retire instead of playing in Tampa Bay. To this day Plummer has yet to send in retirement papers to the National Football League, meaning he is still on the Bucs' roster. At the start of training camp, Plummer was placed on the team's Reserve/Did Not Report list. On April 28, the Buccaneers drafted Clemson DE Gaines Adams with the 4th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. After the draft the Buccaneers picked up TE Jerramy Stevens and DT Ryan Sims.
The AAA discount code for the "Tampa Bay Buccaneers" event is aaanow
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:I am looking at cheap tickets for tampa bay buccaneers on your site and wondering are there any additional fees on the listed prices?
A:Yes, there are additional fees applied on the listed price of all purchases including Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets. However, our charges are way lower than other ticket-selling networks. Please navigate to the check-out page where cost details are given.
Q:I am looking into the best price for the cheap tampa bay buccanneers tickets. Where do i find prices?
A:Prices are posted next to their respective tickets on our web page for Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets. We have discount prices and offer an additional discount at the checkout. So,spend your money wisely and book your tickets from our network only.
Q:How can i get discounted tampa bay buccaneers tickits?
A:You can get tampa bay buccaneers Tickets on discounted rates by availing the offer codes provided on our page. Check the instructions and follow them to get instant discounts.
Q:Do you have tampa bay buccaneers tickets cheap priced available on your website?
A:Yes, we do have Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets available ay cheap prices on our website. Look through our page for details and you can order your tickets from there.
Q:What is the price range for bucs tickets cheap?
A:The price range for Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets is given on our page. Check out the directions and place the order as early as possible.
Q:Do you sell buccaneers discount tickets here on your website?
A:Yes, we do sell Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets at discounts on our website. Use the discount codes mentioned on our page to get discounts.
Q:Do you sell buccaneers tickets cheap priced here on your website?
A:Yes, we do sell Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets at cheap prices on our website. Look through our page for details and order right away!
Q:Am I too late to get cheap tampa bay buccaneer tickets?
A:Not really, in fact you are right on time! Grab your share of Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets from our website right away!
Q:How can I know if it is totally safe to order bucs tickets?
A:You can order Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets from us without any hesitation as we are certified by trusted authorities.
Q:How will i receive my cheap tampa bay buccaneers tickets from you people?
A:Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets will be mailed to you once we have processed all your information on your credit card.
Q:Hi, I need some tampa bay buccaneers cheap tickets. Do you have them at reasonable rates?
A:Yes, we do have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets at reasonable prices. Log on to ticketluck to get the tickets.
Q:Whats the best deal on cheap bucs tickets?
A:You can check out the deals and discounts from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets page on our website.
Q:Can I exchange my Texans at Buccaneers tickets with another pair?
A:Tampa bay buccaneers Tickets with us are not open for exchange offer as it is not our policy.
Q:Are baltimore orioles miami tickets available for sale now?
A:Yes, you can buy your Baltimore Orioles tickets for Miami now for they are up for grabs!
Q:I will be needing some tampa bay buccaneers discount tickets?
A:We have an extensive range of cheap Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets, take your pick now!
Q:Can you provide the tampa bay buccaneers tickets?
A:we have a wide range of available Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets, have a look now!
Q:What are the accepted forms of payment for tampa bay bucs tickets?
A:Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets can be purchased via a Master, Visa or credit card.
Q:When do tampa bay buccaneers tickets go on sale?
A:The tickets are ON SALE now so quickly gran yours before we run of good deals.
Q:Do you have tampa bay bucs schedule tickets with you?
A:Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are right here with us so grab your deals now!
Q:Are there any buccaneers ticket sales?
A:Check out our Tampa Bay Buccaneers page for the details.