Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are on sale for the exciting 2011 NFL season as the team threatens to right last season's wrong and end up in the playoffs after the Bucs schedule has come to completion. The very PR savvy fan will say this team is gritty, but the reality is that this football team has had up and down performances and have been struggling to identify a running game. Luckily, they have Josh Freeman, who sells Bucs tickets simply because of his penchant for engineering fourth quarter comebacks.

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Those two minute drives cannot sustain a winner. Eventually, the defense has figure out how to stop the run or the pass (preferably both actually) and produce some kind of consistent offensive push. Freeman has to prefer winning the game soundly through four quarters of football rather than feeling the pressure mounting for one fourth quarter. LeGarrette Blount and Earnest Graham have impressed and disappointed so far in 2011. Blount needs to earn his starting spot once he returns from injury, lest he wants third stringer Kregg Limpkin (Graham is now out for the season with a torn Achilles) to take the hand offs on first and second down.

Perhaps the offense's lack of a go-to receiver is a good thing. Defenses do not know whether to key in on Mike Williams, Preston Parker, Arrelious Benn, and Dezmon Briscoe. Tight end Kellen Winslow has resuscitated his career at Raymond James Stadium and is a solid red zone target. Briscoe should soon usurp Williams as the number one route runner on paper given Williams ability to only actually catch 31 of the 63 passes thrown his way. He is not at fault for every completion, but he has to take some of the blame for catching less than half of Freeman's heaves.

The defense ranks near the bottom in terms of stopping the run and the pass. They have allowed more points than the offense has mustered. The only positive mention is the nearly two turnovers a game they force. However, the offense gives the ball up nearly as often. Yet, Buccaneer tickets remain a hot item as the team is in the running in the NFC South.

Tampa Bay Bucs History

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been playing in the NFL since 1976 and have a Super Bowl win and six division titles to the football team's credit. Bucs tickets were rarely good for a win until Tony Dungy created a dominating defense that would go on to generate dozens of copycats. The Buccaneers graced Raymond James Stadium with four division titles, seven playoff appearances and a Super Bowl victory from 1997 on.

The Super Bowl win came in the first season with Dungy. Dungy had put together a defense that would bend but not break, but his offense simply failed to put enough points on the board to advance in the postseason. The Bucs traded for Jon Gruden, the offensive mastermind from the Raiders. As the new coach he added the pizzazz the offense needed. The Bucs went 12-4 in the regular season and destroyed the NFC playoff opponents on the way to the Super Bowl. They beat the 49ers 31-6 and the Eagles 27-10. Meeting the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a distinct advantage. In the end, the Bucs won 48-21.

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