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The Bucs may have had a rough go of it during the 2014 season but some strong performances, including a win off of last year's AFC North champions the Pittsburgh Steelers, proves that the team has plenty of talent to build on in 2015. The Bucs will be looking to battle their way back to the top of the NFC South standings and back into the playoffs for the first time since 2007. There were plenty of reasons for optimism in 2014 despite the Bucs' poor 2-14 record with an improving run defense proving that they can stop some of the best rushers in the league and receivers like Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson having strong years despite all of the turmoil at quarterback. With a high draft pick coming up the Bucs have the option of picking a player who can make an immediate impact or possibly trading down and acquiring several key assets. Coach Lovie Smith and company are determined to lead the Bucs back to the playoffs this season and make number one overall pick Jameis Winston prove early on in his young career that he is the future of the franchise. This will not be a simple task, but the Buccaneers are one of the most talented teams in the league and have some of the most passionate and loyal fans in the league who are eager to show up and cheer the Bucs on to another big win.
The first home game at Raymond James Stadium for the Bucs in 2015 is a big game against the Tennessee Titans on September 13th. If the Buccaneers are to make the playoffs this season they are going to have to get as many wins in home games as possible and all of the biggest Bucs fans will want to be in the stands for the home opener. The Titans feature the second overall pick from the 2015 draft and this will be a game to watch as the two past Heisman Trophy winners battle it out against one another in their first NFL game. On October 4th the Carolina Panthers come to Raymond James Stadium in what will be a huge division game for the Bucs. The Bucs and Panthers have a fierce rivalry, one of the best in the NFC, and you can be sure there will be thousands of Panthers fans at Raymond James Stadium and it will be the job of Bucs fans to show up and be even louder. The best way for the Buccaneers to separate themselves from the rest of the NFC South in the middle of the season is by knocking off the Panthers in Tampa Bay. December 27th will be the last home game and another big NFC game for the Bucs when they take on the Chicago Bears in a game that will likely have a huge impact on the final conference standings. Other home games include match ups against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the New York Giants, the Dallas Cowboys, the Atlanta Falcons, and the New Orleans Saints. Pick out the games you can attend and get your tickets from StubHub to get out to Raymond James Stadium and show the Bucs some support.
The 2014 Tampa Bay Bucs struggled a bit during head coach Lovie Smith's first year, but much of that could be attributed to injuries at running back and instability at the quarterback position. Wide receiver Mike Evans appeared unfazed by the quarterback changes and averaged more than 15 yards per reception en route to 12 touchdowns while his fellow wide receiver Vincent Jackson also averaged more than 14 yards per catch. By the time the 2015 season gets underway the Bucs should have a revamped offense that will still feature the double headed beast of Doug Martin and Bobby Rainey in the backfield as well as more certainty under center. Add in some key off season moves and big time draft acquisitions, including number one overall pick quarterback Jameis Winston, and the 2015 Bucs should be as good as ever.
If you are expecting to see an amazing sporting event, look no further as there is nothing that matches the thrill of being there for an exciting NFL match up loaded with heart-pounding intensity. Whether it is a spectacular catch, a highlight-ready run, or an eye-popping throw, the NFL has you covered if you are looking for top-tier football action that you'll be talking about well after it's over. There has never been a better time to head out to the stands so you can actually feel the intensity of the crowd in a way that you never can from your living room. Tickets to see the Bucs play at their home venue of Raymond James Stadium are always hot sellers for a reason, as the Bucs are usually one of the most exciting teams in the NFC and often host some of the toughest opponents that the conference has to offer. Home games featuring the Buccaneers are always great, though there is something great about being on the road as well, as there is nothing quite like watching your favorite team as they hope to silence the home crowd to the joy of the true fans that made the trip. Don't miss out on any of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers action this season.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFC South
The Tampa Bay Bucs play in the NFC South which in recent years has been one of the most wide open divisions in the NFL. The division is made up of the New Orleans Saints, the Atlanta Hawks, the Carolina Panthers, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and each year all four teams battle one another for supremacy in the division and an automatic playoff berth. The Panthers are the defending division champions and are riding high behind the talents of quarterback Cam Newton. You can be sure that the Saints, the Falcons, and the Bucs will all be eager to take the Panthers down a notch this season and to make their own postseason appearances as the 2015 NFC South champions.
When the Bucs first joined the NFL in 1976 they were, oddly enough, members of the AFC West.