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Est. 1976

Tampa Bay
Buccaneers

Ronde Barber – CB – 47 Interceptions

AP via John Raoux

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Did you know?

The Buccaneers became the first post-merger expansion team to win a division championship, a playoff game, and host and play in a conference championship game — accomplishing all three feats during the 1979 season.

Team History

  • In 1977, the Buccaneers switched from the AFC to the NFC conference, where they have remained.
  • In 1979, the Buccaneers reached the NFC Championship game in only their fourth season. However, they were defeated by the Los Angeles Rams, 9-0.  
  • After the 2001 season, the Buccaneers left the NFC Central division and joined the NFC South.
  • The 2002 Buccaneers won their first Super Bowl (XXXVII) when they defeated the Oakland Raiders, 48-21.  

Team Facts

  • Seasons: 47 (1976–2022)  
  • Winningest Coach: (W-L-T) Jon Gruden (57-55-0)
  • Super Bowl Titles: 2 
  • Record going into 2022 season: (W-L-T) 291-433-1
  • Playoff Record: 11-10
  • Most Career Yards Rushing: James Wilder, 5,957 (1981-89)
  • Most Career Yards Passing: Jameis Winston, 19,737 (2015-19)
  • Most Career Receptions: Mike Evans, 606 (2014-21)
  • Most Career Sacks: Lee Roy Selmon, 78.5 (1976-84)*
  • Most Career Interceptions: Ronde Barber, 47 (1997-2012)
  • Most Career Points: Martin Gramatica, 592 (1999-2004)
  • Current Team Owner: Glazer Family 

*Sacks prior to 1982 are not official

 

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