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.
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In 1977, the Buccaneers switched from the AFC to the NFC conference, where they have remained ever since.
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 lefttheNFC Central division and joined the NFC South.
The 2002 Buccaneers won their first Super Bowl (XXXVII) when they defeated the Oakland Raiders, 48-21.
Seasons: 46 (1976–2021)
Winningest Coach: (W-L-T) Jon Gruden (57-55-0)
Super Bowl Titles: 2
Record going into 2021 season: (W-L-T) 278-429-1
Playoff Record: 10-9
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, 532 (2014-20)
Most Career Sacks: Warren Sapp, 77 (1995-2003)
Most Career Interceptions: Ronde Barber, 47 (1997-2012)
Most Career Points:Martin Gramatica, 592 (1999-2004)
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