Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit Tickets
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are an American football team hailing from Tampa, Florida in the U.S. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are more commonly referred to as “Bucs”. The professional American football team plays in the NFL (National Football League), as members of the South Division of the NFC (National Football Conference). All their home games are hosted at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The Bucs started playing in the NFL in 1976, a couple of years after the Bay area was selected as the NFL’s twenty seventh franchise. The Buccaneers have come a long way from their beginning as an expansion team. Get Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit tickets and watch the Bucs square off against the Detroit Lions
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have gained a prominent position in the NFL with their fantastic performances. In the upcoming match against the Detroit Lions, the Bucs will be playing from their home, at the Ford Field in the vibrant city of Detroit. Popularly called the ‘Motor City’, Detroit is packed with sports zealots. Detroiters have fond memories of their team’s in all the four major sports leagues. Book your Tampa Bay Buccaneers Detroit tickets and watch the exciting football game.
Although the Buccaneers started their NFL campaign with twenty six consecutive losses, they have garnered a few notable achievements in their thirty seven years long run. In 2010 they became the first team, after the merger, to complete a successful season with a starting lineup consisting of ten or more rookies. The Bucs are also only the third team to win the Super Bowl in their lone appearance. They won the Super Bowl XXXVII in 2002, winning the game against favorites, Oakland Raiders from the AFC division, by a score line of forty eight to twenty one.
The Bucs home ground or the "Ray Jay" Stadium has a seating capacity of almost sixty six thousand. It was built on the request of current Bucs owner, Malcolm Glazer. The Ray Jay stadium, costing roughly one hundred and seventy million dollars replaced the older Tampa Stadium. The stadium has hosted the Super Bowl in 2001 and 2009. The Bucs mascot is Captain Fear, a pirate captain who dresses in white, red and black. Their logo shows a red flag, with a pirate skull and crossed sabers displayed on it.