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Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2014 News and Updates
8/27/14 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers notched their first win of 2014’s preseason last weekend on a trip to western New York, where they defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-14. Bucs quarterback Josh McCown was 13 of 16 for 112 yards on the evening, with a 24-yard touchdown pass to rookie Mike Evans in the second quarter; McCown also threw one interception and was sacked once for a 13 yard loss. Doug Martin rushed for 38 yards and a score on 12 carries; his one-yard run capped the first scoring drive of the game for the Bucs. The score by Evans was redemption for a rookie miscue last week against Miami, when Evans thought he had scored but on review was taken away.
8/22/14 - It was a call – and ultimately a rookie mistake – that may have turned the game around for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The play happened on what looked to be a 42-yard touchdown by Bucs rookie Mike Evans; but upon review, it turned out that a Miami defender had punched the ball out of Evans’ hands and through the end zone for a turnover. Other than that, the Bucs scored just twice in the 20-16 loss to the Dolphins; quarterback Mike Glennon completed just 6 of 12 for 77 yards; Mike Kafka threw for a score late in the fourth quarter, a 13-yard completion to Lavelle Hawkins.
8/15/14 - In a 16-10 loss to in-state rival Jacksonville to start the exhibision season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were rotating four players – Oniel Cousins, Jamon Meredith, Patrick Omameh, and Kadeem Edwards – through the two guard positions on the offensive line in an attempt to determine who best could fill those positions. Both spots are wide open, to determine who will start the season, and head coach Lovie Smith insists there is no need to panic. However, it’s been a concern among the members of the Bucs’ staff, especially after former starter Carl Nicks left the team after being unable to heal properly from an injury. Smith insisted that fans not panic this early, saying “Let it play out a bit in the preseason.”
7/31/14 - It took them a week to make it official, but the Tampa Bay buccaneers released a player who was at one point expected to hold down a starting offensive left guard. Carl Nicks was let go by the Bucs last week, but only made the move official on Wednesday. Also, injuries have taken a toll in the early days for the defensive backfield, as a pair of cornerbacks, Rashaam Melvin and Alterraun Verner, both suffered injuries – Melvin with an ankle injury, Verner with a hamstring issue. While neither injury is expected to be particularly swerious, the Bucs have signed a pair of free-agent corners in Kid Edwards and Anthony Gaitor, himself a former buccaneer.
7/24/14 - Gerald McCoy is excited for his Tampa Bay Buccaneers – on both sides of the ball. McCoy told the Tampa Bay Times newspaper that he is especially excited about the Bucs’ offense, and told the newspaper regarding offseason acquisition Josh McCown, “I think a lot of people are about to see how good (McCown) really is.” McCoy described the 35-year-old McCown as, “(With) the amount of time he’s played, he’s 28,” noting that the veteran signal-caller had gained much experience without the wear and tear of a regular starting quarterback. McCoy was also enthusiastic about defensive acquisition Michael Johnson, who gives the Buccaneers an outside pass rusher they lacked.
7/10/14 - The life of a “military brat” – the son or daughter of one of our nation’s military – is not simple. Between being uprooted every two to three years to a new state (or country), parents being sent on extended temporary duty assignments which can stretch from a few days to several years, it can affect kids in any number of ways both positive (broadened cultural experiences) and negative (adjustment issues). In one of the better news items of the offseason, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wideout Vincent Jackson, himself the son of Army parents on both sides, unveiled a book whose audience is the kids of military parents, called “Danny Dogtags: Dealing with Deployment.” Jackson hosted several dozen kids at an event in June in which he read his new book to them; proceeds from the book’s sales will go to a charity dedicated to the health of military kids.
6/26/14 - It’s a sign of how much pressure an NFL team like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are to rebuild and become competitive (right now!), that since hiring head coach Lovie Smith in January, the team has installed new offensive and defensive systems, and so overhauled the roster that it’s estimated at around half the 53-man roster will play their first game in a Bucs uniform when the season starts But, that doesn’t bother Smith, who told the Tampa Bay Times, We like the team. We like the way they come into work every day …It’s believing in the guys. When you come to work, and say, ‘do this,’ and (the players) are anxious to do it, how can you not be pumped up?”
6/19/14 - Signings and waivings highlighted recent activity for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs finished signing their 2014 draft class with separate announcements that they had signed Charles Sims and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Running back Sims, who transferred to West Virginia after starting his college career at the University of Houston, signed a deal estimated at just over $3 million for four years with a signing bonus of just over $684,000. The signing of tight end Seferian-Jenkins, a second round pick out of Washington, was announced after the Buccaneers had received the signed contract in the mail, since he was still in school at the time he signed. Specific terms of both deals were not announced. The Bucs also signed tryout receiver David Gettis, formerly of Carolina, and waived a pair of players.
6/16/14 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced this week that their first-round draft pick, Texas A&M receiver Mike Evans, has been signed to a four year contract (with a team option for a fifth year) valued at a roughly $14.63 million, which includes a signing bonus of nearly $9 million. Though many expected the Bucs would choose a quarterback with their pick, the seventh overall in the 2014 draft, the team settled on Evans, an Aggie teammate of widely-heralded quarterback Johnny Manziel. After Evans’ selection, many pundits praised the selection, noting that the Buccaneers needed another playmaking receiver.
6/4/14 - Do not expect the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaching staff to put the bulk of their running game on a single player – most notably Doug Martin. Coach Jeff Tedford told ESPN.com he doesn’t believe that a single running back can carry the load. Tedford said, “I think you need to have two to three guys that bring different things to the table. …That’s the goal, to try to create some depth.” Among those players Tedford may choose from are 2014 third-round draft pick Charles Sims; Mike James and Bobby Rainey, who each performed well when asked to step in for Martin last season; and former Olympic sprinter Jeff Demps, who looks to be an experiment.
5/30/14 - The sports world is mourning the passing of Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner and team president Malcolm Glazer, who died on May 28 aged 85 years. Glazer had been owner of the Bucs since 1995, and built the team into a Super Bowl champion in 2002. Also known for his ownership of the English Premier League’s Manchester United soccer club since 2005, Glazer was also owner or primary shareholder of numerous other non-sporting entities, such as Harley Davidson, Houlihan’s restaurants, Formica, and the Tonka toy company.
5/23/14 - Drafting offensive players in every round, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hope to bring more firepower to a weakness in 2014. Their first round pick, Texas A&M’s Mike Evans, is projected to be an Opening Day starter and the number 2 wide receiver on the Bucs’ roster opposite Vincent Jackson. The Bucs also got a tight end (Washington’s Austin Seferian-Jenkins), a running back (Charles Sims from West Virginia), another receiver (Wyoming product Robert Herron), and some offensive line help in Purdue’s Kevin Pamphile and Tennessee State’s Kadeem Edwards.
5/14/14 - The Bucs got a good wide receiver with size in #7 pick Mike Evans from Texas A&M. And they went all offense with all their picks selecting a tight end, running back, offensive guard, offensive tackle and another wide receiver.
4/16/14 - There will be two big debuts for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in preseason 2014. Lovie Smith will make his first appearance as head coach after being removed from his chair in Chicago a year ago. Also a Windy City import, Josh McCown traded in his Bears duds for the starting quarterback position over Mike Glennon. The Bucs will kick things off on the road with a visit to Jacksonville in Week 1 (Aug 7-10), before returning to Raymond James in Week 2 (Aug 14-18) to face the Miami Dolphins. The Bucs will take a rare trip up to Buffalo to play the Bills in Week 3, before returning home for their third game in the Sunshine State, and their only set date of preseason: an Aug 28 matchup against the Washington Redskins. Score Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets and take a look at this new-look team this summer!
2/13/14 – The Bucs were quick to lock down a new head coach this offseason in Lovie Smith. Shortly after, Tampa Bay hired Leslie Frazier and Jeff Tedford as defensive and offensive coordinator. Rounding out the new coaching staff, are Mike Phair (assistant defensive line coach) and Carlos Polk (assistant special teams coach). Smith and Co. will look to elevate the talented Buccaneers roster that boast the likes of Darrelle Revis, Gerald McCoy, Lavonte David, and Mike Glennon. Tampa Bay fans, be sure to get to a home game this season as the Bucs will host the Falcons, Panthers, Saints, Packers, Vikings, Rams, Ravens and Bengals.
12/17/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were manhandled, 33-14, by the visiting San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at home field in Raymond James Stadium. The resurgent Bucs and their fans have grown accustomed to hearing the booming pirate cannons go off in the arena over the last couple weeks, but they only managed two touchdowns this time around against the Niners' notoriously ferocious defense. In Week 16, the Bucs will travel to St. Louis to play the Rams hot off the heels of their remarkable New Orleans Saints rout. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets start at just $12 and $50 on average this Sunday.
12/12/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are out of playoff contention, but proved they aren’t an easy out, as they held the Buffalo Bills to single digits on Sunday in their 6-27 win. Tampa Bay’s momentum kicked into high gear after showcase rookie Bobby Rainey rushed the field for 80 yards undeterred. In Week 15 the Buccaneers will look to keep up the good work and rattle San Francisco on their path to playoffs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are one of the hotter commodities of the week at $141 on average, but you can steal a seat for just $7, when the Bucs host the 49ers at Raymond James Stadium.
12/3/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers hit a major roadblock on their road to 4 straight victories when they met to the Carolina Panthers and lost, 6-27, on Sunday. Despite playing great games in the month of November, the Bucs did not start off December ideally. Mike Glennon looked more like a rookie than ever (14 of 21 and 1 interception), and the Bucs lost linebacker Jonathan Casillas for the rest of the season to a knee injury. On the upside, cornerback Darrelle Revis will most likely return this week, despite coming into Sunday off of a groin injury and leaving early with shoulder and chest pain. Can the Bucs bounce back this Sunday? Score Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets for just $32 to start and $91 on average.
11/26/13 - The Buccaneers have done it again—and this time it was on the road! The Tampa Bay nation truly has something to be thankful for this holiday, as their team has achieved three consecutive victories, recently sailing right past the Detroit Lions, 24-21. The Bucs’ cool and collected QB Mike Glennon played nearly “mistake-free” football, while the Lions had 5 turnovers. The Bucs’ Johnathan Banks picked Matt Stafford’s pass to Calvin Johnson right out of the receiver’s hands in the final minute to secure a victory over the (at the time) NFC North leaders. Can the Bucs pull off a fourth win? Check out Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets for their match-up against the Carolina Panthers, just $46 to get in!
11/19/13- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers trounced the Atlanta Falcons, 41-28, in perhaps their best game of the season. With back to back victories, the Bucs have moved to 2-8 on the season, with the help of Mike Glennon and breakout 3rd string running back, Bobby Rainey, who had 30 carries for 163 yards and three touchdowns. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are pitted against the rough and tumble Detroit Lions in hostile territory next week—tickets start at $43 and average at $108.
11/12/13 - Winless no more! The Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are two teams to have seen their fair share of scandal this year, from Richie Incognito to Josh Freeman, but when both Florida teams laid it all out for Monday Night football, it was the Buccaneers who came away victorious. With Revis Island in full force and Mike Glennon steering the ship, pirate cannons were booming across Raymond James Stadium, as the squad finally trumped adversity and held off the Dolphins’ rally to give Coach Schiano his first win of the year—let’s hope it’s not Tampa Bay’s last! The Bucs host the Atlanta Falcons next, and tickets are the second lowest of the week, at $62 on average and $14 to get in.
11/5/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers nearly pulled off a miraculous victory over the Seattle Seahawks (the unanimous favorite) but were unable to hold onto the lead, and remain winless. The game ended in overtime, 24-27, as Russell Wilson rallied the ‘Hawks to victory despite a 21-point deficit while the Bucs all but collapsed under the pressure. On the up side, rookie Mike Glennon finished 17 of 23 with 2 TDs and no interceptions, with a 123.1 passer rating, breathing life into the 0-8 team. Next up, the squad is pitted against in-state rivals, the Miami Dolphins. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are $119 on average.
10/29/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will emerge from their short break to play the Seattle Seahawks—not a team anyone wants to face when looking for a win—especially when that victory would be the first of the year. With each passing game, and a recent blowout loss to the Carolina Panthers on Thursday (31-13), talk is mounting of Greg Schiano losing both the locker room and his job. Not all is lost, however, as rookie Mike Glennon is showing more confidence with each game; he’s made 181 pass attempts in his first four games, which is the most in NFL history. The Bucs will take the show on the road for Week 9, into intimidating territory, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are $28 to get in and $213 on average.
10/22/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were defeated by the Atlanta Falcons, 23-31 at the Georgia Dome on Sunday, dropping their sinking record to 0-6. Although the Bucs were competitive in the game, they were unable to take full control, and came up short in the fourth quarter, kicking a field goal with five minutes left when perhaps a more aggressive move by coach Schiano would have better suited the dire situation. As was the trend for Week 7, running back Doug Martin will be out for the season form a torn labrum in his shoulder, incurred when Falcons safety William Moore rammed into him at the 1-yard line. There is reason for optimism and potential in young rookie quarterback Mike Glennon, who had a good game on Sunday, despite having trouble with the deep ball. The Buccaneers are set to play the Carolina Panthers and a hot Cam Newton in Week 8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are the second lowest average ticket of the week at $69.
10/16/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered yet another defeat on their winless season, falling 20-31 against the Philadelphia Eagles. This game in particular comes as a heartbreaking loss, as the Bucs were leading the score in the first half of the game and quarterback Mike Glennon showed some improvements, completing 26-43 passes for 273 yards and 2 touchdowns. Now Buccaneers manager Mark Dominik will be open to an investigation for the Josh Freeman substance-abuse leak to show that there is integrity within the organization and among coaching staff and players. Tampa Bay will be visiting the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome next Sunday, for Mike Glennon’s first away game. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are just $15 to get in—the third cheapest of Week 7.
10/8/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 0-4 heading into Week 6. During their bye week, they released former quarterback Josh Freeman who wound up in Minnesota with the Vikings and the Bucs will continue to start Mike Glennon. Colossal cornerback Darrelle Revis will try to maintain his hold on the Eagles’ speedy DeSean Jackson, and the team will look to gain their first win when they host the Michael Vick-less Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets are predictably the lowest priced seats of the week, averaging $104.
10/1/13 - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are one of four teams struck by the dreaded 0-4 start. The Bucs lost to the Arizona Cardinals 13-10 on Sunday, but most recent news about the Buccaneers surrounds quarterback Josh Freeman—demoted by head coach Greg Schiano, who has been shopping him around with reportedly mild interest from 1/3 of the teams in the NFL. Interest in Freeman is undoubtedly even more minimal after his confidential participation in the NFL’s Stage 1 drug program was leaked to the public. The quarterback is now requesting a release from the Buccaneers that will allow him to receive the rest of his salary and choose his own team to move on to next. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting Mike Glennon, who is showing signs of potential, scoring his first career touchdown in the first quarter against The Cardinals. Their defense, starring Darrelle Revis, has consistently been on point, allowing only 5 touchdowns through four games. For now, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are entering their bye week but will be back to play the Philadelphia Eagles in Florida in Week 6.
9/25/13 - After a humbling defeat by the Patriots on Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are another team who have maintained the dreaded 0-3 losing streak. Quarterback Josh Freeman was benched on Wednesday in favor of rookie Mike Glennon, and now talk of him being traded is surfacing. There are other problems on the team, with receivers Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams’ lackluster performances, the Buccaneers are ranked 31st in scoring (11), passing (174) and total yards (282) per game. Head coach Greg Schiano is hoping this change in the pocket will provide fresh and moral boosting energy that is much needed if they want to entertain thoughts of turning their season around, or defeat the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday. The Buccaneers will have home field advantage in Tampa for Week 4; tickets are a low $14 to get in.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2014 Season
The Bucs open the regular-season at home against rivals Carolina (avg. $257) . In fact, Tampa Bay will play three division foes within the first five weeks including a Week 3 Thursday Night Football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 3. The road game will be a test for the revamped defense as will the Saints in Week 5. By the time the Buccaneers enter their bye week (Week 7), fans will have a pretty good idea how their team will finish in the division. Perhaps the most memorable game on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers schedule will be played November 23 in Chicago for Lovie Smith’s homecoming. The former Bears’ head coach will undoubtedly have his team prepared for this cold-weather meeting! Arguably the toughest part of the Bucs schedule comes in the last two games played at Raymond James Stadium versus Green Bay and New Orleans. Grab your Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets today and see for yourself just how much the many offseason moves have helped the squad!
With one of the youngest teams in the NFL, the Buccaneers look to improve on their 7-9 record from last season and challenge for an NFL Playoffs spot in 2013 under second-year head coach Greg Schiano. The Bucs are led on offense by fifth-year quarterback Josh Freeman and second-year standout running back Doug Martin. After spending his entire 15-year career in Tampa Bay, future Hall-of-Fame safety Ronde Barber retired from football following last season. Replacing him as a leader on defense will be All-Pro corner Darrelle Revis, who was acquired from the New York Jets. Revis will return to New York to face his former team to open the 2013 season.
Average price for regular season Bucs tickets at home is $175, 7% below league average and 20th highest in the league. The home opener in Week 2 against the division rival New Orleans Saints has an average Saints vs. Bucs tickets price of $164. The most expensive game at Raymond James Stadium comes in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals, with an average price of $219. Averaging $176, the Week 14 game against the Buffalo Bills is the least expensive. The Bucs take on the defending NFC South Champion Atlanta Falcons in Week 11. The average Falcons vs. Bucs tickets price of $177 is 48% higher than their Week 7 game in Atlanta. The Bucs also take on defending the NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers in Week 15, with an average 49ers vs. Bucs tickets price of $176.