Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets
With a much improved defense, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans should see the 2016 season start out with a bunch of wins. Add to the mix 2nd year QB Jameis Winston and stud receivers Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans, and the Bucs have a winning combination for getting to the NFL playoffs this season. Raymond James Stadium is one of the best venues for NFL football, so claim your seats today for Bucs home games! Choose Razorgator for great prices on Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets every time!
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers just can’t stop winning. After exciting upset victories over the Chiefs and Seahawks, the Bucs hosted the New Orleans Saints on December 11 in a game Tampa Bay needed to win to stay ahead in the NFC South. While Jameis Winston & Company didn’t put up very many points in the game, the defense kept Drew Brees from throwing a touchdown while picking off the Saints quarterback three times. At this stage of the season the Buccaneers control their own destiny, and a win against the Panthers on January 1 could help the team secure a home playoff game. Tickets for the Carolina matchup are still available and start as low as $51.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers rattled off a second-straight upset win against the Seattle Seahawks on November 27. After beating the Chiefs the week prior, The Bucs defense held Russell Wilson and the Seahawks to just five points en route to a 14-5 victory. Jameis Winston and Mike Evans continue to look like one of the best tandems in the league, as the quarterback and wide receiver duo hooked up for two touchdowns and over 100 yards. Tampa Bay still has an outside shot of making the playoffs, and a home game against the Saints on December 11 could be make or break for both teams. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $44.
After losing two in a row, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are happy to add another win to their column following Sunday’s game against the Bears. Turnovers proved costly for Chicago, and four of the five came at the hands of quarterback Jay Cutler. Although the Bucs were given some trouble from the Bears defense, the 36-10 final score was reflective of how important protecting the ball can be. Tampa has a chance to even up their win-loss record this Sunday, Nov. 20. It will be a tall order, however, as they’ll have to do so in Kansas City against the Chiefs. Tickets for the game are on sale now starting at just $27!
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a huge win against the Carolina Panthers on October 10 and then another win the next week against the 49ers. However, since then, the Buccaneers have lost two games in a row, leaving them in a major slump. Last week they hit the field against the Atlanta Falcons who have been doing extremely well this season. The Falcons seamless performance continued against the Buccaneers on Sunday night, which led the Falcons to the 43-28 victory. Help the Buccaneers get out of this losing slump, when you purchase tickets to cheer them on against the Chicago Bears on November 13. Tickets are still available, so don’t wait a minute longer.
Halloween was an interesting night for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and not because of crazy costumes or a sugar rush from all the candy. Facing the 6-2 Raiders, many thought the Bucs had a fighting chance to get their fourth win of the season and tie up their win-loss record, especially since they were playing at home. Oakland gifted Tampa Bay 200 yards in accepted penalties, but still managed to outpace them offensively by over 350 yards. The 30-24 loss for the Bucs pushes them down four spots to No. 25 in the rankings. They’ll need to get it together before Week 9’s game against the No. 5 Atlanta Falcons, which happens this Thursday, Nov. 3, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. Tickets start at $55.
Finally, things may be starting to look up for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs, who had recently lost three games in a row, have now added two consecutive wins to their 2016 - 2017 season resume. Never mind that those wins came against a Cam Newton-less Carolina Panthers or debilitated San Francisco 49ers team. Even so, perhaps now the Bucs have gained enough confidence to host a worthy contender on Sunday, October 30, in the form of the Oakland Raiders. Be there to find out if Jameis Winston and the rest of Tampa Bay have what it takes to defeat a 5 - 1 team. Tickets are $28 and up.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a bye week during which they could celebrate their win against the Panthers and prepare to play the 49ers on October 23. They will have to do so without receiver Vincent Jackson, who has been moved to the injured reserve list due to a torn ACL knee. This happened during the game against the Panthers. He joins several other players, including Charles Sims and Doug Martin. Louis Murphy will hopefully be back in a few weeks, but remains on the list. The Buccaneers are hopeful that they will manage to get another win when they play the 49res. You can still get tickets for the game in San Francisco for prices starting at $31.
The Tennessee Titans added another victory to bring their record to 2-3 when they beat the Dolphins 30-17 on October 9. Marcus Mariota had a strong game, completing 20 of 29 passes for a total of 163 yards. He also had a hand in four touchdowns, three of which were passing and one was rushing. He had no interceptions, which was a nice change after throwing several the previous two weeks. DeMarco Murray had an impressive 121 rushing yards. The defense did well, sacking the Dolphins' quarterback a total of six times, which was double the total of the season. The Titans come home for a string of three games, starting with the Browns on the 16th. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $48.
It was a huge win for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and now the team is spending their bye week reviewing tapes and taking a much-needed break. With a defensive line that has been plagued by injuries, the Bucs had to depended on younger, less experienced players to defend against the Carolina Panthers Monday night. Coach Dirk Koetter was pleased with how his team has come through the difficulty of having a long list of injured players. Tampa Bay will take the week off to rest and recover, but will be back on the field Sunday, Oct. 23, against San Francisco. The next week they’ll play at home against the Raiders. Tickets for home and away games are on sale now!
One of the most epic concerts that is hitting the US this fall is the Temple of the Dog. The union of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden is something that you definitely don’t want to miss. Not only are Chris Cornell, Jeff Ament and Mike McCready all ready to storm the stage and wow crowds, but there has been talk of the group going to the studio after the tour to makes some new material. Both McCready and Cornell have told two different sources that there is always a chance of something like this occurring. In the meantime, get your tickets today to see the classic rock band in the flesh.
It’s been quite a while since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been able to topple the Carolina Panthers, but it’s a fairly even race heading into Week 5’s matchup. Although the Bucs are just 1-3, the Panthers are also struggling and are unsure whether star quarterback Cam Newton will even be able to play. Both teams look to turn things around this Monday, Oct. 10, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kickoff is at 8:30 P.M., so don’t be late—get your tickets for the game now! We have a great selection of seats available in your budget. Prices for upper corner tickets start at $43, or you can get upper level end zone seats for $49 and up.
The Tampa Bay Buccaners just cannot seem to get any steam going after their win over the Falcons in the first game of the season. Now, the team is 1 - 2 after losing to the Los Angeles Rams 32 - 37 last weekend. The forecast isn’t much better this weekend, as the Bucs will be hosting the Denver Broncos on Sunday, October 2. Even though the Broncos are without star quarterback Peyton Manning, their defense is still one of the toughest in the league. Come cheer on the home team as they attempt to get their season back on track. Tickets are available for prices as low as $33.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a typical performance out of quarterback Jameis Winston in Sunday night’s 31-24 victory over the Falcons. After getting things off to a sluggish start, which included an interception that led to an Atlanta touchdown, Winston made some big plays and pulled through for his team. “It’s not always pretty. But that guy, he has a unique ability,” said Dirk Koetter of Winston, who threw for 281 yards and four touchdown passes. Tampa Bay faces their next opponents on the road this Sunday, Sept. 18. Don’t miss a single down or snap when the Buccaneers face off against the Arizona Cardinals. Tickets are on sale now starting at $17.
If Jameis Winston has learned anything from watching his predecessors, he knows that the sophomore slump can be a real problem for NFL quarterbacks. However, based on his performance during the preseason, it looks like the second-year star has been doing his homework and is prepared for the 2016 season. It certainly helps to have receivers like Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson, and with Doug Martin in the backfield, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an offense that can go toe-to-toe with just about any team in the league. Winston will face a tough defense in the team’s first home game as the Los Angeles Rams come to town on September 25. Tickets start at just $50.
A lot of analysts have pegged the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as one of the teams to watch in 2016, and the club’s success in the preseason shows that there might be something to that talk. Jameis Winston is doing everything in his power to silence his critics, and his recent two-touchdown, 259-yard effort in the team’s win over the Cleveland Browns certainly helped the young quarterback’s case. The team has stars at every position and an experienced and respected head coach, so there’s no reason for the Bucs to be considered anything less than a contender. Tampa Bay’s first home game will be against the Los Angeles Rams on September 25, with tickets starting at $44.
If you’ve been following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this training season, chances are that Noah Spence has caught your attention a time or two. The rookie defenseman has had a number of chances to show off his moves during this week’s joint practices with the Jaguars. His pass rushing and ability to evade offensive tackles have been some of the best seen on the field this week during camp. He and the rest of the defensive team will have their work cut out this Saturday, Aug. 20, as they face Jacksonville in the second week of preseason play. Kickoff is at 7:30 PM at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida, and we have tickets on sale now starting at $19.
As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head into the 2016 season, most eyes are on Jameis Winston to see how the rising star will perform in his sophomore campaign. The young quarterback looked good in his quarter of play against the Eagles on August 11, completing seven of nine passes with a touchdown and no interceptions. Bucs fans are excited to see how this team will develop with a talented group of receivers and an offensive line that seems to be working well together. Tampa Bay will close out the preseason with two home games against the Cleveland Browns and the Washington Redskins. The Browns come to town on August 26, and tickets start as low as $25.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are spending the summer preparing for the 2016 season. This week, they have announced that their stadium will continue to be the Raymond James Stadium for another 12 years after renewing the naming rights agreement. The stadium has been under that name since it opened in 1998 and will continue until at least 2027. The team is getting in shape this summer, and quarterback Jameis Winston has lost eighteen pounds over the offseason to help his game. After working with a trainer, he determined that overcoming his potato chip addiction would be the key. Fans can already get tickets to see the Buccaneers when the 2016 season kicks off this fall. Prices start at $16.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Matchups
Buccaneers vs Panthers Tickets
Buccaneers fans consider the Panthers one of their greatest rivals and with good reason: there have been some absolutely brutal games played between these two NFC South teams. Having played each other twice a year since 2002 these teams have played games that have ended careers, none more famous than Kavika Pittman’s career-ending knee injury in 2003. While the Panthers have enjoyed the edge lately in this matchup only one of these teams has a championship, a Tampa Bay victory in 2002. Buccaneers fans know that in order for Jameis Winston to lead them to success they’ll need to win versus the Panthers at Raymond James Stadium on New Year’s Day.
Buccaneers vs Saints Tickets
Buccaneers vs Saints is an intense geographic rivalry nestles in the surrounding edges of the Gulf of Mexico. First meeting for play in 1967 these two teams have played each other an incredible 47 times, and Bucs fans know that they have an uphill battle in terms of leveling the all-time wins record. Furthermore, Bucs fans are aware of the fact that both teams have similar stats when it comes to on-the-field accomplishment. Both teams have an NFL championship, a conference championship, and a combined 11 division titles between them. If the Buccaneers are to coalesce their success behind Jameis Winston they know they’ll need to be tough to beat when the Saints come to Raymond James Stadium on December 11th.
Buccaneers vs Falcons Tickets
Buccaneers vs Falcons is a divisional matchup remarkable for the even record these two teams have with another. The Buccaneers have a 23-22 record over the years and fans know that it will take a strong effort from the Bucs to put some distance in the books. Historically the Buccaneers dominated the rivalry early, however, since the Bucs NFL championship it appears the Falcons have pulled even in recent years. Bucs fans know that if they can make a serious run at the division they’ll need to repeat last year’s sweep of the Falcons. Jameis Winston and his teammates will need to ensure that they’re ready this year as they’ll play host to the Falcons at Raymond James Stadium on December 11th.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Tampa Bay Buccaneers schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||@ Atlanta||1:00 PM FOX|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||@ Arizona||4:05 PM FOX|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||vs Los Angeles||4:05 PM FOX|
|4||Sun, Oct 2||vs Denver||4:05 PM CBS|
|5||Mon, Oct 10||@ Carolina||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|6||BYE WEEK|| || |
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ San Francisco||4:05 PM FOX|
|8||Sun, Oct 30||vs Oakland||1:00 PM CBS|
|9||Thu, Nov 3||vs Atlanta||8:25 PM NFL|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||vs Chicago||1:00 PM FOX|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||@ Kansas City||1:00 PM FOX|
|12||Sun, Nov 27||vs Seattle||4:05 PM FOX|
|13||Sun, Dec 4||@ San Diego||4:25 PM FOX|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||vs New Orleans||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||@ Dallas||1:00 PM FOX|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||@ New Orleans||1:00 PM FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs Carolina||1:00 PM FOX|