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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were very inconsistent last season. At times they looked a playoff team and other times they looked like they didn’t belong on the same field as their competitors. Head coach Greg Schiano didn’t make too many friends in his first season but he seemed unphased by that. The Bucs are led by quarterback Josh Freeman who is still trying to prove that he has the talent to be an NFL starter. On the other hand, running back Doug Martin proved that he is a legitimate threat to break one for a score every time he’s handed the ball. Combine a strong ground game with the always stingy Bucs defense and you’ve got a recipe for what appears to be a lot of wins this season. See if they’re are ready to take home the NFC South division crown by ordering your Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets today!
If the Bucs are going to make it back to the playoffs this year, it will likely be because of their strong defense and great running attack. When you take a look at their schedule the NFL did the Bucs no favors. In addition to their difficult divisional games, Tampa also has road games in new England and Seattle. At home the Buccaneers will play the Eagles, Bills, and 49ers. Schiano will have to prove that he can tangle with the juggernauts of the NFL this season. The NFC South is perhaps the most interesting division in football, as each team has their strengths and some questions about this season. The division title is there for the taking, so make sure you are there with Tampa Bay Bucs football tickets to watch this team make a run at it.
After a great season in ’10 when Freeman threw for 25 touchdowns and just six interceptions, he took a step backward in ‘11 with 16 TDs and 22 picks. He rebounded last year to throw for 27 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. It will be interesting to see if Freeman can continue that torrid pace this season. If so, the Buccaneers might be serious Super Bowl contenders. If you want to be there to see it, then now is the time to get your Tampa Bay Buccaneers football tickets.