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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were given the 27th franchise of the National Football League and it was awarded in 1974. The first pro American football game of the franchise was done on 1976. The first owner of the franchise, Hugh Culverhouse first hired college football coach John McKay and he steered the building process of the franchise to early successes.
One of the ugliest facts about the team was their 26 losing game streak; this is a record in the league starting from their maiden season and continued in the next season; 14 games in 1976 and 12 games in 1977. Their first win in the league came in December 1977 when they defeated the New Orleans Saints. It just took two years for the Bucs to turn things around, and in 1979 they reached the playoffs and became the NFC Central division titleholder. They advanced to the NFC conference championship game, but lost to the LA Rams. The Bucs, at this point in time, gained success due to their defensive efforts thanks to DE and Pro Hall of Famer Lee Roy Selmon. Another divisional title came in 1981 and playoff appearance as well as in 1982. It took 15 years for the Bucs to reach the playoffs after 1982. From 1997 to 2002, the Bucs reached the playoff five times in six seasons and their best season came in 2002 when they advance to the Super Bowl XXXVII and won against Oakland Raiders. They last reached the playoffs in 2007.
Currently, the Bucs are playing their home games at the Raymond Jones Stadium. This stadium is one of the best in the league especially according to the NFL Players Association members. Many of the league insiders call this stadium as NFL’s “crown jewel”. The name of the stadium is from Raymond James Financial, Inc. Before the Bucs played in this stadium, they played at the Tampa Stadium from 1976 to 1997. They began playing at the Raymond Jones Stadium in 1998, and the first home game of the Bucs in this new stadium was a win against the Chicago Bears, a come from behind win. This venue hosted the 2001 Super Bowl, the Super Bowl XXXV where the Baltimore Ravens won against the New York Giants. It last hosted the Super Bowl in 2009, the Super Bowl XLIII where the Pittsburgh Steelers won against the Arizona Cardinals. One of the best features of this stadium is the backdrop that was created by the same company producing the props for the Walt Disney – this backdrop is a pirate ship harbored in the Buccaneer Cove and it will come to life every TD/score of the Bucs.