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2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers ticket info

Change is in the wind with Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets. After a 4-12 season that has to be expected in the NFL. The first order of business was a new Head Coach and the Buccaneers got a proven winner with Lovie Smith. Smith spent nine seasons with the Chicago Bears, coaching the team to two NFC Championship appearances and a Super Bowl. With his ability to relate to his players, Lovie Smith was the perfect choice to reassemble a franchise that was coming apart at the seams. Buccaneers ticket sales took a huge leap with the announcement of Smith’s hiring.

 The Buccaneers have quickly taken on the persona of a Lovie Smith team. They have also shed some baggage from the last regime. One of the first to go was Darrelle Revis, the highly touted cornerback the Bucs signed a season ago. Smith, never one to put up with media darlings and non-performers, released Revis and signed Alterraun Verner, a solid player and one who fits well in the defensive scheme. Tampa Bay continued the changes with the inking of Defensive End Michael Johnson, a pass rushing specialist who will complement Gerald McCoy quite nicely.

 With quarterbacking an issue, the Buccaneers turned to veteran Josh McCown, a move that reflects the conservative and fundamental nature of the new regime. McCown has had limited NFL success but Smith watched him replace Jay Cutler last season and do well. He obviously feels McCown deserves the chance to start with a new team. One thing McCown will have is a bevy of big targets. The Buccaneers already had Vincent Jackson (6’ 5”), and used the draft to bring in Mike Evans (6’ 4”), and Tight End Austin Seferian-Jenkins (6’ 5”). Needless to say, Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans are looking forward to watching this trio at work.

 Can Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets deliver a winning season in 2014? There’s a good chance they can but the Bucs will have to be hitting on all cylinders. The NFC South is loaded with talent. The Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints are both playoff teams. The Atlanta Falcons are only a year away from a 13-3 season and a #1 seed. Recent history tells us though, that the NFC South is a topsy-turvy division and every season it’s anyone’s game. The 2014 season could the season for Buccaneers tickets to take their turn at the top.

Tampa Buccaneers tickets reward fans with an invitation to Revis Island. They’ll almost certainly enjoy their stay. The same can’t be said for wide receivers who find themselves locked down on the Island.

The NFL’s premier corner back, Darrelle Revis will be teeing it up at Raymond James Stadium this season. The Buccaneers snatched up the former New York Jets corner back this off season, bolstering a young secondary that has the potential to be one the league’s best.

Revis is the definition of a shut-down corner. He’s capable of eliminating even the game’s best wide outs and has fueled a wave of optimism surrounding 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets.

Are the Bucs this year’s surprise team? There are plenty of indications that point in that direction. But Coach Greg Schiano knows his second season on the sidelines of Raymond James Stadium teeters on the performance of his young quarterback, Josh Freeman.

At times, Freeman has looked like one of the best young signal-callers in the game. Other times, he’s looked like he’s still a few years away from his best season. Maybe the 2013 campaign will be Freeman’s most consistent. If that happens, look out for the Bucs to shock football fans from the East Coast to the West Coast with a playoff run.

But it won’t be easy. The Bucs must contend with one of the most difficult divisions in the game, the NFC South. The New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons have Super Bowl aspirations, and the Carolina Panthers are a wild card, with the game-changing Cam Newton at the helm of an offense that can put up points in bunches.

Big Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets include: at New York Jets, Sept. 8, at New England Patriots, Sept. 22, at Seattle Seahawks, Nov. 3 and a mid-December home game against Super Bowl-favorite, the San Francisco 49ers. That game certainly will have playoff implications.

It’s hard to get a good read on what to expect out of Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets this season. But one thing is for sure – The addition of Revis is one of the most intriguing storylines of the year.

Come check out how this young team develops at beautiful Raymond James Stadium. Come take a visit to Revis Island. Do it with 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets from ABCTickets.com


Tampa bay Buccaneers ticket info 2010-2011

The verdict is in – 2010 Tampa Bay Bucs tickets are once again a hot commodity around the NFL. The return of the Buccaneers tickets to prominence means Raymond James Stadium will be the place to be on Sunday afternoons in Tampa. So forget the beach; instead invest in 2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets from ABCTickets.com. You won’t regret, and here’s why:


1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets possess star power: A look at the Buccaneers’ roster shows plenty of talent to make a run in the watered-down NFC South. Quarterback Josh Freeman enters his second year in the NFL with a better understanding of what it takes to be a signal-caller on Sundays. He’ll be flanked by a solid running back unit, featuring Cadillac Williams. He’ll also have standout pass catchers Kellen Winslow and Antonio Bryant at his disposal.

2. Big-boy defensive line: The Bucs spent their first two picks in this year’s NFL Draft on big, burly defensive tackles. They took Oklahoma star Gerald McCoy with the third pick in the first round and followed it up by selecting Bryan Price out of UCLA

3. Potential superstar: While McCoy and Price will garner the most attention from Buccaneers ticket holders, Tampa Bay’s third-round pick, Illinois wide receiver Arrelious Benn, might have the most upside. Keep an eye on this athletic phenom and see if he develops into big-time playmaker.

4: Big games equal big demand for Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets.
The Bucs open at home at Raymond James Stadium against the pesky Cleveland Browns. Other prominent home games include the World Champion New Orleans Saints visit on Oct. 17, the Pittsburgh Steelers tilt on Sept. 26 and a visit from the Seattle Seahawks on Dec. 26.

As you can tell, 2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets have a chance to produce a special season this year. The pieces are all in place. All that is missing is you. So get your stuff together, click on over to ABCTickets.com and reserve your 2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets today.

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2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets

Hopes are high over Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets as the team prepares to defend their NFC South title in 2008. The Bucs came a long way in returning the division championship to Raymond James Stadium, rebounding from a string of losing seasons to finish above .500. Gruden has done an admirable job, bringing in new talent on defense while continually struggling with quarterback issues. Now riding a wave of popularity, it may be time for Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets to surf to the top of the NFL again.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets

Tampa Buccaneers tickets reward fans with an invitation to Revis Island. They’ll almost certainly enjoy their stay. The same can’t be said for wide receivers who find themselves locked down on the Island.

The NFL’s premier corner back, Darrelle Revis will be teeing it up at Raymond James Stadium this season. The Buccaneers snatched up the former New York Jets corner back this off season, bolstering a young secondary that has the potential to be one the league’s best.

Revis is the definition of a shut-down corner. He’s capable of eliminating even the game’s best wide outs and has fueled a wave of optimism surrounding 2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets.

Are the Bucs this year’s surprise team? There are plenty of indications that point in that direction. But Coach Greg Schiano knows his second season on the sidelines of Raymond James Stadium teeters on the performance of his young quarterback, Josh Freeman.

At times, Freeman has looked like one of the best young signal-callers in the game. Other times, he’s looked like he’s still a few years away from his best season. Maybe the 2013 campaign will be Freeman’s most consistent. If that happens, look out for the Bucs to shock football fans from the East Coast to the West Coast with a playoff run.

But it won’t be easy. The Bucs must contend with one of the most difficult divisions in the game, the NFC South. The New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons have Super Bowl aspirations, and the Carolina Panthers are a wild card, with the game-changing Cam Newton at the helm of an offense that can put up points in bunches.

Big Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets include: at New York Jets, Sept. 8, at New England Patriots, Sept. 22, at Seattle Seahawks, Nov. 3 and a mid-December home game against Super Bowl-favorite, the San Francisco 49ers. That game certainly will have playoff implications.

 

 

The Revenge of Jon Gruden and Buccaneers Tickets

Taking over from Tony Dungy, it seemed like Jon Gruden was dealt a pat hand. Maybe he was. Gruden made incremental changes, tapped into an opportunistic defense, and won a Super Bowl in his first season as the Buccaneers coach. Bucs fans loved their new coach. Critics just said Gruden was riding the back of a monster created by Dungy. That attitude seemed to be credible as Tampa Bay came back from an NFL Championship and seemed to crumble from the outset. In truth, Gruden was left with a still capable but aging defense and an offense devoid of any real game breakers. As time and injuries took their toll, the Bucs’ fortunes declined even further.

But fans with Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets got a dose of a real Jon Gruden team in 2007. The defense was replenished with younger players, giving Tampa Bay more speed and power. That came in handy when the Bucs swept a high scoring Saints team, part of a 5-1 NFC South record. To help ease his QB problems, Gruden brought in Jeff Garcia, fresh off a playoff season with the Eagles. The move paid off with the Bucs making the playoffs where they had the misfortune to run into the eventual Super Bowl Champion New York Giants. As fans line up for 2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets, Garcia looks like a lock to begin the season as the Bucs starting quarterback. With a full training camp and a year under his belt, Garcia should once again be leading the Bucs into playoff territory.

2007 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets – Gruden’s Revenge

1) The Pursuit - More than anything Jon Gruden wants to give Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets back the prestige they once had. After winning a Super Bowl the Buccaneers sank back into the tar pits of NFL mediocrity. But Gruden has had enough time now to rebuild his team and Tampa Bay should make some waves in the NFC South.
2) The Defense – After struggling along for years with the remnants of an aging Tony Dungy defense, the Buccaneers have started to rebuild. Via the NFL Draft, Tampa Bay landed Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams, Oregon State safety Sabby Piscatelli, and outside linebacker Quincy Black of New Mexico.
3) Ryan Sims – To go along with the rookies, Buccaneers tickets also present Ryan Sims, defensive tackle from the Kansas City Chiefs. Sims will play a major role in improving the Bucs run defense.
4) The Quarterbacks – You can’t say Chris Simms isn’t tough. Returning to a game after rupturing his spleen is proof enough. But is Simms the answer at QB for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Maybe. But then again, Jon Gruden signed Jeff Garcia away from the Eagles. Gruden loves a veteran quarterback and Garcia proved last season that he’s still got the fire. The competition at QB will spark some controversy to go with your Tampa bay Buccaneers tickets.
5) The Cadillac – Carnell “Cadillac” Williams suffered through the sophomore jinx in 2006. That’s over. With the Buccaneers new emphasis on the running game Williams will improve on his 2006 numbers.
6) Joey Galloway – No doubt that Galloway’s numbers suffered in 2006 as the Bucs went to battle with Bruce Gradkowski under center. With either Simms or Garcia under center you can expect over 1,000 yards and double digit TD’s from Galloway.
7) A Raging Jon Gruden – Regardless of his team’s performance you can expect some Kodak moments with Jon Gruden. From the pre-game warm-up to the post-game interview, nobody can match Gruden for temper. Seeing him live on the field is worth picking up a few Tampa bay Buccaneers tickets.
8) The Competition- Playing in the NFC South means the Bucs won’t have an easy road to the NFL Playoffs. The Carolina Panthers should be markedly improved, the Atlanta Falcons are operating under new Head Coach Bobby Petrino, and the New Orleans Saints narrowly missed out on their first Super Bowl appearance in 2006. All will visit Raymond James Stadium.
9) Raymond James Stadium – They shoot cannons when the Bucs score. The crowd goes into a frenzy. Enough said.
10) Tampa Bay Remembers the Super Bowl – When all is said and done, Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets have delivered a Super Bowl to the fans of the Bucs. That’s a huge advantage in the chase for another title.

THIS WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-11) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-11) VS. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (8-7) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have struggled against adversity all season long. The loss of QB Chris Simms early in the season backed the Bucs up against the wall and pinned their hopes on rookie QB Bruce Gradkowski. It’s been an uphill battle ever since. But things are looking up. They took the NFC-leading Bears into overtime two weeks ago and put the hurt on the Cleveland Browns last week. Now, they look to take the wind out of the Seahawks sails and send them into the playoff coming off yet another loss.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17, Seattle Seahawks 13
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Need a TE? Try Tampa Bay’s Alex Smith, who will be a great safety valve for Bruce Gradkowski.

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Get your Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets and come roll with the Cadillac. Carnell Williams, Tampa Bay's top pick in 2004, lived up to his billing and made an immediate impact in his NFL debut. The Bucs rode their rookie running back to an NFC South crown and returned to the NFL playoffs. Jon Gruden's young team will be looking for more in 2006.

The Buccaneers were the last NFC team to win the Super Bowl. In Gruden's first year in Tampa, the Bucs thrashed the favored Oakland Raiders 48-21 to win Super Bowl XXXVII. The cast of characters has changed drastically from the 2003 squad. Chris Simms has taken over the reigns at quarterback. The son of former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms, Chris Simms took over for injured starter Brian Griese early in the 2005 season. He promptly responded by going 8-5 as a starter. The former Texas Longhorn completed 61 percent of his passes and threw for more than 2,500 yards in only his third year in the NFL. Now a seasoned quarterback, Simms is poised for bigger and better things this year.

It doesn't hurt to have Williams in the backfield. A powerful, upright runner, Williams broke numerous rookie marks last season. Despite being slowed by injury and missing three games, Cadillac rushed for nearly 1,200 yards and six touchdowns. At Auburn, Williams played in the same backfield as current Miami Dolphin running back Ronnie Brown. The two rising NFL stars led the Tigers to an undefeated season in 2004. Gruden plans on riding the Cadillac all season and thinks the second-year running back is the Bucaneers' ticket back to the Super Bowl.

Perennial Pro Bowl linebacker Derrick Brooks is one of the few holdovers from the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers. The 12-year veteran just keeps going, gobbling up opposing quarterbacks along the way. He tied his season-high in sacks in 2005. He’ll be at it again this season, bolstering another tough Tampa Bay Buc defense that also features sack-machine Simeon Rice.

With a talented, but young offense, combined with a stingy, experienced defense, the Buccaneers are once again a threat to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Seats at Raymond James Stadium are always hot commodities. So pick up your Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets and roll with the Cadillac.



THIS PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-11) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-11) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-10) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

A battle of NFL powerhouses this is not, but the Bucs took the first place Chicago Bears into a nail-biter of an overtime game last week. The Bucs may be done this season, but they have the dedication and talent to make a run for next year. RB Cadillac Williams won't be shut down two seasons in a row, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be a force to contend with once again.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cleveland Browns 14, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Joey Galloway is a good start here.

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-10) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-10) AT CHICAGO BEARS (11-2 NOW) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Soldier Field

Can anyone stop the Bears? Certainly it won't be the Bucs, who visit Soldier Field this week to take on the NFC leaders. Tampa Bay's season went down with QB Chris Simms when he ruptured his spleen early in the year. Rookie Bruce Gradkowski has tried valiantly to right the sinking Buccaneers' ship, to no avail. This week he's tasked with going into Soldier Field in December and beating the #1 team in the NFC. The poor kid doesn't have a prayer.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3, Chicago Bears 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season: 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: This game is going to be a defensive battle. Give the Bucs defense a shot at catching some interceptions from Rex Grossman.

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-9) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-9) VS. ATLANTA FALCONS (6-6) TICKETS
1:00 pm, Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

The Buccaneers continue to struggle, but this week they may have a chance. Michael Vick and the Falcons are one of the most inconsistent and frustrating teams in the NFC. The secret to beating them is well known: contain Vick and make him beat you with his arm, rather than his feet. The Bucs have the defense to do just that, but the pressure will also be on QB Bruce Gradkowski to put up the points and win the game. The rookie QB has done well so far, so they just might pull out a win and end the Falcons' playoff hopes

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 24, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: The Falcons gave up 125 yards on the ground last week to Ladell Betts. Get Cadillac Williams into your lineup and reap the rewards.

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-8) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-8) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (4-7) TICKETS
4:15 pm, Sunday
Heinz Field

Two slumping teams face off when Tampa Bay travels to Pittsburgh to take on the defending Super Bowl champs. The Bucs are coming off a devastating loss on Thanksgiving Day, which may not have been great for morale, but at least they'll be well rested for Sunday. RB Cadillac Williams is starting to return to last year's outstanding form, and WR Joey Galloway is just as fast as he ever was. The Bucs are a better team than their record indicates, but it will take everything they've got to take down the faltering but dangerous Steelers.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10, Pittsburgh Steelers 6
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: The Steelers are still plagued by turnovers, so start the Tampa Bay defense. (Last week: WR Joey Galloway, 3 catches for 71 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-7) TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-7) AT DALLAS COWBOYS (6-4) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Thursday
Texas Stadium

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, coming off a narrow win over Washington, aren't going to be too thankful this Thursday as they head to Texas Stadium to take on the re-invigorated Cowboys in the traditional Thanksgiving Day game. The Cowboys may have their defense back, but the Bucs are not to be underestimated. Rookie quarterback Bruce Gradkowski has thrown for 92 TDs in his seven starts. Not too shabby for a replacement QB. The Bucs defense, while not the force it once was, is no slouch either. But it will take everything Tampa Bay has to knock off the Cowboys at home on Thanksgiving.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Joey Galloway's still got it. (Last week: Tampa Bay defense, 1 fumble, 2 sacks, 20 points allowed)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (2-6) AT CAROLINA PANTHERS (4-4) TICKETS
8:30 p.m., Monday
Bank of America Stadium

Both the Bucs and the Panthers are falling quickly behind in the NFC South. This is a must win game for both teams. The Buccaneers are tasked with going into Carolina and stopping Steve Smith, Jake Delhomme, and Julius Peppers. It's not going to be easy. The world will be watching on Monday Night Football. But their backs are up against the wall, they must win if they want any hope of seeing the post-season. And a team like that is dangerous. Rookie QB Brice Gradkowski has been a great stand-in for the injured Chris Simms, and the Tampa Bay defense is still to be respected. Remember that DB Ronde Barber still has more touchdowns than his twin brother RB Tiki Barber! Jake Delhomme had better watch out for the ball-hungry Tampa secondary, or he'll face the same fate that befell Donovan McNabb in the Bucs' win over the Eagles. McNabb hasn't looked the same since. This game could turn out to be an upset if the Panthers aren't prepared coming off their bye week. Whoever wins, the NFC South is always good for some great football.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Carolina Panthers 35, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Joey Galloway looked great last week. Give him another start. (Last week: Bruce Gradkowski, 18 of 31 for 185 yards, 2 TDs)

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TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (2-4) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (4-2) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

Bruce Gradkowski is the real deal.  Since he's been a Buccaneer starter, he's beaten two of the NFL's elite teams, the Eagles and Bengals, and gave the Saints a run for their money at home.  Gradkowski and the Bucs travel up north to take on Eli Manning and the Giants.   They just may have what it takes to beat New York at home.  Just look at what they've done in the past two weeks.  The Bucs have shown that they can hang with the NFL's best, and if you let them hang around, they can make you pay for it.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 21, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Keep riding RB Cadillac Williams.  (Last Week: Williams - 23 carries for 82 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (0-4) VS. CINCINNATI BENGALS (3-1) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

When your quarterback goes down with a ruptured spleen, and you’ve got an untested rookie behind center, you might be a little nervous. But maybe not if that rookie is Bruce Gradkowski. In his NFL debut, Gradkowski put up 225 yards and threw 2 touchdowns against the scrappy Saints defense, and almost won the game for the Buccaneers. The Bucs’ future is definitely looking up now that they know they have a reliable (although inexperienced) quarterback. Gradkowski will need everything he has this week, because he’ll surely be involved in a shoot-out with the high-flying Cincinnati Bengals. The Bucs will be at home, so the fans will give the struggling Bucs the support they need to put up a fight, but it may not be enough to take down the Bengals, who will be looking to avenge their loss to the Patriots two weeks ago.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Joey Galloway (Last Week: TE Alex Smith, 5 receptions, 16 yards, 1 TD)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (0-4) VS. CINCINNATI BENGALS (3-1) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Raymond James Stadium

When your quarterback goes down with a ruptured spleen, and you’ve got an untested rookie behind center, you might be a little nervous. But maybe not if that rookie is Bruce Gradkowski. In his NFL debut, Gradkowski put up 225 yards and threw 2 touchdowns against the scrappy Saints defense, and almost won the game for the Buccaneers. The Bucs’ future is definitely looking up now that they know they have a reliable (although inexperienced) quarterback. Gradkowski will need everything he has this week, because he’ll surely be involved in a shoot-out with the high-flying Cincinnati Bengals. The Bucs will be at home, so the fans will give the struggling Bucs the support they need to put up a fight, but it may not be enough to take down the Bengals, who will be looking to avenge their loss to the Patriots two weeks ago.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Cincinnati Bengals 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Joey Galloway (Last Week: TE Alex Smith, 5 receptions, 16 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S TAMPA BAY BUCCANNEERS TICKETS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
1 p.m., Sunday
Louisiana Superdome

After Chris Simms’ heroic performance against the Panthers, and his subsequent ruptured spleen, the Bucs have nothing to lose. Look for them to play like it this week as they head to the Superdome to take on the Saints. The rebuilt Superdome is a sight to behold, making a complete turnaround from a symbol of the Gulf Coast’s misery to a beacon of hope for future. Don’t miss out on your chance to be in the Dome this historic season.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New Orleans Saints 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Tampa Bay tight end Alex Smith will be the new quarterback’s safety valve. (Last Week: Tampa Bay bye)

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