Tampa Bay Buccaneers

4th NFC South (0-2-0)

Founded: 1976

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium

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Pick Player
Rd 1, Pick 7 (7) Evans, Mike WR 
Rd 2, Pick 6 (38) Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TE 
Rd 3, Pick 5 (69) Sims, Charles RB 
Rd 5, Pick 3 (143) Edwards, Kadeem OG 
Rd 5, Pick 9 (149) Pamphile, Kevin OT 
Rd 6, Pick 9 (185) Herron, Robert WR 
Scoreboard more
Raymond James Stadium - Wk 2 1 2 3 4 T
St. Louis Rams 7 3 3 6 19
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 0 7 3 17
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Wk Date Opponent Time
1 Sun, Sep 07 Carolina 14-20   L
2 Sun, Sep 14 St. Louis 17-19   L
3 Thu, Sep 18 @ Atlanta 8:25 PM ET
4 Sun, Sep 28 @ Pittsburgh 1:00 PM ET
5 Sun, Oct 05 @ New Orleans 1:00 PM ET
6 Sun, Oct 12 Baltimore 1:00 PM ET
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Player (Pos) Injury
Da'Quan Bowers (DE) Q - Abdomen
Adrian Clayborn (DE) O - Elbow
Demar Dotson (T) P - Hamstring
William Gholston (DE) Q - Shoulder
Regular Season Leaders more
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Josh McCown 56 38 362 2
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Bobby Rainey 26 156 6 0
Jorvorskie Lane 1 54 54 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Vincent Jackson 8 87 10.9 0
Mike Evans 9 86 9.6 0
Brandon Myers 8 74 9.3 0
Bobby Rainey 5 38 7.6 1
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Date Transaction
9/12 Scott Solomon (LB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
9/12 Adrian Clayborn (DE) Reserve/Injured (reserve/injured).
9/10 Crezdon Butler (CB) Free Agent Signing (free agent signing).
9/10 Mike Jenkins (CB) Reserve/Injured (reserve/injured).
NFC South more
Team W L T Win %
Carolina 2 0 0 1.000
Atlanta 1 1 0 .500
New Orleans 0 2 0 .000
Tampa Bay 0 2 0 .000

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Lovie Smith

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Lovie Smith was named head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for his 31st year of coaching, after having spent nine seasons as the head coach of the Chicago Bears (2004-12). While with the Bears, Smith amassed a record of 81-63 (.563 win pct.), including three division titles, two NFC Championship Game appearances (2006 and 2010) and a berth in Super Bowl XLI. The AP Coach of the Year in 2005, Smith becomes one of only eight active NFL head coaches with at least 80 victories, and his 81 wins with Chicago are the third-most in Bears history.

Under Smith’s guidance, the Bears defense was one of the best in the NFL, allowing the third-lowest opponent passer rating, the fourth-fewest points per game, the fifth-fewest passing touchdowns and recording the second-most interceptions in the league during that time. Throughout his tenure, Chicago also enjoyed some of its best offensive success in team history, recording the third-most points in franchise history (427) during the 2006 Super Bowl campaign. In 2009, quarterback Jay Cutler set franchise records in completions (336) and attempts (555), while his 3,666 passing yards were the second -most in franchise history. In Smith's final season, the Bears boasted an offensive attack comprised of a 3,000-yard passer, a 1,000-yard rusher and a 1,000-yard receiver for only the second time in team history.

Before taking over as Chicago's head coach, Smith spent three seasons with the St. Louis Rams as the assistant head coach/defensive coordinator (2003) and defensive coordinator (2001-02). Prior to his time in St. Louis, Smith spent four seasons tutoring linebackers in Tampa Bay as part of Tony Dungy's coaching staff, helping to create one of the league’s most dominant defenses of the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Smith spent his first 14 years as a collegiate coach, working at Tulsa (1983-86), Wisconsin (1987), Arizona State (1988-91), Kentucky (1992), Tennessee (1993-94) and Ohio State (1995).

Smith and his wife, MaryAnne, are the proud parents of three children: Mikal, Matthew and Miles. A native of Big Sandy, Texas, Smith led the Big Sandy Wildcats to three consecutive state championships in high school and was all-state as a defensive end and linebacker. He went on to play collegiately at the University of Tulsa and was a two-time All-American and three-time All-Missouri Conference selection.

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