In a video posted on Twitter by the Buccaneers’ official account, it appears the team has a new slogan — or at least marketing slogan — for the 2018 season: Wreak Havoc.

The Buccaneers’ Twitter page also updated their header photo to show the phrase Wreak Havoc, as well.

What do you all think? No more “Siege The Day”?

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nybuccguy
nybuccguy
3 years ago

Nothing can be worse than “Its a Bucs life” which turned into a comical reaction to the teams ineptitude.

AlexanderNascimento
AlexanderNascimento
3 years ago

Oh yeah!
So much better than siege the day!
And it goes with “Speak softly….”

e
e
3 years ago

Less catch phrase; more win.

pinkstob
pinkstob
Reply to  e
3 years ago

Agreed.

Schwifty9
Schwifty9
3 years ago

Good. Siege the the day was always stupid. A siege is literally a prolonged military action of surrounding an opponents encampment or fortress and waiting for them to run out of food/supplies. It doesn’t have anything to do with pirates let alone football.

Jim Herkel
Jim Herkel
3 years ago

Cautiously optimistic that we’ve significantly improved both lines. Using McCoy to represent “Wreak Havoc” is perfect. Hoping the team has finally surrounded this man with the appropriate talent to do just that.

Dman
Dman
3 years ago

How about, “Just Win!”

pinkstob
pinkstob
Reply to  Dman
3 years ago

I like it. How about “Super Bowl Champions!” There I go again, setting the bar too high around here…

Dman
Dman
Reply to  pinkstob
3 years ago

+1

surferdudes
3 years ago

Was grab em by the crutch taken?

Schwifty9
Schwifty9
Reply to  surferdudes
3 years ago

When you chose your username was “Ignorant Douche” already take?

EricNV
EricNV
Reply to  Schwifty9
3 years ago

+1

Mr. Incredible
Mr. Incredible
3 years ago

It reeks alright.

fredster
fredster
3 years ago

I called it “Stink up the Day” last year. Hope this year I don’t have to nick name it just “Wreak”.lol

Rut
Rut
3 years ago

I like it. More importantly, it embraces that we’ve been bad. One of my personal frustrations in watching my favorite franchise flounder for 10 years has been their own apparent lack of understanding that they were inept. I like my organization to be a little realistic, it gives me hope that if they can spot the flaws, they can fix them. To embrace the flack that Gerald has been getting, including mentioning the playoff drought without explicitly stating it (that’s why he starts with, “I’ve been doing this 9 years”, everyone knows why that’s significant) it appears they’re willing to… Read more »

WiltheBrewer
WiltheBrewer
3 years ago

Easier than another uniform change.
If it inspires the D to play top 10, I’m all for it- that certainly needs a change from last year!

scubog
scubog
3 years ago

I can’t believe no one mentioned that it might be more appropriate to use the phrase, “Wreak Reeking” as in ridding the team of the strong, offensive smell it his spewed the past few seasons. I haven’t been a fan of any of the recent slogans, “New Day in Tampa Bay”, “It’s a Bucs Life” or “Siege the Day “,so this new one isn’t so bad. I did laugh at “Win One for the Groper”. Since so may of our “loyal” season pass members sell their tickets to the opponent which annoys the spit out of me. How about, “Feel… Read more »

Yoav
Yoav
3 years ago

“Keep doubting us” ?
Yes sir. Goes without saying

Ja'crispy
Ja'crispy
3 years ago

I like it! that defensive line better wreak havoc or were in trouble.

EricNV
EricNV
3 years ago

I like it. Almost anything is better than “Siege the day”, but this will work. During the season, if we’re actually winning more games than losing and the revamped D-line is actually as dominant in reality as it is on paper, I suggest an edit. Make it “Wreaking Havoc”.

Naplesfan
Naplesfan
3 years ago

I’ve got a great new slogan for the Bucs:

“We promise not to lose more games than we win, and to get to the playoffs this year for the first time in a dozen years … or you can have your game tickets fully refunded.”

Otherwise, who really gives a shit what the Bucs have to say?

Do your talking on the field.