The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ended their 39th NFL season in historic fashion, but there wasn’t any celebrating following Sunday’s 23-20 loss to New Orleans.
This is the fifth time the Bucs have finished with only two wins, matching the woeful teams of 1977, 1983, 1985 and 1986, but it’s only the second season in franchise history that ended without a win at home. Only the inaugural 0-14 1976 Buccaneers can claim that ignominious home-turf distinction.
Because schedules didn’t expand to 16 games until 1978, this year’s eight home losses tops even Rich McKay’s Creamsicles from ’76 by a game.
This also represents Tampa Bay’s first 0-6 finish as a member of the NFC South and the first time the Bucs went winless in division play since 1976.
Out-coached again in second half, nothing in second half. It’s a freakin’ joke.Having second thoughts about Lovie, the game may have passed him by.
Hey wait, maybe they were going for first round pick…oh wait, sorry, same thing all year.
Well, Lovie said McCown gave us the best chance to win. Proved right again, we had no chance. 2nd half offense stunk, and McClown was the leader. Sorry, I have zero confidence in this coach and his staff. Pathetic year for the Bucs. Fans deserve so much more….are you listening Glazer boys???
I know everyone is not happy about another loss, but we have a chance to have some serious improvement next year with the first pick in the draft. We all know that means a QB. A very good QB. we have the players for a Trifecta on offense with a franchise QB.
Don’t Wont First Pick Need A OL Not A QB
My gut wants to be excited about next year with a franchise QB and better line but my brain says Love could still miss manage your help
Darn lenovo disregard “your help”
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