BUCPOWER.COM was launched in January 2002 and is the most renowned Bucs fan site in the world. It has now exceeded 10 million hits since its launch and is the definitive resource site about the franchise with every player and game featured within its pages. The site has always been free to access and now has over 5,500 different screens and over 14,000 images dating back to the first appearance n 1976 and is run from England by long-time Buc fan and team historian Paul Stewart.
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WHO WERE THE 100?The countdown was completed in mid-August but where were your favourite players in the All-Time Greatest 100 Buccaners Feature?Click here for the full countdown
ON THIS DAY IN BUCCANEER HISTORYSept 25, 2005 - The Cadillac and Galloway showClick here for the game reports and video highlights from this gameTampa Bay Buccaneers 17 Green Bay Packers 16The 2005 Buccaneers had opened the season with a pair of wins featuring 100-yard games from rookie RB Cadillac Williams. Seeing as the best things come in threes, they did it again in Lambeau Field with the former Auburn back rushing for 158 yards in this narrow win over the Packers."Give him a little daylight and he'll make it a real hot sun," T Kenyatta Walker said after Williams became the first runner in the league's 86-year history to open his pro career with three consecutive 100-yard games. "He's special. That was horrible turf out there, and for him to cut like he did … I'm just glad he's on our team."Brian Griese hit WR Joey Galloway with a pair of touchdown passes in the first half and then relied on a missed Green Bay PAT for the margin of victory. But it was Williams who was the reason for the victory with 79 yards coming in the 4th quarter."He gets stronger as the game goes on," Coach Jon Gruden said. "And I've heard people say he can't run between the tackles and that we're going to wear him out, but if you don't try to wear this guy out you're never going to find out how great he really is. I think that's the way it is with all great backs."
THE RETURN OF BUCKO’S COLUMNI am sorry, I tried to dissaude him from coming back from another season but he insisted under the threat of bringing back Lovie Smith, Leeman Bennett and Vito McKeever. So the most politically incorrect column of them all is back with an irreverant look at life around the NFL and the Buccaneers. Click here for the link to last week’s column
THOUGHTS ON THE LOSSThe sky is not falling in, the world is not ending and the Buc season is not lost. It was one loss. It was not a good day for the Buccaneers that was plain for all to see but to look at some of the moronic social media posts, you would believe that Dirk Koetter’s team had turned into one of Leeman Bennett’s 1986 units.The Vikings are a pretty good team and everyone around the NFL wonders how Case Keenum turns into Johnny Unitas when he plays Tampa Bay. The Bucs were already depleted on defense when they knelt/stood for the anthem and players were limping to the sideline throughout the second half.This was one game - the winless Giants come to Raymond James Stadium next Sunday and the injury report will be monitored over the next few days as much as news on offensive gameplans and posiive practice reports.