Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets were the sparkling new kid on the block as the NFL opened the 2011 season. An amazing 2010 had the Buccaneers at 10-6, right on pace with the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South. The development of Josh Freeman was another reason to believe that Buccaneers tickets could give Tampa Bay football fans a shot at the playoffs and maybe an NFC South Championship.
In 2011 though, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have yet to find an identity. They’ve played some good football, beating the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints to go 2-0 within the division at the halfway point. But there have also been some moments when Tampa Bay looked as last as any struggling team, getting trounced by 35 points by the 49ers, and stumbling their way through an unimpressive loss in London to the Chicago Bears.
As the NFL season heads into the second half the Buccaneers find themselves trailing the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South, but still well within striking distance for the division and the playoffs. But to make the final push they’ll have to establish some kind of consistency, some kind of identity. They’ll also have to find a running back to give Freeman a ground attack, as Blount has been hurt and his backup Graham is on IR. Tall orders both, but Buccaneers tickets holders have watched their team make some amazing comebacks withing games. Now it’s time to do it in a season.