The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the reigning Super Bowl champions and are looking to repeat as the 2021 NFL season kicks off. Led by star quarterback Tom Brady, the Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs 31-9 in February’s Super Bowl LV, becoming the first team in National Football League history to win the Super Bowl in its own stadium.
The Bucs return every single starter on offense and defense – a remarkable rarity in the modern free agency era – and should benefit from a full training camp under head coach Bruce Arians and two star coordinators (Byron Leftwich on offense and Todd Bowles on defense) who were both in the mix for head coaching jobs of their own this offseason.
Expect this continuity to help Brady and company get off to a fast start, something that didn’t happen in 2020. The Bucs began last year 7-5 before rallying to win their final eight games. A receiving corps boasting talents like Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, and Rob Gronkowski should put plenty of points on the board again this fall, while rising superstar linebacker Devin White leads a big-play defense that will only get better with the addition of first-round pass rusher Joe Tryon.
With another championship this season, Brady would not only win his eighth ring, but would become the first NFL quarterback to repeat since, well, Tom Brady in 2003-04 with the New England Patriots.
The Bucs will raise the second title banner in franchise history on Thursday, September 9 as they host the Dallas Cowboys in a highly-anticipated Week 1 showdown at Raymond James Stadium. Week 4 brings what might be the game of the year in the NFL as Brady makes his return to Foxboro when the Buccaneers tangle with the Patriots on Sunday night, October 3rd.
Other highlights of the 17-game 2021 schedule include a pair of intriguing rematches from memorable games last season. The Bucs will host the Giants for Monday Night Football on November 22; last year, a MNF battle between those teams came down to a controversial no-call on a potential game-tying two-point conversion in the final minute. Tampa Bay’s final national TV game of the regular season is a home tilt with the Saints on Sunday night, December 19. The Bucs and Saints played three times a year ago, including Tampa Bay’s 30-20 win in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs.
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