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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers play in the NFC South division. As one of the newer teams in the league, having joined the NFL in 1976, the Bucs are still carving out their legacy. Despite appearing in only two Super Bowls (XXXVII and LV) since they were founded, they have a perfect 2-0 record in the Big Game, making them one of only two teams to have won multiple Super Bowls without losing one.
The team has come a long way since the 70s, when they were widely regarded as one of the worst teams in NFL history. In more recent times, they have become a team that’s very entertaining to watch, thanks in part to their ability to attract some of the biggest names in the sport, like Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowsi and Antonio Brown.
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Tom Brady is back for another season and here are his stats for the season:
Our Tampa Bay Buccaneers stats section is the best place to find the most useful information about the team. There are no sure things in sport betting, but having access to all of the information that’s available will help bettors place their NFL picks wisely.
The Bucs have come a long way from their slow start after being founded. In recent years, they have become a formidable opponent in the NFL.
While they have still experienced some highs and lows over the past decade, they have been on a high in recent years. Exploring some of the individual player stats, including TD scorers, player receiving stats, rushing stats and more can give bettors a serious edge on NFL player props at NFL betting sites.
If you’re interested in betting on the Buccaneers to win a certain game against their NFC South rivals or another NFC team in the regular season or the playoffs, this is the right place. We provide historical game stats to help you form your opinion before placing your next moneyline, spread or total bet.
Running Back Stats
The Buccaneers' running backs are putting up the following stats:
The best way to keep up to date with everything going on at the Buccaneers facility, is to bookmark this page and visit it daily. Whatever news is coming out of Tampa Bay, you will find it right here. Injuries can determine who will make the NFL lineups each week, which can only help you with your Bucs bets.
Wide Receiver Stats
The Buccaneers' wide receivers are now catching these stats:
The Vince Lombadi Trophy spent a year in Tampa Bay after the Bucs beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LV to give Tom Brady a seventh ring. While Brady is a Buccaneer, the team will be contenders, rather than pretenders.
Here are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl betting odds for the season:
To reach the Super Bowl, it helps to have a quarterback who knows how to get there. While the Buccaneers have Tom Brady under center, they will always be in the conversation to win the NFC Conference. Here are Tampa Bay's odds to win the NFC:
Since New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees retired, the NFC South has lacked a competitive edge which benefits the Bucs. Until the Falcons, Panthers and Saints can challenge, the South should belong to the Bucs. The odds for the NFC South will appear here.
Discover the receiver analysis and starting lineup for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. You can count on top-notch NFL insights from Gambling.com to keep you updated.
|70||Robert Hainsey||C||6'4''||306 lbs||1998/08/12 (25)||Notre Dame|
|97||Zach Triner||C||6'3''||245 lbs||1991/01/30 (32)||Assumption|
|66||Ryan Jensen||C||6'4''||319 lbs||1991/05/27 (32)||CSU Pueblo|
|2||Kyle Trask||QB||6'5''||236 lbs||1998/03/06 (25)||Florida|
|11||John Wolford||QB||6'1''||200 lbs||1995/10/16 (27)||Wake Forest|
|6||Baker Mayfield||QB||6'1''||215 lbs||1995/04/14 (28)||Oklahoma|
|21||Ke'Shawn Vaughn||RB||5'10''||214 lbs||1997/05/04 (26)||Vanderbilt|
|1||Rachaad White||RB||6'0''||214 lbs||1999/01/12 (24)||Arizona State|
|22||Chase Edmonds||RB||5'9''||201 lbs||1996/04/13 (27)||Fordham|
|44||Sean Tucker||RB||5'10''||205 lbs||2001/10/25 (21)||Syracuse|
|25||Patrick Laird||RB||6'0''||205 lbs||1995/08/17 (28)||California|
|41||Ko Kieft||TE||6'5''||265 lbs||1998/01/20 (25)||Minnesota|
|87||Payne Durham||TE||6'5''||255 lbs||2000/06/15 (23)||Purdue|
|84||Tanner Taula||TE||6'6''||251 lbs||1998/12/06 (24)||Illinois State|
|89||David Wells||TE||6'6''||260 lbs||1995/05/02 (28)||San Diego State|
|88||Cade Otton||TE||6'5''||247 lbs||1999/04/15 (24)||Washington|
|14||Chris Godwin||WR||6'1''||209 lbs||1996/02/27 (27)||Penn State|
|19||David Moore||WR||6'0''||219 lbs||1995/01/15 (28)||East Central (Okla.)|
|28||Cephus Johnson||WR||6'5''||220 lbs||1999/09/21 (24)||SE Louisiana|
|13||Mike Evans||WR||6'5''||231 lbs||1993/08/21 (30)||Texas A&M|
|81||Ryan Miller||WR||6'1''||209 lbs||2000/02/20 (23)||Furman|
|18||Rakim Jarrett||WR||6'0''||192 lbs||2001/01/24 (22)||Maryland|
|3||Russell Gage||WR||6'0''||185 lbs||1996/01/22 (27)||LSU|
|10||Trey Palmer||WR||6'1''||190 lbs||2001/04/02 (22)||Nebraska|
|83||Deven Thompkins||WR||5'8''||155 lbs||1999/12/23 (23)||Utah State|
|38||Derrek Pitts||CB||6'1''||193 lbs||1998/08/08 (25)||NC State|
|16||Keenan Isaac||CB||6'2''||186 lbs||2000/02/17 (23)||Alabama State|
|32||Josh Hayes||CB||6'0''||190 lbs||1999/04/24 (24)||Kansas State|
|24||Carlton Davis III||CB||6'1''||206 lbs||1996/12/31 (26)||Auburn|
|27||Zyon McCollum||CB||6'2''||199 lbs||1999/05/03 (24)||Sam Houston State|
|30||Dee Delaney||CB||5'11''||200 lbs||1995/02/20 (28)||Miami (Fla.)|
|35||Jamel Dean||CB||6'1''||206 lbs||1996/10/15 (26)||Auburn|
|94||Calijah Kancey||DL||6'0''||280 lbs||2001/03/01 (22)||Pittsburgh|
|50||Vita Vea||DL||6'4''||347 lbs||1995/02/05 (28)||Washington|
|98||Anthony Nelson||LB||6'7''||271 lbs||1997/03/04 (26)||Iowa|
|9||Joe Tryon-Shoyinka||LB||6'5''||259 lbs||1999/04/30 (24)||Washington|
|54||Lavonte David||LB||6'1''||233 lbs||1990/01/23 (33)||Nebraska|
|52||K.J. Britt||LB||6'0''||235 lbs||1999/06/04 (24)||Auburn|
|0||YaYa Diaby||LB||6'4''||270 lbs||1999/05/30 (24)||Louisville|
|51||J.J. Russell||LB||6'1''||225 lbs||1998/10/12 (24)||Memphis|
|45||Devin White||LB||6'0''||237 lbs||1998/02/17 (25)||LSU|
|49||Cam Gill||LB||6'3''||240 lbs||1997/12/14 (25)||Wagner|
|33||Jose Ramirez||LB||6'2''||242 lbs||1999/05/09 (24)||Eastern Michigan|
|53||Brandon Bouyer-Randle||LB||6'2''||241 lbs||1997/05/02 (26)||Connecticut|
|58||Markees Watts||LB||6'1''||240 lbs||1999/12/07 (23)||Charlotte|
|8||SirVocea Dennis||LB||6'0''||230 lbs||2000/03/09 (23)||Pittsburgh|
|7||Shaquil Barrett||LB||6'2''||250 lbs||1992/11/17 (30)||Colorado State|
|29||Christian Izien||S||5'10''||200 lbs||2000/06/08 (23)||Rutgers|
|15||Richard LeCounte||S||5'11''||196 lbs||1998/09/11 (25)||Georgia|
|26||Kaevon Merriweather||S||6'0''||212 lbs||1999/12/20 (23)||Iowa|
|31||Antoine Winfield||S||5'9''||203 lbs||1998/08/16 (25)||Minnesota|
|4||Chase McLaughlin||K||6'0''||190 lbs||1996/04/09 (27)||Illinois|
|5||Jake Camarda||P||6'1''||193 lbs||1999/04/20 (24)||Georgia|