It had to happen eventually. On Sunday, September 26, 2021, the Tampa Bay Bucs did something they haven’t done since November of 2020; lose a football game. The Week 3 road loss to the Rams was a showcase of two NFC powerhouses that, who knows, could meet up at some point later this winter. But let’s not get ahead of things here in Tampa. The Bucs still have plenty of work ahead on their journey to repeat as champions of the National Football League.Verify my mortgage eligibility (Jan 29th, 2023)
The mission continues on Sunday night when Tom Brady returns to his former home in Foxborough and Gillette Stadium as the defending Super Bowl champs battle the rebuilding Patriots in a primetime matchup on October 3 at 8:30 p.m. The Bucs are the favorite to win Brady’s homecoming game. Aside from remaining games against NFC South division opponents like the Saints, Panthers, and Falcons, Tampa Bay still will battle the Eagles, Giants, and Washington of the NFC East, Bills, Dolphins, and Jets of the AFC East, as well as the Indy Colts and Chicago Bears this year.
To bring immediate valuable experience and a track record of success to the Bucs secondary, the team recently added All-Pro, veteran free agent Richard Sherman to the young but skilled backfield. Be sure to root on the Tampa Bay Bucs on their quest to be NFL’s first back-to-back champs since the Pats did it with wins in SB 38 and 39. As you support the local professional football team, be sure to support local businesses for all your tailgate and gameday eats and drinks! Go Bucs!
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