The Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Although the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have only been around since 1976, the team has been successful, making 10 appearances in the playoffs thus far. The Bucs have also claimed one Super Bowl title, taking place in 2003 against the Oakland Raiders.
Throughout their short history, Tampa Bay has won their division six times. Today, the team plays alongside the Carolina Panthers, New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons in the NFC South, arguably one of the toughest divisions in the National Football Conference. However, Tampa Bay continues to be a serious competitor each year.
Tampa Bay has seen three players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame after participating with the franchise: Steve Young, Lee Roy Selmon and Randall McDaniel. The organization retired number 63, which belonged to Selmon, as well as 40, which was sported by running back Mike Alstott when he served with the team.
Although the Bucs' record in the postseason is 6-9, they have made three appearances in the NFC Championship game. Their best season was undoubtedly in 2002 when they finished the year at 12-4, eventually winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
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