BUCPOWER.COM was launched in January 2002 and is the most renowned Bucs fan site in the world. It has now exceeded 13 million hits since its launch and is the definitive resource site about the franchise with every player and game featured within its pages. The site has always been free to access and now has over 5,500 different screens and over 14,000 images dating back to the first appearance n 1976 and is run from England by long-time Buc fan and team historian Paul Stewart. He created and ran the British Buccaneer fan club for nearly 30 years and has worked extensively in the sports media on both sides of the Atlantic.
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EXHIBITION SCHEDULE9 Aug at Miami18 Aug at Tennessee24 Aug v Detroit30 Aug v Jacksonville
THE ALL-TIME BUCCANEER TEAMChoosing an all-time 53-man roster from the history of the Buccaneers has certainly started some great discussions on social media and the next section on the backs will do the same. You have to remember that we are not just selecting the five best at the position over the 42 years of the Bucs in the NFL but those who would fit best into a notional roster. You also have to consider timescales as backs in the 1970s had every different roles to those in the modern NFL. We are also only counting performances for the Buccaneers not what those players achieved in their entire NFL careers.So who makes our team? James Wilder, the greatest offensive player in the history of the franchise is naturally the first name pencilled in to the list and the A-Train naturally had to join him. But two other backs to go along with them and who would be the designated blocking back to our team?Click here for the running back selections
SELECTIONS ALREADY MADEYou can catch up with the features already run in this series. We began with the wide receivers and then moved on to the linebackers. Click on the links below for the full features and log on to the Facebook account to post your comments on them.Click here for the wide receiversClick here for the linebackers