Sellout Expected Sunday Versus Saints

December 9th, 2015

BucsfansGood news for Team Glazer and, hopefully, Bucs fans.

On the Buccaneers Radio Network tonight, host T.J. Rives said multiple times that a limited number of tickets remain for Sunday’s game against New Orleans and a sellout is expected one Dale Mabry Highway.

When the game might sell out was unclear, but the message from the Bucs’ official voice was clear: it you want a ticket, then you might not be able to buy one on game day from the box office or Ticketmaster.

Yes, Saints fans have traveled well to Tampa in previous years, but with their team in the toilet of the NFC South, Joe’s going to think positive.

Maybe, just maybe, Bucs fans are rising up to salute (in person) America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, and the NFL’s ninth-ranked offense, the Bucs’ offense.

23 Responses to “Sellout Expected Sunday Versus Saints”

  1. Wesley Says:

    Wish i could go, wow did i just say that.

  2. BucTrooper Says:

    The Saints fans are a little busy preoccupied with their new team, the Panthers.

    Bandwagon phonies.

  3. Buccfan37 Says:

    With that 4-8 record what incentive would bring Saint’s fans south except in small numbers? To show off the latest fashion in paper bag headwear. Bucs fans will be rocking the stadium.

  4. orlbucfan Says:

    Be listening to Brother Gene D and DMoore on Sunday. Hope it is a sellout! Go Mighty Bucs!!

  5. Tampa Tony Says:

    I’ll be there to hopefully see Loser Lovie’s 4th home win

  6. Owlykat Says:

    Especially with Dotson back the next three games are very doable. Lansanah can do well at MLB and Carter knows this offense well and played SLB for Dallas so he can cover SLB for us for the next four games. Carolina has secured the playoffs already and if they have secured home field advantage before their last game they may rest their starters for the playoffs the last game like many NFL Teams do, then we could be in the playoffs this year. Don’t forget Carolina’s Coach learned under Lovie in Chicago and may be willing to do his old Coach a favor.

  7. Trubucfan22 Says:

    Speaking of resting starters…. Why do teams do this? The Panthers will have a first round bye to rest their entire team. The colts always rested Manning when they had a first round bye locked up. And they almost always went 1 and done when they did that. If you look up the history of “resting starters” you would see it doesn’t help. 2 off weeks in a row creates rust. You want a well oiled machine.

  8. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Hey TT Loser Lovie’s 4th home win

    We simply do not believe you. We feel you are a traitor or at minimum so invested in his earlier posts that you’ll be just fine with a Saints win…that’ll make you correct eh?

    I find it hilarious that a poster combines Loser separated by just three words and win. Bwaaahaaaa

    Yes the fans are beginning to notice. And I’ve noticed that the Bucs are running more TV commercials than I’ve seen in quite awhile. I think the Glazers know their product is finally generating some heat and are happy to finally have something to promote.

    Oh yeah guess who is prominently featured in those commercials..why it’s the #1 draft pick. Hey the Glazers took the chance…rolled the dice and came up giant winners. Good for them and mostly good for we Buc fans…It’s all good unless you have difficulty getting over your existential hatred for Lovie Smith.
    Then of course you have to live in the constant fear that #3 is going to do for Lovie what Brady did for Belicheat.

    Lovie’s record prior to #3 blows Belicheats impressive (snark) 41-55 record with his two teams prior to the arrival of Brady.

  9. NewTampaChris Says:

    I’ll be on the beach in San Juan, PR. Will it be worth 3 hours in a bar? Or should I stay on the beach?

  10. Buc1987 Says:

    Owlykat…Or Carolina wants to remain undefeated for their record books.

  11. Espo Says:

    New Tampa: Either way, enjoy!

    I’ve traveled to N.O. or elsewhere to see worse Bucs teams. True Saints fans will still make the trip.

  12. Defense Rules Says:

    Here it is Wednesday and I still haven’t heard who’s playing MLB in place of Kwon. Any clue Joe?

  13. Pick6 Says:

    wow. last time the saints were in town, i was rooting for them to win decisively. how times have changed

  14. SCBucsFan Says:

    @Defense Rules

    Lansanah was practicing at MLB today.

  15. OneLove Says:

    Tampa Tony Says:
    December 9th, 2015 at 7:54 pm
    I’ll be there to hopefully see Loser Lovie’s 4th home win


    And I’ll be there to put MY WANG IN YOUR MOUTH AGAIN!! Same stall as last time?? (wink)

  16. Eric Says:

    a very relevant game in December.

    Thank you Lovie. Great job.

    But I do have one question. Weren’t we supposed to lose half the fan base because we drafted Jameis?

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  18. Rrsrq Says:

    No way this game will be more exciting than last year when the Saints came to town, when we were pushing for Jameis and the Bucs didn’t disappoint.

  19. buccfan305 Says:

    @ Eric

    I was wondering the same thing….funny how haters jump on the band wagon when things change for the better. I’m a die hard if we are 16-0 or 0-16….

  20. Tampa Tony Says:

    @St Pete- I’ve always stated I like winning more than I like being right. Going by stats Lovie is a loser as a Bucs coach once that changes I ll drop the nick name

  21. Joe Cool Says:

    I thought the stadium would be full this past Sunday and it was pretty weak. Sad….

  22. University of Seffner Says:

    If we can consistently win games, Raymond James Stadium will be 95% Bucs Fans or more with a full attendance. A lot like it was in 1997-2003.

  23. FSU house divided Says:

    I’m driving from the panhandle to make the game!!