|2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season|
|Head Coach||Raheem Morris|
|General Manager||Mark Dominik|
|Home Field||Raymond James Stadium|
|Place||4th NFC South|
|Playoff Finish||did not qualify|
|Pro Bowlers||G Davin Joseph|
|Previous Season||Next Season|
The 2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season was the club's 36th season as a franchise in the NFL. The team competed in the NFC South. Both of their preseason home games, and seven of their regular season home games were played at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. One regular season home game, on October 23, was played at Wembley Stadium in London as part of the NFL International Series
The 2011 season was Raheem Morris's third year as head coach. The team had not made the playoffs since 2007. The team attempted to build upon their success from 2010, when despite having a 10-6 record, they failed to make the playoffs. By week 12, however, they had already lost their seventh game of the season, preventing them from matching their 2010 record. The Bucs were eliminated from playoff contention in week 14, and finished the season with a 4-12 record. Raheem Morris was fired on January 2, 2012, one day after the season finale.
The Buccaneers' defense was among the worst in the league in 2011. Tampa Bay allowed the most points in the league (494), the most yards per play (tied at 6.3), most yards per pass attempt (tied at 7.6), the most rushing yards (2,497) and the most rushing touchdowns (26). They also allowed the second most yards per attempt (5.0), the second most rushing first downs (135), the third most total yards (6,311) and fourth most total first downs (356) of all teams in 2011. 
- 1 Offseason
- 2 Roster changes
- 3 Preseason
- 4 Regular season
- 4.1 General summary
- 4.2 Schedule
- 4.3 Game summaries
- 4.3.1 Week 1: vs. Detroit Lions
- 4.3.2 Week 2: at Minnesota Vikings
- 4.3.3 Week 3: vs. Atlanta Falcons
- 4.3.4 Week 4: vs. Indianapolis Colts
- 4.3.5 Week 5: at San Francisco 49ers
- 4.3.6 Week 6: vs. New Orleans Saints
- 4.3.7 Week 7: vs. Chicago Bears
- 4.3.8 Week 9: at New Orleans Saints
- 4.3.9 Week 10: vs. Houston Texans
- 4.3.10 Week 11: at Green Bay Packers
- 4.3.11 Week 12: at Tennessee Titans
- 4.3.12 Week 13: vs. Carolina Panthers
- 4.3.13 Week 14: at Jacksonville Jaguars
- 4.3.14 Week 15: vs. Dallas Cowboys
- 4.3.15 Week 16: at Carolina Panthers
- 4.3.16 Week 17: at Atlanta Falcons
- 4.4 Standings
- 5 Staff and roster
- 6 Awards and milestones
- 7 Television blackouts
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Offseason[edit | edit source]
2011 draft board[edit | edit source]
- Main article: 2011 NFL Draft
After finishing the 2010 season 10-6 and narrowly missing the playoffs, the Buccaneers had the 20th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. A provision in the now expired collective bargaining agreement ensured that the draft still take place, despite the current lockout and lack of a new CBA.
|1||20||Adrian Clayborn||Defensive End||Iowa|
|2||51||Da'Quan Bowers||Defensive End||Clemson|
|3||84||Mason Foster||Outside Linebacker||Washington|
|4||116||Luke Stocker||Tight End||Tennessee|
|5||151||Ahmad Black||Strong Safety||Florida||[dr 1]|
|6||187||Allen Bradford||Running Back||USC||[dr 2] [dr 3]|
|7||222||Anthony Gaitor||Cornerback||Florida International|
|7||238||Daniel Hardy||Tight End||Idaho||[dr 4]|
Draft notes[edit | edit source]
- Battista, Judy. "Lockout Could Jeopardize Game Set for London", The New York Times, 2011-04-18 accessdate=2011-04-18.
- Pro-Football-Reference.com: 2011 NFL Opposition & Defensive Statistics
Roster changes[edit | edit source]
- Clubs are allowed 90 active players at the opening of training camp.
- Clubs must cut rosters to 80 active players by August 30.
- Clubs must cut final rosters to 53 active players by September 3.
Players re-signed[edit | edit source]Template:Col-1-of-4Template:Col-2-of-4Template:Col-3-of-4Template:Col-4-of-4
Players signed[edit | edit source]Template:Col-1-of-2
- Michael Koenen
- Devin Holland
- Zac Diles
- Zack Pianalto (claimed off waivers)
- Chris Riley (claimed off waivers)
- Albert Haynesworth (claimed off waivers)
- Matt Clapp
- Collin Franklin
- Swanson Miller
- Nic Grinsby
- Daniel Te'o-Nesheim
Players released/losses[edit | edit source]Template:Col-1-of-4
- Carnell Williams (StL)
- Barrett Ruud (Ten)
- Maurice Stovall (Det)
- John Gilmore (Pit)
- Quintin Borders
- Josh Jasper
- Doug Worthington (Wash)
- Mike Coughlin
- Aaron Feld
- Deonte Jackson
- Victor Aiyewa
- Jose Cruz
- Brandon Carter
- Aundrae Allison
- Vince Anderson
- Brandon Gilbeaux
- Detron Lewis
- Robert Malone (Det)
- Jock Sanders
- Ashton Youboty
- Rendrick Taylor
- Tyrone McKenzie (Min)
- Kyle Moore (Det)
- Armando Allen (Chi)
- John Malecki
- Matt Allen
- Cory Brandon
- Thomas Claiborne
- Jonathan Crompton (Wash)
- Marc Dile
- Daniel Hardy
- Dominique Harris
- Brandon Heath
- Simoni Lawrence
- Alex Magee
- Nathan Overbay
- Maurice Price
- Ryan Purvis
- Nick Reveiz
- Jacob Rogers
- Al Woods (Det)
- D. J. Johnson (Min)
- Scott Albritton
- Ross Homan
- Will Barker (Mia)
- Allen Bradford (Sea)
Practice Squad[edit | edit source]Template:Col-1-of-4Template:Col-2-of-4
Injuries/reserve lists[edit | edit source]
- Andrew Economos was placed on the PUP list (Sept. 3); he was re-activated November 4.
- Cody Grimm suffered damage to the MCL in his right knee (week 3) and was placed on injured reserve.
- Running back Earnest Graham was placed on injured reserve after suffering a torn Achilles tendon during the game against Chicago.
- Gerald McCoy was placed in injured reserve with an arm injury (November 7)
Selected staff and personnel[edit | edit source]
- Head coach Raheem Morris - Club exercised two-year contract extension (fired January 2, 2012)
- General manager Mark Dominik - Four-year contract extension
- Pat Morris named offensive line coach.
- Keith Millard named defensive line coach.
- Grady Stretz named defensive line coach.
Preseason[edit | edit source]
Schedule[edit | edit source]
The Buccaneers' preseason schedule was announced on April 12, 2011. For the third consecutive year, training camp was held at the team's facilities at One Buc Place. During training camp, Tampa Bay became the first NFL club to discontinue the use of paper copies of playbooks, and instead distributed all players their playbook and videos in electronic format via an iPad 2.
|1||August 12 (Fri.)||at Kansas City||W 25–0||1–0||Arrowhead Stadium||Recap|
|2||August 18 (Thurs.)||New England||L 14–31||1–1||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|3||August 27 (Sat)||Miami||W 17–13||2–1||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|4||September 1 (Thu)||at Washington||L 24–29||2–2||FedEx Field||Recap|
- On March 21, 2011, Aqib Talib was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon following an incident in Garland, Texas, in which Talib and his mother allegedly shot at a man. On August 23, Talib met with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell regarding possible game suspensions regarding his charge. On August 27, it was announced that Talib would not be suspended for any games.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
General summary[edit | edit source]
After a somewhat surprising 10-6 campaign in 2010, Tampa Bay had high hopes for 2011. A close loss to Detroit on opening day was followed by a three-game winning streak and a fairly strong 4-2 start with wins against division opponents Atlanta and New Orleans. Tampa Bay was in a tie for first place in the NFC South in mid-October. However, self-inflicted troubles started affecting the season, leading to a ten-game losing streak to finish the season. Turnovers, penalties, and poor defense began taking its toll. Quarterback Josh Freeman's threw 22 interceptions (second-worst in the league), more than triple his total from 2010. The once dominating Tampa Bay defense ranked 30th in the league in total yards.
Schedule[edit | edit source]
The Buccaneers' regular season schedule was announced April 19. Tampa Bay played Chicago at Wembley Stadium in London, England on October 23 as part of the NFL International Series, with Tampa Bay serving as the host team.
|1||September 11||Detroit||L 20–27||0–1||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|2||September 18||at Minnesota||W 24–20||1–1||Metrodome||Recap|
|3||September 25||Atlanta||W 16–13||2–1||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|4||October 3||Indianapolis||W 24–17||3–1||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|5||October 9||at San Francisco||L 3–48||3–2||Candlestick Park||Recap|
|6||October 16||New Orleans||W 26–20||4–2||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|7||October 23||Chicago||L 18–24||4–3||Wembley Stadium (London)||Recap|
|9||November 6||at New Orleans||L 16–27||4–4||Mercedes-Benz Superdome||Recap|
|10||November 13||Houston||L 9–37||4–5||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|11||November 20||at Green Bay||L 26–35||4–6||Lambeau Field||Recap|
|12||November 27||at Tennessee||L 17–23||4–7||LP Field||Recap|
|13||December 4||Carolina||L 19–38||4–8||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|14||December 11||at Jacksonville||L 14–41||4–9||Everbank Field||Recap|
|15||December 17||Dallas||L 15–31||4–10||Raymond James Stadium||Recap|
|16||December 24||at Carolina||L 16–48||4–11||Bank of America Stadium||Recap|
|17||January 1||at Atlanta||L 24–45||4–12||Georgia Dome||Recap|
- Indicates that the Buccaneers wore their white jerseys at home.
- Blue/Red indicates the International Series game in London.
- throwback game. Orange indicates designated
- Gray indicates that the game was blacked out locally due to low ticket sales.
Game summaries[edit | edit source]
Week 1: vs. Detroit Lions[edit | edit source]
Week One: Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Detroit scored two touchdowns in the second quarter, and led Tampa Bay 27-13 late in the game. Josh Freeman suffered through some cramping issues, but rallied the Buccaneers to score a touchdown with under four minutes remaining. The subsequent onside kick failed, but the Buccaneers were able to get the ball back in the final two minutes. Freeman drove Tampa Bay to the Lions 42 yard line in the closings seconds, but they were unable to score.
Week 2: at Minnesota Vikings[edit | edit source]
Week Two: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings – Game summary|
Minnesota led Tampa Bay 17-0 at halftime, but the Buccaneers rallied for the 24-20 victory on the road. In the final four minutes, Josh Freeman drove the Buccaneers 61 yards in 9 plays, capped off by a game-winning 4-yard touchdown run by LeGarrette Blount with 35 seconds remaining.
Week 3: vs. Atlanta Falcons[edit | edit source]
Week Three: Atlanta Falcons at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Tampa Bay led Atlanta 16-13 with 1:49 remaining. The Buccaneers faced 4th down & 1 at the Atlanta 44 yard line. The Falcons had no timeouts remaining, and were looking to get the ball back for one last drive. Josh Freeman and the Buccaneers lined up for the fourth down play, and the Falcons flinched on the hard count. The Falcons were penalized 5 yards for Offsides, the Buccaneers received a first down, and were able to run the clock out the secure the victory.
Week 4: vs. Indianapolis Colts[edit | edit source]
Week Four: Indianapolis Colts at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Tampa Bay hosted the winless Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football. Miscues and penalties nearly cost the Buccaneers control of the game, but Josh Freeman threw for 287 yards, and LeGarrette Blount rushed for 127 yards, as Tampa Bay won the game 24-17. Curtis Painter started at quarterback for the Colts, his first career NFL start.
The Colts led early after an Adam Vinatieri field goal. Tampa Bay then sacked Painter and recovered the fumble. Connor Barth's field goal attempt, however, bounced off the upright, and the score remained 3-0. Late in the first quarter, Freeman connected to Arrelious Benn, who ran 62 yards for an apparent touchdown. However, the touchdown was nullified since Benn has stepped out-of-bounds before the catch (illegal touching).
In the second quarter, the Buccaneers pinned the Colts at their own 2 yard line. Painter threw to Pierre Garçon, who ran for an 87-yard touchdown, and 10-0 lead. Tampa Bay answered with a touchdown, and trimmed the score to 10-7. In the final seconds of the first half, Freeman drove the Buccaneers to the Colts 19 yard line, but was sacked with 20 seconds to go and counting. The field goal unit hurried on to the field, and the field goal was initially good. Tampa Bay, however, was penalized for 12 men on the field, and the score was nullified.
Tied 17-17 in the fourth quarter, Tampa Bay received a punt with just under 7 minutes remaining. LeGarrette Blount blasted for a 35-yard touchdown run, and a 24-17 Tampa Bay lead. In the final three minutes, Tampa Bay ran out the clock, including a "4th & Inches" quarterback sneak by Freeman, to seal the victory.
This was Tampa Bay's first appearance on Monday Night Football since 2008, and the first home Monday night game since 2003. This MNF telecast was notable in that Hank Williams, Jr.'s "All My Rowdy Friends" opening was omitted due to comments he made on Fox & Friends earlier in the day where he compared a golf outing involving Barack Obama, John Boehner, Joe Biden, and John Kasich to "Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu."
Week 5: at San Francisco 49ers[edit | edit source]
- date=October 9
- time=1:05 p.m. PDT
- stadium=Candlestick Park, San Francisco, California
- weather=62° F, Sunny
- referee=Terry McAulay
- TVAnnouncers= Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
- First quarter
- SF — Walker 26 yard touchdown pass from Smith (Akers kick), SF 7-0
- TB — Barth 24 yard field goal, SF 7-3
- Second quarter
- SF — Rogers 31 yard interception return (Akers kick), SF 14-3
- SF — Gore 2 yard touchdown run, SF 21-3
- SF — Akers 37 yard field goal, SF 24-3
- Third quarter
- SF — Davis 23 yard touchdown pass from Smith (Akers kick), SF 31-3
- SF — Akers 27 yard field goal, SF 34-3
- Fourth quarter
- SF — Davis 14 yard touchdown pass from Smith (Akers kick), SF 41-3
- SF — Dixon 1 yard touchdown run (Akers kick),SF 48-3
- Top passers
- TB – Josh Freeman - 17/33, 187 yards, 2 interceptions
- SF – Alex Smith - 11/19, 170 yards, 3 touchdowns, 0 interceptions
- Top rushers
- Top receivers
- Top tacklers
}} Josh Freeman threw two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown), as Tampa Bay was routed 48-3 at San Francisco. Tampa Bay was held to only 86 yards rushing, had three turnovers, and suffered 9 penalties for a total of 96 yards.
Week 6: vs. New Orleans Saints[edit | edit source]
Week Six: New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Josh Freeman threw for 303 yards and two touchdown passes, as Tampa Bay rebounded from the previous week, and beat divisional rival New Orleans by a score of 26-20. Drew Brees threw three interceptions, and the Saints lost a fumble, and Tampa Bay scored 10 points off of turnovers.
Trailing 26-20 midway through the fourth quarter, Brees drove the Saints to the Tampa Bay 4 yard line. On 4th down & 2 with 3:24 remaining, Drees was intercepted in the endzone by Quincy Black. The Buccaneers ran out the clock, and preserved the win.
Week 7: vs. Chicago Bears[edit | edit source]
Week Seven: Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Tampa Bay hosted Chicago at Wembley Stadium in London, England, their second time participating in the NFL International Series. Josh Freeman threw four interceptions, and Tampa Bay lost one fumble for five total turnovers. Chicago stretched out to a 21-5 lead before the Buccaneers staged a rally in the fourth quarter. Freeman threw two touchdown passes and the deficit was trimmed to 24-18 in the final two minutes. Freeman drove the Buccaneers to the Chicago 39 yard line, but the comeback was thwarted when he was intercepted with 37 seconds left.
Running back LeGarrette Blount was inactive due to injury, and Earnest Graham left the game in the first quarter due to an ankle injury. Third-string running back Kregg Lumpkin was left to handle rushing duties, but managed only 15 yards.
Week 9: at New Orleans Saints[edit | edit source]
Week Nine: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints – Game summary|
New Orleans jumped out to a 24-6 lead, behind Drew Brees' 258 yards passing and 195 combined rushing yards. However, Tampa Bay tried to rally in the fourth quarter. Josh Freeman threw a touchdown pass to Kellen Winslow with 5:33 to go. The Saints, however, were able to run out the clock, and kicked a game-icing field goal to win 27-16.
Week 10: vs. Houston Texans[edit | edit source]
Week Ten: Houston Texans at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Tampa Bay lost their fourth game out of the last five, falling to Houston by the score of 37-9. On the first play of the game, Matt Schaub completed a pass to Jacoby Jones, who proceeded to go for an 80-yard touchdown. In the second quarter, Arian Foster had a 78-yard touchdown reception from Schaub, and the Texans were in control of the game throughout. Josh Freeman threw three interceptions, two of which led to touchdowns for Houston.
Week 11: at Green Bay Packers[edit | edit source]
Week Eleven: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers – Game summary|
Josh Freeman threw for 342 yards and two touchdowns, but Tampa Bay fell to Green Bay by a score of 35-26. With 4:25 remaining Tampa Bay scored a touchdown to trim the deficit to 28-26. An onside kick failed, and Green Bay took over. Green Bay iced the game with a touchdown with 2:55 to go.
Undefeated Green Bay improved to 10-0 on the season, and avoided the scare by the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay dropped to 4-6.
Week 12: at Tennessee Titans[edit | edit source]
Week Twelve: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Tennessee Titans – Game summary|
Trailing 23-17, Josh Freeman drove Tampa Bay to the Tennessee 25 yard line in the final minute. Facing a 4th down and 1, Freeman tried a QB sneak, but fumbled the snap due to the wet ball. He was tackled for a loss, the Buccaneers turned the ball over on downs, and the Titans held on to win.
Week 13: vs. Carolina Panthers[edit | edit source]
Week Thirteen: Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Josh Freeman sat out due to injury, and Josh Johnson started at quarterback. Tampa Bay wore their throwback uniforms, and honored Jimmy Giles at halftime. Cam Newton ran for three touchdowns (setting an NFL single-season record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback) as Carolina routed Tampa Bay 38-19.
Week 14: at Jacksonville Jaguars[edit | edit source]
Week Fourteen: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars – Game summary|
Quarterback Josh Freeman returned to the lineup and Tampa Bay jumped out to a 14–0 lead in the first quarter. However, Jacksonville scored 41 unanswered points to win 41–14. Maurice Jones-Drew scored a franchise-best four touchdowns (two rushing, two passing).
Tampa Bay committed seven turnovers in the loss. In the second quarter, Preston Parker fumbled a punt return, which was recovered by Colin Cloherty for an 8-yard touchdown. With the score 14–7, Freeman was sacked at his own goal line, fumbled, and Nate Collins recovered the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. Four plays later, Freeman was intercepted, which led to another Jacksonville touchdown. The Jaguars scored 28 points in the second quarter in a span of only 7:32.
At 4–9, Tampa Bay clinched a losing season, and was officially eliminated from playoff contention.
Week 15: vs. Dallas Cowboys[edit | edit source]
Week Fifteen: Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Game summary|
Tampa Bay hosted Dallas on Saturday Night. Dallas jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead. Tony Romo threw for three touchdown passes, and ran for another. The Buccaneers tried to rally, but fell far short, losing 31-15.
Week 16: at Carolina Panthers[edit | edit source]
Week Sixteen: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers – Game summary|
On Christmas Eve, Cam Newton broke the NFL record for most rookie passing yards in a season. Carolina routed Tampa Bay for the second time this season, by a score of 48-16.
Week 17: at Atlanta Falcons[edit | edit source]
Week Seventeen: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons – Game summary|
Atlanta jumped out to a 42-0 lead by the second quarter. Ronde Barber played in his franchise record 225th game, despite suffering an injured hand, for which he sat out the second half. With the loss, Tampa Bay ended the season with ten consecutive losses, finished with a record of 4-12, last in the NFC South. Head coach Raheem Morris was fired the next day.
Standings[edit | edit source]
Staff and roster[edit | edit source]
Final roster[edit | edit source]
|2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers final roster|
Staff[edit | edit source]
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2011 staff|
Special Teams Coaches
Strength and Conditioning
Awards and milestones[edit | edit source]
- Week 3: Ronde Barber — NFC Defensive Player of the Week
- Week 17: Ronde Barber — Played in franchise record 225th game
Television blackouts[edit | edit source]
Preseason[edit | edit source]
Both of Tampa Bay's home preseason games were blacked out on local television because they failed to sell out prior to 72 hours before kickoff. The affiliates affected include WTSP in the Tampa/St. Pete market, WFTV in the Orlando market and WFTX in the Fort Myers area. The game was shown instead in tape delay. The game was aired live on WTLH in Tallahassee since it falls outside the designated 75-mile blackout radius.
Dating back to 2010, Tampa Bay has had four consecutive preseason home games blacked out.
Regular season[edit | edit source]
Tampa Bay's week 1 game against Detroit and week 3 game against Atlanta failed to sell out, and were blacked out locally. Tampa Bay was the only NFL team to face a blackout in week 1. The FOX affiliates affected were WTVT in the Tampa/St. Pete market and WOFL in Orlando.
Dating back to 2010, Tampa Bay had ten consecutive regular season home games blacked out. The blackout streak ended in week 4, when the Buccaneers hosted the Colts on Monday Night Football. The game was carried live on ESPN and simulcast on WFTS.
The blackouts returned in week 6 with the game against New Orleans. Tampa Bay's week 7 game against Chicago in London was not subject to blackout, regardless of sellout status. The week 10 game against the Texans was blacked out, affecting WTSP and WKMG. The final blackout of the season occurred against Carolina in week 13. The final home game of the season against Dallas on December 17 sold out, and aired locally on NFL Network and simulcast on WTTA.
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