2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season
Head Coach Raheem Morris
General Manager Mark Dominik
Home Field Raymond James Stadium
Record 3–13
Place 4th NFC South
Playoff Finish did not qualify
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2008 2010

The 2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season was the franchise's 34th season as a franchise in the NFL. The Buccaneers looked to improve on their 9–7 record from their 2008 season and 3rd place finish in the NFC South but failed to do so as they finished the season at 3–13, missing the playoffs for the second straight year.

The Buccaneers played seven of their home games at Raymond James Stadium. One of their home games was played at Wembley Stadium, as part of the International Series, in which they lost to the New England Patriots 35–7.

The Buccaneers unveiled a Ring of Honor to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1979 franchise. Lee Roy Selmon was the first inductee when the team wore throwback uniforms on November 8 against Green Bay that they won 38–28.[1][2]

Off-season[edit | edit source]

Coaching change[edit | edit source]

On January 16, 2009, less than three weeks after the 2008 regular season concluded, head coach Jon Gruden and general manager Bruce Allen were fired.[3] The following day, Raheem Morris, recently promoted from defensive backs coach to defensive coordinator, was instead elevated to head coach, with Mark Dominik named general manager.[4] The remainder of the coaching staff was finalized by mid-February.[5]

Key signings[edit | edit source]

Acquisitions[edit | edit source]

Selected cuts/losses[edit | edit source]

2009 NFL Draft[edit | edit source]

2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Draft Selections
Draft order Player name Position Height Weight College
Round Choice
1 17 Josh Freeman QB 6'6" 248 Kansas State
2   Traded to Cleveland
3 81 Roy Miller DT 6'1" 310 Texas
4 117 Kyle Moore DE 6'6" 272 USC
5 155 Xavier Fulton OL 6'4" 302 Illinois
6   Traded to Chicago
7 217 E. J. Biggers CB 6'0" 180 Western Michigan
7   Traded to Pittsburgh
7 233 Sammie Stroughter WR 5'10" 189 Oregon State
  • Tampa Bay traded their second-round selection and 2010 fifth-round selection to Cleveland for Kellen Winslow, Jr..
  • Baltimore traded conditional late-round selections in 2009 and 2010 to Tampa Bay for Marques Douglas.
  • Tampa Bay traded their sixth-round selection to Chicago for Brian Griese. In a separate deal, the Bears traded their own sixth-round selection to the Buccaneers for Dan Buenning.
  • Jacksonville traded their seventh round selection in 2009 and two selections in 2008 to Tampa Bay for their second-round selection in 2008 (used to select Quentin Groves).
  • Tampa Bay traded their own 2009 seventh-round selection to Pittsburgh for Sean Mahan.

Final roster[edit | edit source]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2009 final roster

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen


Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists

Practice Squad

Rookies in italics
53 Active, 18 Inactive, 8 PS

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Preseason[edit | edit source]

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game Site TV NFL
Final score Team record
1 Sat. August 15 8 pm EDT at Tennessee Titans L 20–27 0–1 LP Field WFLA [1]
2 Sat. August 22 7:30 pm EDT at Jacksonville Jaguars W 24–23 1–1 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium WFLA [2]
3 Thu. August 27 8 pm EDT Miami Dolphins L 6–10 1–2 Raymond James Stadium Fox [3]
4 Fri. September 4 7 pm EDT Houston Texans L 20–27 1–3 Raymond James Stadium WFLA [4]

News[edit | edit source]

Regular season[edit | edit source]

Week Date Kickoff (ET) Opponent Results Game Site TV NFL Recap
Final score Team record
1 September 13 1:00 pm Dallas Cowboys L 21–34 0–1 Raymond James Stadium Fox Recap
2 September 20 4:05 pm at Buffalo Bills L 20–33 0–2 Ralph Wilson Stadium Fox Recap
3 September 27 1:00 pm New York Giants L 0–24 0–3 Raymond James Stadium Fox Recap
4 October 4 1:00 pm at Washington Redskins L 13-16 0–4 FedEx Field Fox Recap
5 October 11 1:00 pm at Philadelphia Eagles L 14-33 0–5 Lincoln Financial Field Fox Recap
6 October 18 1:00 pm Carolina Panthers L 21–28 0–6 Raymond James Stadium Fox Recap
7 October 25 1:00 pm New England Patriots L 7-35 0–7 Wembley Stadium (London, England) CBS Recap
8 Bye Week
9 November 8 1:00 pm Green Bay Packers W 38–28 1–7 Raymond James Stadium Fox Recap
10 November 15 1:00 pm at Miami Dolphins L 23–25 1–8 LandShark Stadium Fox Recap
11 November 22 1:00 pm New Orleans Saints L 7–38 1–9 Raymond James Stadium Fox Recap
12 November 29 1:00 pm at Atlanta Falcons L 17–20 1–10 Georgia Dome Fox Recap
13 December 6 1:00 pm at Carolina Panthers L 6–16 1–11 Bank of America Stadium Fox Recap
14 December 13 1:00 pm New York Jets L 3-26 1–12 Raymond James Stadium CBS
15 December 20 4:15 pm at Seattle Seahawks W 24–7 2–12 Qwest Field Fox
16 December 27 1:00 pm at New Orleans Saints W 20–17 OT 3–12 Louisiana Superdome Fox
17 January 3 1:00 pm Atlanta Falcons L 10-20 3–13 Raymond James Stadium Fox
Division games are in bold text.
     Tan indicates the International Series game in London. Tampa Bay was the designated home team.
     Orange indicates designated throwback uniform game.

Standings[edit | edit source]

NFC South
view · talk · edit W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
z (1) New Orleans Saints 13 3 0 .813 4–2 9–3 510 341 L3
Atlanta Falcons 9 7 0 .563 3–3 6–6 363 325 W3
Carolina Panthers 8 8 0 .500 4–2 8–4 315 318 W3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 13 0 .188 1–5 3–9 244 400 L1

Game summaries[edit | edit source]

Week 1: vs. Dallas Cowboys[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 6 7 7 14


Buccaneers 0 7 0 14


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

The first regular season game for head coach Raheem Morris saw the Buccaneers fall to the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 34–21. Running back "Cadillac" Williams returned as a starter, and rushed for 97 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Byron Leftwich threw for 276 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions. The Buccaneer defense, however, gave up three big plays in the loss.

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo threw for a career-best 353 yards. Three long touchdown passes (66, 80, 44 yards respectively) put the game out of reach. Early in the fourth quarter, Tampa Bay closed the deficit to 20–14, but Romo's 80-yard catch & run to Patrick Crayton put the Cowboys ahead for good.

On specials teams, kicker Mike Nugent had one field goal attempt blocked, and shanked another.

Week 2: at Buffalo Bills[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 14 0 6


Bills 17 3 0 13


at Ralph Wilson Stadium, Orchard Park, New York

The Buccaneers made their first regular season trip in franchise history to Ralph Wilson Stadium to meet the Bills. The Buccaneers had played only one time at Buffalo, a preseason game in 1977.[16] Byron Leftwich threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns, but the Bills held Tampa Bay to only 57 yards rushing, and the Buccaneers had 13 penalties for 112 yard in the loss.

Leading 20–7 with less than a minute remaining in the first half, Buffalo looked to score once more. However, Fred Jackson fumbled at the Tampa Bay 16, and Sabby Piscitelli recovered. Piscitelli ran 72 yards to the Buffalo 8, and after a touchdown on the next play, Tampa Bay trimmed the deficit to 20–14.

Late in the fourth quarter, Leftwich led the Buccaneers on 14-play scoring drive, twice converting on 4th down. The touchdown could have brought the Buccaners within 8 points, but a failed two-point conversion ultimately foiled the comeback. Tampa Bay dropped to 0–2, and lost their sixth consecutive game, dating back to 2008.

Week 3: vs. New York Giants[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Giants 7 7 3 7


Buccaneers 0 0 0 0


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Still looking for their first win of the season, the Buccaneers went home for a Week 3 duel with the New York Giants. Tampa Bay would trail early in the first quarter with Giants running back Brandon Jacobs getting a 6-yard touchdown run. The Buccaneers'deficit would climb in the second quarter with quarterback Eli Manning's 4-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Steve Smith.

New York continued its dominance in the third quarter with kicker Lawrence Tynes nailing a 26-yard field goal. In the fourth quarter, the Giants would close out the game with Manning's 18-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Sinorice Moss.

With the loss, the Buccaneers fell to 0–3.

Week 4: at Washington Redskins[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 7 3 0 3


Redskins 0 0 16 0


at FedExField, Landover, Maryland

Following their shutout home loss to the Giants, the Buccaneers flew to FedEx Field for a Week 4 duel with the Washington Redskins. Due to Byron Leftwich's poor performance during the first three weeks of the season, quarterback Josh Johnson would get his first career start.

Tampa Bay would come out firing in the first quarter with Johnson's 8-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Antonio Bryant, followed by kicker Mike Nugent's 37-yard field goal in the second quarter. However, the Redskins came back with a vengeance in the third quarter. Kicker Shaun Suisham would get a 42-yard field goal, followed by quarterback Jason Campbell's 17-yard touchdown pass to tight end Chris Cooley (with a blocked PAT) and a 59-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Santana Moss. The Bucs tried to rally in the fourth quarter as Nugent nailed a 22-yard field goal, but Washington's defense would prevent any further progress.

With the loss, the Buccaneers fell to 0–4.

Week 5: at Philadelphia Eagles[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 7 0 7


Eagles 7 14 7 5


at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hoping for their first win of the season, the Buccaneers flew to Lincoln Financial Field for a Week 5 duel with the Philadelphia Eagles. Tampa Bay would immediately trail in the first quarter as Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb hooked up with wide receiver Jeremy Maclin on a 51-yard touchdown pass. Philadelphia would increase their lead in the second quarter with McNabb completing a 20-yard touchdown pass to fullback Leonard Weaver. The Buccaneers would get on the board with quarterback Josh Johnson's 9-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kellen Winslow, but the Eagles would close out the first half with McNabb finding Maclin again on a 40-yard touchdown 40-yard touchdown pass.

In the third quarter, Philadelphia would increase their lead with running back Brian Westbrook getting a 7-yard touchdown run. The Eagles would then start off the fourth quarter with kicker David Akers nailing a 44-yard field goal. Tampa Bay tried to rally as Johnson connected with Winslow again on a 9-yard touchdown pass, but Philadelphia closed out the game with defensive end Darren Howard tackling running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams in his endzone for a safety.

With the loss, the Buccaneers fell to 0–5.

Week 6: vs. Carolina Panthers[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Panthers 0 7 14 7


Buccaneers 7 0 7 7


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Still trying to acquire their first win of the season, the Buccaneers went home for a Week 6 NFC South duel with the Carolina Panthers. Tampa Bay sailed off to a good start in the first quarter with a 20-yard touchdown run from running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams. However, the Panthers would tie the game in the second quarter with running back DeAngelo Williams getting a 20-yard touchdown run.

During the second quarter, punt returner Clifton Smith left the game due to a concussion caused by Panthers cornerback Dante Wesley ramming into Smith. Wesley was flagged for unnecessary roughness and was ejected.

Carolina would take the lead in the third quarter with quarterback Jake Delhomme completing a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jeff King and running back Jonathan Stewart getting a 26-yard touchdown, yet the Buccaneers immediately got themselves back into the game as rookie wide receiver Sammie Stroughter returned the kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown. In the fourth quarter, Tampa Bay tied the game with safety Tanard Jackson's 26-yard interception return for a touchdown. However, the Panthers delivered the final blow with Williams' 1-yard touchdown run.

With the loss, the Buccaneers fell to 0–6.

Week 7: vs. New England Patriots[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Patriots 14 7 7 7


Buccaneers 0 7 0 0


at Wembley Stadium, London, England

Still on the hunt for their first win of the season, the Buccaneers flew to Wembley Stadium for Week 7's NFL International game with the New England Patriots. For this game, Tampa Bay was listed as the home team.

The Buccaneers would trail early in the first quarter as Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather returned an interception 39 yards for a touchdown, followed by quarterback Tom Brady finding wide receiver Wes Welker on a 14-yard touchdown pass. New England increased their lead in the second quarter as Brady completed a 54-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Sam Aiken, yet Tampa Bay would get onto the board with quarterback Josh Johnson completing a 33-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Antonio Bryant.

However, the Patriots took control throughout the second half as Brady hooked up with tight end Benjamin Watson on a 35-yard touchdown pass, while running back Laurence Maroney got himself a 1-yard touchdown run.

With the loss, the Buccaneers went into their bye week at 0–7.

Week 8: BYE[edit | edit source]

Week 9: vs. Green Bay Packers[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Packers 14 7 0 7


Buccaneers 7 10 0 21


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Coming off their bye week, the Buccaneers went home, donned their throwback uniforms, and played a Week 9 duel with the Green Bay Packers. This game would be the first career start for rookie quarterback Josh Freeman.

Tampa Bay would trail early in the first quarter as Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed a 74-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver James Jones. The Buccaneers would get on the board with Freeman finding running back Derrick Ward on a 6-yard touchdown pass, but Green Bay answered with running back Ryan Grant getting a 2-yard touchdown run. In the second quarter, Tampa Bay fired back as cornerback Ronde Barber returned a blocked punt 31 yards for a touchdown, but the Packers replied with Rodgers hooking up with wide receiver Donald Driver on a 32-yad touchdown pass. The Buccaneers would close out the half with kicker Connor Barth booting a 38-yard field goal.

After a scoreless third quarter, Green Bay would strike again in the fourth quarter as Rodgers got a 12-yard touchdown run. Afterwards, Tampa Bay took the lead as Freeman completed a pair of 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kellen Winslow (with a failed two-point conversion) and rookie wide receiver Sammie Stroughter (with a successful two-point conversion pass to wide receiver Michael Clayton). The Packers tried to get a comeback, yet safety Tanard Jackson came through with a 35-yard interception return from a touchdown.

With the win, the Buccaneers improved to 1–7.

Week 10: at Miami Dolphins[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 3 3 3 14


Dolphins 6 13 0 6


at Land Shark Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida

Coming off their home win over the Packers, the Buccaneers flew to Land Shark Stadium for a Week 10 interconference duel with their in-state rival, the Miami Dolphins. In the first quarter, Tampa Bay struck first as kicker Connor Barth got a 51-yard field goal. However, the Dolphins would answer with a 1-yard touchdown run from running back Ronnie Brown (with a blocked PAT). Miami would add onto their lead in the second quarter with a 49-yard field goal from kicker Dan Carpenter. The Buccaneers would reply with Barth's 50-yard field goal, but the Dolphins would take a huge lead as quarterback Chad Henne completed a 5-yard touchdown pass to tight end Kory Sperry, followed by Carpenter getting a 30-yard field goal.

Tampa Bay would get the only score of the third quarter as Barth nailed a 54-yard field goal. The Buccaneers would creep closer in the fourth quarter as rookie quarterback Josh Freeman completed a 33-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Maurice Stovall, yet Miami continued to have their way as Carpenter booted a 45-yard field goal. Tampa Bay would take the lead as running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams got a 1-yard touchdown run, but the Dolphins got the last laugh as Carpenter made the game-winning 25-yard field goal.

With the tough loss, the Buccaneers fell to 1–8.

Week 11: vs. New Orleans Saints[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Saints 7 10 14 7


Buccaneers 7 0 0 0


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Week 12: at Atlanta Falcons[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 10 7 0


Falcons 0 10 3 7


at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia

Trying to avoid a 3 game losing streak, the Buccaneers flew to Georgia Dome for an NFC South rivalry match against the Atlanta Falcons.

In he first quarter the Bucs trailed early as kicker Jason Elam nailed a 45-yard field goal, and then with QB Chris Redman making a 22-yard touchdown pass to RB Jerious Norwood. Then the Bucs replied with QB Josh Freeman making a 42-yard touchdown pass to WR Antonio Bryant, then kicker Connor Barth made a 39-yard field goal. In the third quarter the Bucs took the lead when Freeman hooked up with Cadillac Williams on an 8-yard touchdown pass. Then the Falcons lost the margin when kicker Jason Elam got a 37-yard field goal. In the final seconds of the fourth quarter the Bucs fell behind when Redman made a 5-yard touchdown pass to WR Roddy White.

With the loss, the Buccaneers fell to 1–10 and stay winless on the road after 5 visits. Additionally, the team was officially eliminated from postseason contention.

Week 13: at Carolina Panthers[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 6 0 0


Panthers 10 0 3 3


at Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, North Carolina

Week 14: vs. New York Jets[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Jets 6 13 0 7


Buccaneers 0 0 3 0


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

The Jets were without starting quarterback Mark Sanchez, but the Buccaneers were unable to take advantage. The Tampa Bay defense allowed 175 yards rushing, and quarterback Josh Freeman, coming off a five interception game the previous week, struggled to read New York Jets coach Rex Ryan's exotic blitzes. Freeman finishing the day with three interceptions and a passer rating of just 12.1[17], well below his season average of 59.8.[18]

Week 15: at Seattle Seahawks[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 3 18 3


Seahawks 0 7 0 0


at Qwest Field, Seattle, Washington

Coming off their home loss to the Jets, the Bucs flew to Qwest Field for a week 15 duel against the Seattle Seahawks. After a scoreless first quarter, Seattle got on the board first with QB Matt Hasselbeck's 29 yard pass to tight end John Carlson. The Bucs got on the board with Connor Barth's 28 yard field goal to end the first half.

In the third quarter, Tampa Bay took the lead after a 45 yard field goal and a 22 yard touchdown pass by QB Josh Freeman to running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams, set up by a Tanard Jackson interception. The Buccaneers further extended their lead with a 28 yard pass to running back Derrick Ward, with a successful two point conversion. In the fourth quarter, Barth kicked another field goal for 39 yards. Seattle tried to rally, but Hasselbeck threw an interception (his fourth) in the end zone to cornerback Elbert Mack for a touchback.

With the win, the Buccaneers improved to 2–12. Not only was it their first road win since November 23, 2008, it also marked their first win on the west coast since winning Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego and their first win in Seattle since 1999.

Week 16: at New Orleans Saints[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Buccaneers 0 3 0 14


Saints 14 3 0 0


at Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

The Saints dominated the first quarter and entered halftime riding on a 17–3 lead. Tampa Bay scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, including a 77-yard kick return by Micheal Spurlock, to tie the game at 17. As time expired, Garrett Hartley attempted a 37 yard field goal that would have salvaged the game for the Saints, but the kick hooked left. In overtime, Tampa Bay won the coin toss, received the kickoff, and drove down the field to win the game with a field goal, for a final score of 20–17.

This was the first time in franchise history that the Bucs defeated the eventual Super Bowl champions.

Week 17: vs. Atlanta Falcons[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Falcons 0 10 0 10


Buccaneers 3 0 0 7


at Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

Scores by quarter[edit | edit source]

1 2 3 4 Total
Opponents 71 75 57 73 276
Buccaneers 24 61 17 72 177

Awards[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Selmon To Be First Buc Inducted Into Ring Of Honor". Pewter Report. 22 July 2009. Archived from the original on 2009-08-16. http://www.pewterreport.com/articles/view/5578. Retrieved 20 August 2009.
  2. "Bucs To Unveil Throwback Uniforms On Friday". Pewter Report. 29 July 2009. http://www.pewterreport.com/articles/view/5583. Retrieved 20 August 2009.[dead link]
  3. "Gruden, Allen Dismissed". Buccaneers.com. 16 January 2009. http://www.buccaneers.com/news/newsdetail.aspx?newsid=6912. Retrieved 16 January 2009.
  4. "Raheem Morris, Mark Dominik Step up to Head Jobs". Buccaneers.com. 17 January 2009. http://www.buccaneers.com/news/newsdetail.aspx?newsid=6912. Retrieved 11 February 2009.
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  11. "Tanard Jackson Suspended for Four Games". Buccaneers.com. 18 August 2008. http://www.buccaneers.com/news/newsdetail.aspx?newsid=7246. Retrieved 20 August 2009.
  12. "Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Tanard Jackson suspended four games for substance abuse violation". St. Pete Times. 19 August 2008. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/sportstopstories/tampa-bay-buccaneers-safety-tanard-jackson-suspended-four-games-for/1028748. Retrieved 20 August 2009.
  13. "Tampa Bay Buccaneers Aqib Talib arrested; accused of punching cabbie in Pinellas County". St. Pete Times. 20 August 2008. http://www.tampabay.com/sports/football/bucs/article1029284.ece. Retrieved 20 August 2009.
  14. "PCSO Subject Charge Report". Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. http://pcsoweb.com/InmateBooking/SubjectResults.aspx?id=1368098. Retrieved 20 August 2009.
  15. "Just-hired Jagodzinski fired by Bucs". espn.com. 3 September 2009. http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4442178. Retrieved 4 September 2009.
  16. "Official Gamebook, preseason – Buccaneers at Bills, 9/3/77". BUCPOWER.com. http://www.bucpower.com/05p77gamebook.pdf. Retrieved 16 September 2009.
  17. http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/boxscore;_ylt=AliOl8xJU54w.nsJgRgqixcisLYF?gid=20091213027
  18. http://www.nfl.com/stats/categorystats?season=2009&seasonType=REG&d-447263-o=2&tabSeq=0&statisticCategory=PASSING&d-447263-p=1&d-447263-s=PASSING_PASSER_RATING&d-447263-n=1

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