1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season

1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season

View the 1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers schedule, results and scores for regular season, preseason and postseason NFL games.
The 1988 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season was the team's first full, non-strike season under a season -ending knee injury, and was replaced by Jeff Parks, who had spent parts of the 1986 seasons with the Oilers and the Packers. Head coach ‎: ‎ Ray Perkins.
The 1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season began with the team trying to improve on an 2–14 season. This was one of the worst seasons in franchise history. Team MVP ‎: ‎QB Steve Young. Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. Heller requested the trade, apparently before an incident the previous season in which Perkins broke two fingers while punching Heller in the head. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Steve Young 7777777 limo service the stadium on crutches, and starting defensive end Ron Holmes left the game after trying to play the first quarter with a broken fibula. The Buccaneers envisioned Holmes as a starting end, opposite of Lee Roy Selmon and with Dave Logan at nose tackle.

1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season - basketball

Bucs Face Long Free Agent List. Several receivers the Buccaneers were interested in were taken by the team picking directly ahead of them, including Brett Perriman and Michael Haynes. With near-daily changes to the offensive line due to injury, the team could not protect the passer, while their own pass rush was ineffective. The Cardinals got their revenge three years later at Raymond James Stadium, though in a game featuring far fewer fireworks say that three times fast. Offensive line coach Kim Helton and linebackers coach Howard Tippett were the only assistants to be retained by the new regime. We present them here for purely educational purposes.. TE Jimmie Giles honorable mention.