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Established in 1976, cheap Buccaneers jerseys overhaul to a more contemporary look in 1997 positively impacted what was previously a dreadful franchise forever.
Often associated with tangerines, the Buccaneers’ eye sore bright orange jerseys during their inaugural season were almost as bad as their record. Tampa Bay lost its first 26 games with the orange, red and white look, completed with a white helmet featuring “Buccaneer Bruce” decals on each side. The scheme didn’t translate well in-person or on television, orange tops with white numerals outlined in red. They became known as the “Creamsicle” jerseys. The Bucs introduced orange pants on the road in 1992.
Tampa Bay’s ownership was in dire need of a revamping and that happened before the turn of the century when the franchise revealed a more intimidating set of threads. “Buccaneer Bruce” was dropped for a menacing skull and crossed sabres logo with a football at the center.
With orange thrown away, the Bucs added pewter which became an instant hit as the main color of the team’s gameday helmet and pants. Tampa Bay didn’t bring the “Creamsicles” back until the 2009 season as a throwback combination.
The Bucs’ current combinations include white or red jerseys with white or pewter pants. Each set of pants include contrasting stripes with hints of black. There’s a single throwback jersey available as well — orange jersey with white pants and a white shell.
Of the franchise’s 10 all-time playoff appearances, six have come since Tampa Bay went to its pewter, red and black get ups in 2002 — the Bucs’ only Super Bowl title-winning season.