1999 Tampa Bay Buccaneers schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
11-5-0 1-1 4643 2746 1897 38 269 4746 3242 1504 36 255
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' twenty-fourth season was in 1999, and it was the fourth season Tony Dungy served as the head coach of the team. The Buccaneers played their home games at Raymond James Stadium. They finished the year 11-5-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC Central, and 1-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the St. Louis Rams 11-6. At the end of the season, Warren Sapp was awarded with the AP Defensive Player of the Year award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 New York Giants 13-17
Week 2 @ Philadelphia Eagles 19-5
Week 3 Denver Broncos 13-10
Week 4 @ Minnesota Vikings 14-21
Week 5 @ Green Bay Packers 23-26
Week 7 Chicago Bears 6-3
Week 8 @ Detroit Lions 3-20
Week 9 @ New Orleans Saints 31-16
Week 10 Kansas City Chiefs 17-10
Week 11 Atlanta Falcons 19-10
Week 12 @ Seattle Seahawks 16-3
Week 13 Minnesota Vikings 24-17
Week 14 Detroit Lions 23-16
Week 15 @ Oakland Raiders 0-45
Week 16 Green Bay Packers 29-10
Week 17 @ Chicago Bears 20-6


Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Washington Redskins 14-13
Conference Championship @ St. Louis Rams 6-11

1999 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tony Dungy Assistant Head Coach: Herman Edwards Offensive Coordinator: Mike Shula Defensive Coordinator: Monte Kiffin Quarterbacks Coach: Clyde Christensen Wide Receivers Coach: Charlie Williams Offensive Line Coach: Chris Foerster Running Backs Coach: Tony Nathan Tight Ends Coach: Ricky Thomas Offensive Assistant Coach: Wendell Avery Defensive Line Coach: Rod Marinelli Linebackers Coach: Lovie Smith Defensive Backs Coach: Herman Edwards Defensive Assistant Coach: Kevin O'Dea Special Teams Coach: Joe Marciano Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mark Asanovich Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Les Ebert, Aaron Komarek General Manager: Rich McKay Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Ron Holder