It’s finally here. Week one of the 2019 NFL regular season has arrived and your Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing a meaningful football game on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium.
This game has storylines all over the place. How will Bruce Arians debut go with the Buccaneers? Will Kwon Alexander have the best game of his career against his former team? Can the Buccaneers offensive line hold up against an extremely talented defensive line for the 49ers? The list goes on and on, and those topics have been covered all week here at Bucsnation.com. But what’s interesting about this game is its history.
The all-time series matchup is pretty lopsided and not in a good way for Tampa Bay. The two teams have squared off 24 times and the Buccaneers have only won seven of those games.
With that being said, Tampa Bay has won the last two games and since 2003, the Buccaneers are 4-5 against the 49ers, but 3-2 in their last five meetings.
The last matchup was last season when the Buccaneers beat the 49ers 27-9 at Raymond James stadium on November 25.
Of course, Jimmy Garoppolo wasn’t the starting quarterback in that game, so things are much different this time around.
Overall, nine games have been played at Raymond James stadium between these two teams and the Buccaneers are 4-5.
In their 24 games, the 49ers have scored 526 points, while Tampa Bay has scored 386.