Millimeter to inches
the number of millimeters and divide by 25.4. You will then get a decimal which
can be converted to an inch.
12.3 millimeters is approximately 1/2 an inch. 12.3031 ÷ 25.4 = .48 or
48% of 1 inch.
Address: One Buccaneers place, Tampa Bay,
Telephone call: (813) 870-2700.
Stadium facts: Capacity: 74,315; playing surface: grasp.
Record Game attendance: 72,077 vs. Chicago, eight October 1989.
margin of victory: 38 (48-10) vs. Atlanta, 13 September 1987.
margin of loss: 42 (42-0) vs. Pittsburgh, five December 1976.
colors: Florida orange, white, and read. Although-president cooling Hugh F.
Head coach: Richard Williamson.
Some team star
players: Ricky Bell, Jimmy Giles, Hugh Green, Kevin house, Lee Roy Selmon,
Vinny Testaverde, James Wilder, Doug Williams.
BAY BUCCANEERS HISTORY|
Tampa Bay joined the NFL as an expansion
team in 1976. The Buccaneers were originally the fifth team in the AFC West, but
move the next year to the NFC Central. The Buccaneers became the first 0-14 team
in NFL history their first season, losing to each of the other AFC teams and to
Seattle (13-10). They're losing streak increased to 26 before they finally defeated
New Orleans 33-14 in 1977. Remarkably, two years later Tampa Bay won the NFC Central
title and proceeded to the NFC championship game, with a Los Angeles Rams 19-0.
That 1979 team and its successors had one of the best defenses in the NFL, led
by superstar defensive end Lee Roy Selmon and linebackers Hugh Green and David
Lewis. The Buccaneers offense was powered first by the running of Ricky Bell and
then by the running and receiving of James Wilder.