Here's Why The Buccaneers Won’t Be Able To Fire Cannons At Super Bowl
© Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports
Even though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be playing in their own Raymond James Stadium for this year's Super Bowl, they won't be able to enjoy the usual home fanfare, like firing their famous in-stadium cannons. Here's why...

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Must be an NFC a south thing: After big plays with Atlanta in the Super Bowl, the Falcons fire their staff.
Reply4 months
They should just fire it after EACH team makes a big play.
Reply4 months
They should just fire it at random times during the game. Surprise the hell out of everyone.
4 months
The NFL is costing pyro people their jobs. They were on the news this morning saying the local financial impact from this Super Bowl will be minimal.
Reply4 months
Just take a knee...that seems to solve all problems and issues doesn't it?
4 months
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