Watch Young Bucs Fan Pump Fans Up with Tampa Bay Cheerleaders

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Watch Young Bucs Fan Pump Fans Up with Tampa Bay Cheerleaders
Josh Freeman and the Bucs are still in the NFC postseason mix.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans got a spark on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.

This kid has some serious moves as well, which would make for one cool touchdown dance.

If anything, you can see the choreography with the cheerleaders in the background, so this fan presents impressive talent.

Unfortunately, it didn't immediately ignite the team enough, as Tampa Bay was losing to Philly 10-0 at halftime.

However, the Buccaneers did finally reach the end zone in the third quarter as Josh Freeman connected with Mike Williams from one yard out.

As a result of the young fan and Tampa Bay scoring, the Twitterverse was quite interesting.

Prior to Tampa Bay's First Score

What Set Up the Buccaneers' TD

Truth, Even Before It Actually Happened

Pessimistic or Realistic?

Adding to the eventful day at the New Sombrero is the organization celebrating the 10th anniversary of winning Super Bowl XXXVII. In an article by Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times:

The 10th anniversary reunion of their Super Bowl XXXVII championship team is scheduled for halftime of the Dec. 9 game versus Philadelphia at Raymond James Stadium.

“I told Jon [Gruden], I can’t go without you,’’ [Warren] Sapp said. “Just like that cover of Sports Illustrated (Sept. 9, 2002) when you said you’re not taking that picture with Keyshawn (Johnson)? I’m not coming back to this reunion without you.

Factor in the Buccaneers gaining the lead in the second half and the Week 14 celebration nearly panned out well for Tampa Bay. However, it was not to be as Philly pulled the miraculous upset in the end.

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