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by: George Willis — New York Post 21 Sep
The Panthers were trying to fool the Buccaneers. Cam Newton began inching toward the line of scrimmage clearing a direct snap to Christian McCaffrey who caught the ball and headed for the left corner
by: Scott Reynolds — Pewter Report 20 Sep
Will the Bucs trade for Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey? That and more can be found in this week's edition of SR's Fab 5.
by: Scott Smith — NFL: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 Sep
WR Chris Godwin was the Bucs' top offensive weapon in their win over Carolina on Thursday night, but it was his work outside the stat sheet that convinced Bruce Arians to give him a game ball
by: Eric Branch — San Francisco Chronicle 13 Sep
In November, in a blowout win against the Raiders, 49ers running back Raheem Mostert scored his first career touchdown on a 52-yard run. For Mostert, who had previously been pegged as strictly a special-teams player, it was more than a milestone. It...
by: Yahoo Sports — Yahoo Sports: Shutdown Corner 13 Sep
The Bucs' rookie linebacker was held out of most of Thursday's game for precautionary reasons.
by: Scott Reynolds — Pewter Report 13 Sep
Bucs outside linebacker Shaq Barrett's three sacks helped the defense shut down the Panthers offense and hold Carolina to four field goals.
by: Max Henson — NFL: Carolina Panthers 13 Sep
Running back Christian McCaffrey blamed himself. Truth is, the Buccaneers deserve credit for defending the play as well as they did.
by: Josh Klein — The Riot Report 13 Sep
The Panthers couldn’t finish on Thursday night, barely losing to the Tampa Bay Bucs 20-14 on a goalline stop. Here are the plays that mattered most.
by: Scott Polacek — Bleacher Report 13 Sep
Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly isn't panicking following his team's 0-2 start. "The sky is not falling," he said after Thursday's 20-14 home loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers , per David Newton of ESPN...
by: Brendan Marks — The Herald 13 Sep
The Carolina Panthers’ offense was terrible in the team’s second straight loss, this time to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Quarterback Cam Newton was inaccurate and fumbled, and his offensive line was beaten often.
by: Jenna Laine, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN 13 Sep
The shift to Todd Bowles' aggressive defense is paying off for the Bucs, who shut down Cam Newton and Christian McCaffrey in Thursday's comeback win.