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The Bucs have dealt with their fair share of injuries this season, and they’ve severely affected the team. But they are relatively healthy heading into the season finale.
The Bucs have struggled in the secondary all season long, and will have to deal with the Falcons’ passing attack. But they may get Eric Wright back from his suspension.
Somehow, the Bucs were able to get the offense going late. And an overtime win pushed their record to 6-4.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers seem to have the Minnesota Vikings’ number. These two teams have faced off seven times since 2001 with the Bucs winning the last six meetings. The Bucs were the underdogs heading into the game Thursday night, but they quickly showed what the team is made of.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers let another close game slip away. The Bucs were leading the first quarter but let the New Orleans Saints back in the game in the second quarter. By halftime, Saints quarterback Drew Brees had thrown for over 300 yards and three touchdowns. The Bucs defense was able to hold Brees the second half of the game, but the Bucs still came up short.
Everything seemed to be working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The bye week seemed to be what they needed. They outscored the Kansas City Chiefs 38-10 even though the Chiefs led in time of possession.
As a whole, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been playing well but just can’t convert offensive drives into points. They show signs of a winning team, but not on a consistent basis. The key to their success is consistency.
After a slow start, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers started to play hard the second half against the Washington Redskins, but ran out of time to win.