HIGHLIGHTS: Bucs at Saints
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans needed overtime to settle their Week 5 meeting. In overtime, Running back Khiry Robinson sealed it for the Saints with an 18-yard touchdown run, Saints win 37-31.
Saints Take Last Shot in OT Shootout
Both teams rallied from a double-digit deficit on Sunday in New Orleans, but it was the Saints who scored the game’s final touchdown on the only drive in overtime in a 37-31 win over the Bucs.
Five Reasons for Overtime Sunday
How did the Buccaneers end up fighting for the win during an extra period Sunday in the Superdome? Some of it, like third-down defense, was good; some of it, like a rash of penalties; was bad
Most Disappointing Buccaneers at Saints | Pewter Report
Which Buccaneers were the most disappointing in Tampa Bay's 37-31 overtime loss at New Orleans?
Bucs Squander Win in Big Easy, Lose 37-31 In OT | Pewter Report
Tampa Bay owned a pair of 11-point, second-half leads but couldn't make it hold up, losing in overtime to New Orleans, 37-31.
Most Impressive Buccaneers at Saints | Pewter Report
Who were the most impressive Buccaneers in Tampa Bay's 37-31 loss in overtime at New Orleans? Find out right here.
Mike Glennon has earned Buccaneers starting QB job - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
Mike Glennon has earned the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' starting quarterback job even after Josh McCown returns from injury.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers can't overcome critical penalties - ESPN
Tampa Bay Buccaneers are flagged 15 times inan overtime loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Stock Watch: Buccaneers - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Blog - ESPN
FALLING Cornerback Johnthan Banks. He had his first interception of the season against the Saints. But Banks also committed a hands-to-the-face penalty.
Bucs' Lansanah makes most of expanded role against Saints | Tampa Bay Times
NEW ORLEANS — The last time Danny Lansanah came to the Superdome, he got on the field on special teams for his first NFL appearance in more than five years. Sunday, he had a much more central role, picking off a Drew Brees pass in the third quarter and returning it 33 yards for a touchdown, his second pick-six of the young season.
Bucs shoot themselves in the foot with penalties| Tampa Bay Times
Maybe instead of passing out playbooks in training camp, Bucs coach Lovie Smith should pass out a rules book.
Bucs blow late lead, lose to Saints in OT | Tampa Bay Times
NEW ORLEANS — The mathematical swing is easier to explain. The Bucs blew an 11-point lead in the fourth quarter, lost it in the fifth quarter and set off a celebration in the French Quarter after their 37-31 overtime loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Bucs defense fails to protect 11-point lead | Tampa Bay Times
NEW ORLEANS The game was on their shoulders now.Who would suspect the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would collapse under the weight?