NFL Week 11: Jonas Gray's four touchdowns leads Patriots over Colts | The MMQB with Peter King
On Sunday morning, none of the eight divisions were tied at the top. On Sunday evening, four were. Three hours after the Browns were alone in first place in the AFC North, they were tied for last in the AFC North.
Evans Leads Bucs to Big Win in D.C.
Led by WR Mike Evans, who matched a feat last accomplished by Randy Moss in 1998, the Bucs defeated the Redskins, 27-7, Sunday in Washington. Tampa Bay’s defense contributed six sacks and three takeaways.
Four Sunday Stars NOT Named Mike Evans
Mike Evans was the most prolific Buc on Sunday at FedExField, but his team wouldn't have come away with a 20-point win without the contributions of Jacquies Smith, Orie Lemon and several others
Finally, a dose of Buc Ball for Tampa Bay Buccaneers - ESPN
Tampa Bay Buccaneers' win over Washington Redskins showed everyone what Buc Ball is supposed to look like
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans can even call the plays - ESPN
The rookie brings more skills than you realize.
Inspired By Moss, Evans Has A Record-Setting Day In Bucs' Win | Pewter Report
Bucs rookie WR Mike Evans watched a Randy Moss documentary on Saturday night and played like his idol on Sunday, catching seven passes for 209 yards and 2 TDs.
Most Impressive Buccaneers at Redskins | Pewter Report
There were several impressive performances by the Buccaneers in Sunday's 27-7 win at Washington. Find out who impressed right here.
Most Disappointing Buccaneers at Redskins | Pewter Report
Some players didn’t play well in Tampa Bay's 27-7 win at Washington and make the list of the most disappointing Buccaneers.
Buccaneers defense wreaks havoc on RGIII | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
LANDOVER, Md. — They took turns frolicking in the Washington backfield, giving beleaguered quarterback Robert Griffin III an up close-and-personal look at the FedExField turf.
Big effort from Evans helps Bucs record needed win | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
LANDOVER, Md. — Like a team mom, MaryAnne Smith stood just outside the doorway to the Buccaneers’ locker room at FedExField late Sunday afternoon all bundled up in black and handing out hugs.
Bucs’ offensive line finally offers McCown protection | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
After a rough four-game stretch of allowing 16 sacks, Tampa Bay’s offensive line gave Josh McCown ample time to find rookie wide receiver Mike Evans downfield for big plays.
Buccaneers rookie Evans is playing like the ‘Next One’ | TBO.com, The Tampa Tribune and The Tampa Times
LANDOVER, Md. — This is how it works when you’re on fire like Bucs rookie receiver Mike Evans is on fire. You see something, you say something, you do something. You make a touchdown.
Lansanah, Banks sparked Bucs early with takeaways | Tampa Bay Times
LANDOVER, Md. -- Early in the week, Bucs coach Lovie Smith showed his defense clips from his Bears days, showing players like Charles Tillman piling up takeaways with confidence and instincts, changing games by winning the turnover battle.
Rookie Sims emerges as Bucs' primary running back | Tampa Bay Times
LANDOVER, Md. -- In a game in which the Bucs won with long pass plays, a significant shift came in the backfield, where rookie Charles Sims got the majority of the touches among running backs in Sunday's 27-7 win over the Redskins.
Bucs' win a sneak preview of team Lovie Smith wants to be | Tampa Bay Times
This is how it was supposed to look all along.
Mike Evans, Tampa Bay Bucs rout Washington, 27-7 | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — Mike Evans is only a rookie, so there is a steep learning curve. He's going to make mistakes. You can't expect him to be a finished product at age 21.
SB Nation joins It's On Us campaign to combat sexual assault | Vox Media Blog
SB Nation joins It's On Us campaign to combat sexual assault One in five women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted in college in the United States. That is a sobering statistic. SB Nation is...
Federal drug agents launch surprise inspections of NFL teams following games - The Washington Post
Federal agents searched bags and questioned team doctors as part of an ongoing investigation into prescription drug abuse in the league.