NFL scores and more, Week 9: What happened Sunday - SBNation.com
Carolina is the best team in the NFC. Period.
Jeff Fisher calls Rodney Harrison's cheap shot accusations 'absolutely absurd' - SBNation.com
Jeff Fisher wasn't too pleased to hear Rodney Harrison's accusations, and named off a list of Harrison's penalties from his playing days.
MMBM: Chastised Packers fans in Carolina are the real heroes - SBNation.com
Goes both ways.
Bears vs. Chargers 2015 final score: Chicago inches past San Diego, 22-19, in another Monday night thriller - SBNation.com
Another Monday night, another tight fourth-quarter finish. This time, Philip Rivers' magic ran out late after he brilliantly weathered injuries to a patchwork offense.
The football Cam Newton chased down to give away went to a 6-year-old who recently lost his father - SBNation.com
Cam Newton made a special Panthers game even more memorable for one fan.
'Monday Night Football' schedule and results: Bears hold on to win - SBNation.com
The Bears used a one-handed catch by tight end Zach Miller to take the lead and then their defense went to work to hold off the Chargers for a 22-19 victory.
Bucs Rewind: New York Giants
Two takeaways and a gutsy touchdown run by Jameis Winston - Relive all of the Sunday's action, here, as the Buccaneers take the Giants down to the last play of the game.
Behind-the-Scenes: Buccaneers vs. Giants
Behind-the-scenes photos of the Buccaneers vs. Giants game at Raymond James Stadium on November 8th.
Lovie Smith's Takeaways from Bucs-Giants
Upon Further Review: After reviewing the tape of Sunday's game in Washington, Lovie Smith shared some new thoughts on lineup changes, cornerstone defenders and another rebound opportunity.
Defensive Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Giants | Pewter Report
Just from looking at stats – 213 passing yards allowed and 114 rushing – Sunday's defensive performance would seem to indicate improvement from last week.
Offensive Game Grades: Buccaneers vs. Giants | Pewter Report
When looking back at Sunday's offensive performance, dropped passes are what will be remembered.
McCoy Explains Frustration, Vows To Be Better | Pewter Report
The frustration of Sunday’s 32-18 loss got to Gerald McCoy, so much so that the Bucs defensive captain stormed out of the locker room to avoid talking to the media. Or, more accurately, avoid saying something he would regret.
Monday Afterthoughts: Finishing Issues | Pewter Report
"Leaving it all out on the field" is usually a compliment in sports. So far in Tampa Bay this year … that’s not completely the case.
Florida man charged with trying to burn Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 80x50 foot flag
Police say the fire-retardant Buccaneers flag did not actually go up in flames, but a small part of it was damaged.
Police: Giants fan tries to burn huge Bucs flag | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
A New York Giants fan from North Palm Beach tried to burn a giant Bucs flag at the team’s headquarters after Sunday’s game at Raymond James Stadium, police said.
Bucs Gerald McCoy frustrated, vows to do more | TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA — Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has suffered through personal performance slumps before. It’s been a while, though, since he struggled through one as frustrating as the one he’s battling through now.
Frustrated Gerald McCoy: 'I have to do more. I understand that.' | Tampa Bay Times
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy left the locker room following the Bucs' 32-18 loss to the New York Giants Sunday night after declining to speak to reporters for probably the first time in his Pro Bowl career.
Giants-Bucs Turning Point: Mike Evans' drops, Lovie Smith's fourth down calls | Tampa Bay Times
In each of their past three games, the Buccaneers had trouble holding leads. Against the New York Giants on Sunday, they had trouble holding onto the football.
Bucs want improvement from McCoy, David | Tampa Bay Times
TAMPA — You can find the answer to just about anything on Google. Look on Facebook and locate old classmates. Ask Siri for directions and never get lost.
Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota are truly exceptional.
Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota were expected by many to become great -- that's why they were the top two picks in the Draft -- but the level of their play is exceptional, beating out most other rookies in NFL history.