Tampa Bay Buccaneers 30  Kansas City Chiefs 13 Sunday 8 October 1978 at Arrowhead Stadium
SCORING KC 13:16-1Q Stenerud FG25 TB 6:02-2Q O'Donoghue FG22 TB 0:31-2Q Owens 10 pass from Williams (O'Donoghue kick) KC 13:37-4Q Stenerud FG30 TB 7:09-4Q DuBose 1 run (kick failed) TB 4:20-4Q Carter 3 run (O'Donoghue kick) KC 3:06-4Q Marshall 26 pass from Adams (Stenerud kick) TB 1:58-4Q DuBose 1 run (O'Donoghue kick)
Doug Williams was named the Offensive Player of the Week as he led the Bucs to three fourth quarter touchdowns and a win over the Chiefs on the road.   Jimmy DuBose became the first Buc to rush for two scores in the same game and Danny Reece added a team record 50-yard punt return to add to the records set.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: DuBose 21-75, Carter 9-19, Bell 6-14, Mucker 1-13, Williams 3-(-2). CHIEFS: Reed 12-42, Bailey 7-23, Lane 9-20, McKnight 5-15, Adams 4-14, Belton 3-6. PASSING BUCS: Williams 23-14-226-0-1. CHIEFS: Adams 28-15-136-2-1. RECEIVING BUCS: Owens 4-72, Mucker 3-81, Bell 2-10, Carter 2-4, Giles 1- 38, McKay 1-12, Obradovich 1-9. CHIEFS: Marshall 5-89, Belton 4-15, White 3-26, Lane 2-12, Bailey 1-(-6). INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Brown 1-24, Reece 1-13. CHIEFS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Ragsdale 1-20, Mucker 1-6, Obradovich 1-6. CHIEFS: Payton 2-90, Beckman 1-18, Sanders 1-13. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Reece 3-64. CHIEFS:  Payton 2-18. SACKS BUCS: none. CHIEFS:  none.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 75 Reavis DE 73 Hannah LG 78 Schumacher DT 76 Pear C 79 Wilson DE 63 L Selmon RG 64 Horton LOLB 57 Lewis RT 70 Carlton LILB 61 D Selmon TE 88 Giles RILB 54 Wood WR 89 McKay ROLB 56 Johnson WR 85 Owens LCB 45 White FB 35 DuBose RCB 40 Washington RB 42 Bell SS 33 Cotney QB 12 Williams FS 34 Brown PLAYED 4 Green, 6 O'Donoghue, 23 Ragsdale, 25 Jordan, 32 L Carter, 38 Davis, 44 Cesare, 46 Reece, 51 Nafziger, 53 Bonness, 55 Brown, 60 Chambers, 67 Moritz, 68 Medlin, 71 Crowder, 74 Freitas, 77 Kollar, 80 Franklin, 82 Darby, 86 Obradovich, 87 Mucker DID NOT PLAY 15 Rae, 19 Huff, 65 Johnson
COMMENTARY CREW Jim Thacker and Roman Gabriel
GAME HIGHLIGHTS Click on the boxes below to view the big plays Morris Owens had another touchdown reception from Doug Williams Jimmy DuBose led the ground game and had two rushing scores Louis Carter added on of his own in the fourth quarter as the Bucs pulled away