INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Bell 19-75, Eckwood 19-28, Williams 2-(-1). VIKINGS: T.Brown 20-85, Kramer 3-22, Foreman 2-3, Young 8-1. PASSING BUCS: Williams 25-12-267-0-0. VIKINGS: Kramer 36-22-223-1-1. RECEIVING BUCS: Hagins 5-149, Giles 2-43, Owens 2-36, Eckwood 2-25, Bell 1-14. VIKINGS: Rashad 7-117, Young 6-45, Brown 6-35, LeCount 1-17, Tucker 1-7, Voight 1-2 . INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Washington 1-15. VIKINGS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Nafziger 1-17, Ragsdale 1-0. VIKINGS:  Edwards 3-58, Voight 1-0. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Reece 3-8. VIKINGS:  Edwards 4-45. SACKS BUCS: Chambers 2.5-2, L.Selmon 1-1, Lewis 0.5-1. VIKINGS:  Marshall 1-9.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12 Minnesota Vikings 10 Sunday 28 October 1979 at Metropolitan Stadium
SCORING TB 11:09-1Q O'Donoghue FG22 MIN 3:41-2Q Danmeier FG28 MIN 0:15-2Q Voight 2 pass from Kramer (Danmeier kick) TB 4:27-3Q O'Donoghue FG44 TB 14:13-4Q Bell 2 run (kick failed)
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 75 Reavis LDE 60 Chambers LG 64 Horton NT 71 Crowder C 50 Wilson RDE 63 Selmon RG 61 Roberts LOLB 57 Lewis RT 73 Hannah LILB 58 Selmon WR 85 Owens RILB 54 Wood WR 81 Hagins ROLB 56 Johnson TE 88 Giles LCB 45 White FB 43 Eckwood SS 33 Cotney RB 42 Bell FS 34 Brown QB 12 Williams   RCB 40 Washington SUBSTITUTIONS 6 O'Donoghue, 16 Blanchard, 23 Ragsdale, 25 Jordan, 27 T Davis, 36 Berns, 38 J Davis, 44 Cesare, 46 Reece, 51 Nafziger, 53 Bonness, 55 Brown , 66 Yarno, 69 Austin, 70 Carlton, 74 Sanders, 77 Kollar, 79 Lewis, 84 Jones, 86 Obradovich, 87 Mucker DID NOT PLAY 14 Fusina,15 Rae
COMMENTARY CREW Frank Gleiber and Roman Gabriel
The Vikings had won six straight NFC Central Division titles but this win in Minnesota put the Bucs at 7-2 and on course to their own first such title.  Ricky Bell's 2-yard run 47 seconds into the final quarter was the game-winner, following a pair of long passes from Doug Williams to Isaac Hagins to set up the score. Richard Wood had 14 tackles and Wally Chambers two sacks, as the Buc defense kept the Vikings at bay for the rest of the fourth quarter.
GAME HIGHLIGHTS        Click on the boxes below to watch the clip Mike Washington intercepted Tommy Kramer’s deflected pass to help set up a Buccaneer score Neil O’Donoghue’ second fieldgoal from 44 yards brought the Bucs closer Ricky Bell put the Bucs ahead for good with his fourth quarter touchdown run