INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Williams 9-49, Wilder 11-35, Owens 8-17. REDSKINS: Riggins 34-136, Wonsley 6-22, Harmon 3-13, Theismann 2-6. PASSING BUCS: Williams 27-14-199-0-1. REDSKINS: Theismann 20-12-112-0-1. RECEIVING BUCS: Wilder 5-46, House 4-105, Giles 2-22, T.Bell 1-14, Jones 1- 7, J.Bell 1-5. REDSKINS: Monk 4-41, Brown 3-33, Warren 2-15, Riggins 2-15, Didier 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: none. OPPONENTS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Morton 6-120. OPPONENTS: Nelms 2-41, Williams 1-2. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: T.Bell 3-29. OPPONENTS: Nelms 4-33. SACKS BUCS: Hawkins 2-11, Stalls 1-10, Logan 1-10, Brantley 1-8, Selmon 1-2. OPPONENTS: Manley 1-16, McGee 1-6.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 Washington Redskins 21 Sunday 19 September 1982 at Tampa Stadium
SCORING WAS 3:05-1Q Brown 8 pass from Theismann (kick failed) WAS 0:09-1Q Moseley FG35 TB 14:49-2Q House 62 pass from Williams (kick failed) WAS 6:25-2Q Moseley FG21 WAS 5:20-2Q Jordan recovered blocked punt in the endzone (kick failed) TB 13:56-4Q Wilder 7 run (Capece kick) WAS 4:16-4Q Moseley FG19
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 74 Sanders LDE 65 Stalls LG 68 Yarno NT 76 Logan C 50 Wilson RDE 63 Selmon RG 61 Roberts LOLB 59 Hawkins RT 73 Hannah LILB 56 Johnson WR 89 House RILB 52 Brantley WR 84 Jones ROLB 53 Green TE 88 Giles LCB 41 Thomas FB 32 Wilder SS 20 Colzie RB 26 Owens FS 34 Brown QB 12 Williams RCB 40 Washington SUBSTITUTIONS 1 Morton, 3 Capece, 9 Swider, 21 Holt, 22 Smith, 28 Carver, 30 Barrett, 33 Cotney, 51 Nafziger, 54 Wood, 57 Leonard, 58 Davis, 62 Farrell, 66 Reese, 67 Cobb, 78 Cannon, 82 J Bell, 83 T Bell, 86 Obradovich, 87 Carter, 90 White DID NOT PLAY 11 Golsteyn, 75 Reavis INACTIVE 10 Ford, 24 Morris, 44 Middleton, 81 Tyler
COMMENTARY CREW Frank Gleiber and Joe Greene
This game was affected by a heavy rainstorm that hit Tampa just before kickoff and led to four lost Buccaneer fumbles and the two teams managing to kick just one of four extra points between them. John Riggins led the SuperBowl-bound Redskin rushing attack, as six Tampa Bay sacks of Joe Theismann stopped any Washington aerial attack. Former Buc Curtis Jordan scored after he blocked a Larry Swider punt in the second quarter.    The Redskins did not suffer any interceptions and recovered their only fumble of the game to win the turnover battle that ultimately decided the game. The Bucs' six sacks tied a franchise record and Doug Williams' bomb to Kevin House was the Bucs' longest scoring pass of the season.
GAME HIGHLIGHTS        Click on the boxes below to watch the clip Doug Williams and Kevin House hook up for the first Tampa Bay touchdown Scot Brantley comes up with a sack of Joe Theismann James Wilder plows over the left side for an 7-yard scoring run