Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35  Minnesota Vikings 31 Sunday 7 October 1984        at Tampa Stadium
SCORING MIN 10:22-1Q Brown 1 run (Stenerud kick) MIN 6:15-1Q Brown 13 pass from Kramer (Stenerud kick) TB 0:40-1Q Armstrong 1 run (Ariri kick) TB 12:24-2Q House 7 pass from DeBerg (Ariri kick) MIN 9:53-2Q Mularkey 1 pass from Kramer (Stenerud kick) TB 5:15-2Q Wilder 11 run (Ariri kick) TB 5:29-3Q Carter 6 pass from DeBerg (Ariri kick) MIN 8:27-4Q Stenerud FG20 TB 5:05-4Q Wilder 10 run (Ariri kick) MIN 1:10-4Q Anderson 6 run (Stenerud kick)
The second straight high-scoring game for the Bucs that saw them even their record on the season at 3-3. The Vikings outgained the Bucs 543-314 in total yardage, but five Minnesota turnovers proved to be the difference.  David Logan forced two fumbles and Kevin House had his first 100-yard receiving game of the season.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Wilder 25-89, Morton 3-16, Armstrong 1-1, DeBerg 2-(-4). VIKINGS: Brown 9-80, Anderson 18-78, Waddy 2-13, Manning 1-0, Kramer 2-(-2). PASSING BUCS: DeBerg 29-16-212-0-2. VIKINGS: Kramer 47-27-386-2-2, Manning 2-1-7-0-0. RECEIVING BUCS: House 7-126, Wilder 6-40, Giles 1-22, J.Bell 1-18, Carter 1-6. VIKINGS: Brown 8-71, Jones 6-110, Lewis 4-72, Jordan 4-54, White 3-71, Nelson 2-14, Mularkey 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Holt 1-25, Brantley 1-13. VIKINGS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Morton 4-79, Wood 1-14. VIKINGS: Waddy 3-64, Anderson 3-48. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Bright 1-6. VIKINGS: Lewis 2-18, Waddy 1-(-3). SACKS BUCS: Logan 2-15, Selmon 1-4. VIKINGS: none.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 74 Sanders LDE 78 Cannon LG 72 Courson DT 76 Logan C 50 Wilson RDE 63 Selmon RG 62 Farrell LOLB 56 Johnson RT 73 Heller LILB 58 Davis TE 88 Giles RILB 52 Brantley TE 82 Bell ROLB 57 Browner WR 89 House LCB 23 Castille QB 14 Thompson RCB 21 Holt FB 46 Armstrong SS 43 Reece RB 32 Wilder FS 34 Brown PLAYED 2 Ariri, 5 Garcia, 16 Kiel, 20 Morton, 24 Harvey, 27 Acorn, 29 Bright, 33 Cotney, 41 Thomas, 51 Washington, 54 Wood, 55 Spradlin, 60 Grimes, 65 Jackson, 67 Morgan, 71 Braggs, 79 Kaplan, 81 Tuttle, 83 T Bell, 85 Witte, 86 Carroll, 87 Carter DID NOT PLAY 14 Thompson, 25 Dierking, 53 Green, 70 Thomas, 75 Manor
COMMENTARY CREW Verne Lundqvist and Terry Bradshaw
GAME HIGHLIGHTS         Click on the boxes below to watch the clip Five Buccaneer touchdowns naturally meant one for Kevin House And another for Gerald Carter as Steve DeBerg’s favourite targets found the endzone This was one of James Wilder’s two rushing touchdowns in the victory