Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16 St.Louis Cardinals 0 Sunday 10 November 1985 at Tampa Stadium
SCORING TB 4:12-1Q Igwebuike FG47 TB 9:10-2Q Armstrong 1 pass from DeBerg (Igwebuike kick) TB 14:45-4Q Igwebuike FG46 TB 9:10-4Q Igwebuike FG50
The Bucs finally won a game in 1985 and did it with only their second shut-out in team history following the division clincher six years earlier against the Chiefs.   Three long fieldgoals by Donald Igwebuike, a career high receiving day by Jimmie Giles, and a typical workload performance by James Wilder were the offensive highlights.   The defense preserved the shutout by forcing three turrnovers.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Wilder 29-120, DeBerg 2-4. CARDINALS: Mitchell 18-64, Ferrell 5-28, Anderson 1-3, Lomax 1-0. PASSING BUCS: DeBerg 27-11-196-1-1. CARDINALS: Lomax 33-21-197-2-0. RECEIVING BUCS: Giles 6-134, Carter 2-49, House 1-6, Magee 1-6, Armstrong 1-1. CARDINALS: Smith 5-47, Ferrell 5-39, Mitchell 5-38, Marsh 4- 53, Tilley 2-20. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Davis 1-22, Holt 1-3. CARDINALS: Junior 1-0. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Prior 1-22. CARDINALS: Duncan 5-116. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Prior 1-3. CARDINALS: Smith 2-36. SACKS BUCS: Cannon 1-4, Browner 0.5-4.5, Morgan 0.5-4.5. CARDINALS: Nunn 1-14.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 62 Farrell DE 78 Cannon LG 72 Courson DT 76 Logan C 60 Grimes DE 90 Holmes RG 68 Mallory LOLB 54 Randle RT 73 Heller LILB 58 Davis TE 88 Giles RILB 56 Johnson TE 86 Magee ROLB 51 Washington WR 87 Carter LCB 23 Castille WR 89 House RCB 21 Holt RB 32 Wilder SS 31 Curry QB 17 DeBerg FS 44 Sully PLAYED 1 Igwebuike, 5 Garcia, 7 Risher, 24 Prior, 25 Howard, 30 Greenwood, 40 Armstrong, 55 D Johnson, 57 Browner, 64 Shearin, 65 Fielder, 67 Morgan, 75 Lindstrom, 79 Kaplan, 80 Dunn, 81 Freeman, 83 T Bell, 85 Witte DID NOT PLAY 8 Young, 20 Springs, 52 Brantley, 61 Kersten, 71 Studaway
COMMENTARY CREW Verne Lundqvist and Terry Bradshaw
GAME HIGHLIGHTS           Click on the boxes below to watch the clip Adger Armstrong had the only touchdown of the game on a full back pass to the goal-line Jeff Davis had himself an interception off Neil Lomax Donald Igwebuike had his third long fieldgoal of the game to complete the scoring