Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 New Orleans Saints 20 Sunday 22 September 1985 at the Superdome
SCORING NO 4:07-1Q Hardy 23 pass from DWilson (Andersen kick) TB 13:34-2Q Igwebuike FG38 NO 8:38-2Q Brenner 3 pass from DWilson (Andersen kick) TB 1:49-2Q Igwebuike FG51 NO 0:41-3Q Andersen FG37 NO 4:04-3Q Andersen FG40 TB 1:01-4Q Carter 22 pass from DeBerg (Igwebuike kick)
Dave Wilson led the Saints to their first win of the season with a pair of first half TD passes and the Bucs fell to 0-3 in spite of James Wilder's seventh straight 100-yard rushing game.  Jerry Bell had his best receiving game as a pro but the Bucs could get no closer than seven points on Steve DeBerg's 4th quarter TD pass to Gerald Carter.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Wilder 26-114. SAINTS: Gajan 18-67, Campbell 14-47, W.Wilson 2-4, D.Wilson 4-(-6). PASSING BUCS: DeBerg 44-22-252-2-1. SAINTS: D.Wilson 25-16-246-0-2. RECEIVING BUCS: J.Bell 8-89, Wilder 6-40, Witte 3-28, T.Bell 2-45, Carter 2- 40, House 1-10. SAINTS: Brenner 4-54, Martin 4-53, Goodlow 3-80, Gajan 2-12, Hardy 1-23, Campbell 1-14, Scott 1-10. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: none. SAINTS: Hoage 1-21, Wattelet 1-0. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Freeman 2-41, Bright 1-21. SAINTS: Martin 1-51, Anthony 1-20. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Bright 2-17. SAINTS: Martin 3-27. SACKS BUCS: Jackson 2-18, Paul 2-14. SAINTS: Greenwood 1-11, Green 1-9.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 66 Yarno DE 78 Cannon LG 72 Courson DT 76 Logan C 60 Grimes DE 90 Holmes RG 62 Farrell LOLB 51 Washington RT 73 Heller LILB 58 Davis TE 88 Giles RILB 52 Brantley TE 82 Bell ROLB 53 Green WR 87 Carter LCB 23 Castille WR 89 House RCB 21 Holt RB 32 Wilder SS 30 Greenwood QB 17 DeBerg FS 44 Sully PLAYED 1 Igwebuike, 5 Garcia, 7 Risher, 20 Springs, 24 Prior, 29 Bright, 31 Curry, 40 Armstrong, 47 Dombrowski, 54 Randle, 56 Johnson, 57 Browner, 65 Fielder, 67 Morgan, 68 Mallory, 79 Kaplan, 81 Freeman, 83 T Bell, 85 Witte, 86 Magee DID NOT PLAY 8 Young, 74 Sanders, 75 Lindstrom
COMMENTARY CREW Verne Lundqvist and Terry Bradshaw
GAME HIGHLIGHTS           Click on the boxes below to watch the clip David Greenwood recorded his NFL sack on a blind-side safety blitz Hugh Green’s sack should have been ruled a fumble but for a way-too-quick in-the-grasp whistle Gerald Carter had the Bucs’ only touchdown of the game