Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20 Los Angeles Rams 26 Sunday 5 October 1986 at Anaheim Stadium
SCORING LA 8:04-1Q Redden 1 run (Lansford kick) LA 4:24-1Q Dickerson 40 run (Lansford kick) TB 9:43-2Q Young 4 run (Igwebuike kick) LA 4:56-2Q Lansford FG34 TB 1:51-2Q Igwebuike FG26 TB 5:42-3Q Wonsley 59 run (Igwebuike kick) LA 9:41-4Q Lansford FG40 TB 0:00-4Q Igwebuike FG37 LA 12:44-OT Dickerson 42 run
Eric Dickerson had his second huge game against the Bucs and went over 200 yards with his overtime game-winner from the Buc 42-yard line. Tampa Bay had tied the game at the end of regulation when Steve Young led a drive that started from the Buc one-foot line that culminated in Donald Igwebuike's 37-yard FG.  Nathan Wonsley had his second 100-yard game of the year, including a 59-yard TD run that tied the score after the Rams had taken an early lead.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Wonsley 18-108, Young 8-37, Wilder 10-29, Springs 1-0. RAMS: Dickerson 30-207, Redden 11-50, Guman 1-(-1), Brown 1- (-5). PASSING BUCS: Young 20-8-83-0-0. RAMS: Dils 22-11-118-0-0. RECEIVING BUCS: Carter 5-52, Freeman 1-15, Giles 1-8, Wonsley 1-8. RAMS: Brown 3-32, Dickerson 2-38, Duckworth 2-23, Redden 2- 11, Young 1-10, Hill 1-(-4). INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: none. RAMS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Freeman 5-120. RAMS: Brown 2-40, Guman 1-16, White 1-2, Love 1-(6). PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Futrell 3-27. RAMS:  Sutton 4-37, Johnson 0-0. SACKS BUCS: Browner 1-12. RAMS: Greene 2-12, Reed 1-9, Miller 1-2.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 74 Powell DE 78 Cannon LG 66 Yarno DT 76 Logan C 60 Grimes DE 98 Keys RG 62 Farrell LOLB 57 Browner RT 73 Heller LILB 58 Davis TE 88 Giles RILB 52 Brantley WR 89 House ROLB 51 Washington WR 87 Carter LCB 26 Easmon FB 86 Magee RCB 22 Jones RB 32 Wilder SS 41 Swoope QB 8 Young FS 44 Sully PLAYED 1 Igwebuike, 5 Garcia, 17 DeBerg, 20 Springs, 21 McKeever, 31 Curry, 34 Boatner, 36 Futrell, 46 Wonsley, 54 Randle, 56 Walker, 59 Murphy, 67 Morgan, 68 Mallory, 71 Nelson, 72 Taylor, 77 Maarleveld, 80 Williams, 81 Freeman, 82 Bell DID NOT PLAY 23 Castille, 84 Harris, 90 Holmes
COMMENTARY CREW Wayne Walker and Johnny Morris
GAME HIGHLIGHTS           Click on the boxes below to watch the clip For the third straight game Steve Young had a rushing touchdown Nathan Wonsley did score on this play although it looked like he was down at the one-foot line Donald Igwebuike sent the game into overtime completing a drive that started at the Tampa goal-line