Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 Indianapolis Colts 3 Sunday 22 December 1991 at Tampa Stadium
SCORING IND 14:55-2Q Biasucci FG39 TB 0:21-2Q Carrier 29 pass from Testaverde (Christie kick) TB 6:34-3Q Dawsey 9 run (Christie kick) TB 13:36-4Q Christie FG28
The Bucs finished Richard Williamson's thankfully-brief head coaching career in Tampa Bay with a win over the equally inept Colts. Vinny threw three picks but managed to connect with Mark Carrier for one score, whilst Lawrence Dawsey capped a great rookie season by scoring on a reverse for another.  Broderick Thomas had 13 tackles, two forced fumbles and two sacks in another monster defensive performance by the team MVP for the year.
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: Cobb 24-87, Wilson 4-31, Dawsey 1-9, Highsmith 2-7, Testaverde 1-(-2). COLTS: Manoa 4-30, Dickerson 11-19, George 2-13, Clark 3-2. PASSING BUCS: Testaverde 31-15-168-3-1. COLTS: George 37-20-203-0-0. RECEIVING BUCS: Carrier 3-60, Dawsey 3-39, Drewrey 3-38, Cobb 3-25, Wilson 2-(-4), G Anderson 1-10. COLTS: Brooks 7-76, Hester 3-42, Dickerson 3-32, Martin 2-33, Clark 2-18, Verdin 1-5, Manoa 1-0, Perkins 1-(-3). INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: none. COLTS: Baylor 1-32, Herrod 1-25, Prior 1-13. KICK RETURNS BUCS: G.Anderson 1-20, Hardy 1-13. COLTS: Martin 2-58. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Drewrey 4-60. COLTS: Verdin 3-22, Grant 1-6. SACKS BUCS: Thomas 2-15, Chamblee 1-8, Nichols 1-8, Hall 1-6. Newton 1-2. COLTS: Team 1-0.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 74 Gruber DE 98 Seals LG 73 McHale DT 77 Nichols C 61 Mayberry DT 96 Newton RG 62 Beckles DE 52 McCants RT 72 Taylor LLB 59 Murphy TE 82 Hall MLB 54 Solomon WR 80 Dawsey RLB 51 Thomas WR 88 Carrier LCB 29 Reynolds FB 20 Wilson RCB 44 C Carter RB 34 Cobb SS 23 M Carter QB 7 Carlson FS 25 Covington PLAYED 2 Christie, 3 Royals, 22 Hampton, 24 Jones, 27 Fullington, 32 Highsmith, 33 Frizzell, 36 Hardy, 40 Anderson, 56 Anno, 57 Chamblee, 58 Tiggle, 64 Ryan, 66 Hall, 69 Bruhin, 70 McRae, 86 Thomas, 87 Drewrey, 89 Anderson DID NOT PLAY 4 O'Hara, 7 Carlson, 76 Dill INACTIVE none
COMMENTARY CREW Jim Donovan and Beasley Reece