NFC EASTAFC EASTNY Giants14-2Miami12-4Washington12-4NY Jets11-5Dallas7-9New England11-5Philadelphia5-10-1Indianapolis5-11St.Louis4-11-1Buffalo2-14NFC CENTRALAFC CENTRALChicago14-2Cleveland12-4Minnesota9-7Cincinnati10-6Detroit5-11Pittsburgh6-10Green Bay4-12Houston5-11Tampa Bay2-14AFC WESTNFC WESTDenver11-5San Francisco10-5-1Kansas City 10-6LA Rams10-6Seattle10-6Atlanta7-8-1LA Raiders8-8New Orleans7-9San Diego4-12WILD CARD GAMEWILD CARD GAMEWashington 19 LA Rams 7NY Jets 35 Kansas City 13DIVISIONAL GAMESDIVISIONAL GAMESWashington 27 Chicago 13Cleveland 23 NY Jets 20NY Giants 49 San Francisco 3Denver 22 New England 17NFC CHAMPIONSHIPAFC CHAMPIONSHIPNY Giants 17 Washington 0Denver 23 Cleveland 20SUPER BOWL XXI at Pao Alto, CaliforniaNY Giants 39 Denver 20
Leeman Bennett's second season was even worse than his first. Although the 2-14 mark was the same, this Buc team was definitely the worst in franchise history. Veteran players were released at mid-season to save money and in one five-game stretch, the team lost by an average of 30 points. It is still amazing this team even won two games and I have long felt that the '76 Bucs could have whipped their butts.