Tampa Bay Buccaneers 20  Carolina Panthers 7 Sunday 19 September 2010 at Bank of America Stadium
SCORING TB 7:11-1Q Graham 14 pass from Freeman (Barth kick) CAR 11:43-2Q Smith 37 pass from Moore (Kasay kick) TB 7:43-2Q M.Williams 35 pass from Freeman (Barth kick) TB 7:40-3Q Barth FG24 TB 14:46-4Q Barth FG33
And then it was two in a row as another pair of touchdown passes from Josh Freeman led the Bucs to a road win against division rival Carolina.   "Somebody better tell Peter King,'' Ronde Barber said of the Sports Illustrated NFL senior writer who picked the Bucs to go just 2-14 this year. "I guess we're in trouble now.''
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING BUCS: C.Williams 27-51, Freeman 4-43, Graham 3-1. PANTHERS: Williams 17-54, Stewart 8-43, Goodson 5-20, Moore 1-2, Fiammeta 1-0, Clausen 1-0. PASSING BUCS: Freeman 24-12-178-0-2, Spurlock 1-0-0-0-0. PANTHERS: Moore 16-6-125-1-1, Clausen 13-7-59-1-0. RECEIVING BUCS: Graham 5-33, Winslow 4-83, M.Williams 2-54, C.Williams 1-8. PANTHERS: Smith 3-66, Rosario 3-47, Williams 3-20, Goodson 2-33, Gettis 2-18. INTERCEPTIONS BUCS: Talib 1-21, Barber 1-5. PANTHERS: none. KICK RETURNS BUCS: Spurlock 1-18. PANTHERS: Goodson 4-75, Pugh 1-17. PUNT RETURNS BUCS: Spurlock 2-21. PANTHERS: Munnerlyn 3-8, J.Williams 1-0. SACKS BUCS: Crowder 2-9, Black 1-11, White 1-5. PANTHERS: none.
STARTERS OFFENSE DEFENSE LT 70 Penn DE 94 Moore LG 68 Vincent DT 93 McCoy C 52 Faine DT 90 Miller RG 75 Joseph DE 91 White RT 65 Trueblood WLB 54 Hayes TE 82 WInslow MLB 51 Ruud WR 19 Williams SLB 58 Black WR 18 Stroughter LCB 25 Talib WR 81 Spurlock RCB 20 Barber RB 24 Williams SS 26 Jones QB 5 Freeman FS 36 Jackson PLAYED 9 Bryan, 10 Barth, 17 Benn, 21 Piscitelli, 28 Lumpkin, 31 Biggers, 33 Mack, 34 Graham, 35 Grimm , 41 Lynch, 45 Pressley, 48 Economos, 56 Watson, 57 Hayward, 76 Zuttah, 77 Lee, 85 Stovall, 86 Stevens, 88 Gilmore, 92 Price, 96 Crowder, 98 Sims DID NOT PLAY 11 J Johnson INACTIVE 12 Carpenter, 23 Lewis, 27 Blount, 32 Huggins, 53 Koutouvides, 62 Larsen, 71 Bennett, 87 Parker
COMMENTARY CREW Dick Stockton, Charles Davis and Jim Mora