Season review Season review Game details Game details Individual stats Individual stats Participation chart Participation chart The coaching staff The coaching staff Review the draft Review the draft The defense The defense The 2015 roster The 2015 roster The offense The offense
Can   a   year   where   the   Bucs   tripled   their   win   total   from   2014   be   seen   as   a   disappointment?        Quite   possibly   yes   after   missing   out   on   victory   opportunities   at   Houston   and   Washington and then losing their final four games having gotten back to the .500 mark at 6-6.  But   there   were   many   positives   from   the   season   including   the   arrival   of   a   franchise   QB   on the   stage   in   the   form   of   Jameis   Winston   who   showed   the   necessary   leadership   on   and   off the   field.      The   Bucs   also   hit   on   their   two   second   round   pick   offensive   linemen   and   4th rounder   Kwon Alexander   was   another   draft   success.      But   it   was   not   enough   to   save   Lovie Smith’s job and he was fired as head coach three days after the end of the season.
NFC EAST Washington 9-7 Philadelphia 7-9 NY Giants 6-10 Dallas 4-12 NFC NORTH Minnesota 11-5 Green Bay 10-6 Detroit 7-9 Chicago 6-10 NFC SOUTH Carolina 14-2 Atlanta 8-8 New Orleans 7-9 Tampa Bay 6-10 NFC WEST Arizona 13-3 Seattle 10-6 St.Louis 7-9 San Francisco 5-11 WILD CARD GAMES Seattle 10 Minnesota 9 Green Bay 35 Washington 18 DIVISIONAL GAMES Carolina 31 Seattle 24 Arizona 26 Green Bay 20 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Carolina 49  Arizona 15
AFC EAST New England 12-4 NY Jets 10-6 Buffalo 8-8 Miami 6-10 AFC NORTH Cincinnati 12-4 Pittsburgh 10-6 Baltimore 5-11 Cleveland 3-13 AFC SOUTH Houston 9-7 Indianapolis 8-8 Jacksonville 5-11 Tennessee 3-13 AFC WEST Denver 12-4 Kansas City 11-5 Oakland 7-9 San Diego 4-12 WILD CARD GAMES Kansas City 30 Houston 0 Pittsburgh 18 Cincinnati 16 DIVISIONAL GAMES New England 27 Kansas City 20 Denver 23 Pittsburgh 16 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Denver 20 New England 18
SUPER BOWL 50    at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara Denver Broncos 24  Carolina Panthers 10