PRE-SEASON GAMES 11 Aug v Pittsburgh Lost 17-27 The offense 19 Aug at NY Jets 26 Aug v Baltimore
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NFC EAST NFC NORTH NFC SOUTH NFC WEST Washington 9-7 Minnesota 11-5 Carolina 14-2 Arizona 13-3 Philadelphia 7-9 Green Bay 10-6 Atlanta 8-8 Seattle 10-6 NY Giants 6-10 Detroit 7-9 New Orleans 7-9 St.Louis 7-9 Dallas 4-12 Chicago 6-10 Tampa Bay 6-10 San Francisco 5-11 AFC EAST AFC CENTRAL AFC SOUTH AFC WEST New England 12-4 Cincinnati 12-4 Houston 9-7 Denver 12-4 NY Jets 10-6 Pittsburgh 10-6 Indianapolis 8-8 Kansas City 11-5 Buffalo 8-8 Baltimore 5-11 Jacksonville 5-11 Oakland 7-9 Miami 6-10 Cleveland 3-13 Tennessee 3-13 San Diego 4-12 WILD CARD GAMES Seattle 10 Minnesota 9 Green Bay 35 Washington 18 Kansas City 30 Houston 0 Pittsburgh 18 Cincinnati 16 DIVISIONAL GAMES Carolina 31 Seattle 24 Arizona 26 Green Bay 20 Denver 23 Pittsburgh 16 New England 27 Kansas City 20 CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES Carolina 49 Arizona 15 Denver 20 New England 18 SUPER BOWL L at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara Denver Broncos 24 Carolina Panthers 10
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. 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.
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