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Weather delay in Tampa Bay

Mike Williams,  Vincent Jackson,  Doug Martin AP

The second half of the Panthers-Buccaneers game has been delayed because of lightning in the area around Raymond James Stadium.

The good news is, since the game’s in Tampa, they only have to clear about half a stadium’s worth of people. It was the only game in the league blacked out, when the Bucs failed to sell 85 percent of their tickets.

The Panthers could use the extended halftime to reformulate an offensive plan. They have just six rushing attempts in the first half, and they’re being handled by the Bucs 13-0.

Missing Jonathan Stewart could be part of that, but they established nothing offensively in the first half, and the Bucs look fairly domiant, with an 18:45-11:15 edge in time of possession.

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4 Responses to “Weather delay in Tampa Bay”
  1. pb420 says: Sep 9, 2012 6:13 PM

    Yep, don’t forget to get in a snarky dig on Tampa’s attendance. What a bunch of poor sport haters you are. Doesn’t matter, Bucs are improved and on the road to being competitive in the division again. Silence the critics and fire the cannons!! Go Bucs!!!!!!

  2. udtfrogmanvet says: Sep 9, 2012 6:54 PM

    I was walking down Dale Mabry and someone offered me $50 to take their tickets.

  3. saintkobal says: Sep 9, 2012 7:20 PM

    The good news is, since the game’s in Tampa, they only have to clear about half a stadium’s worth of people.- BAZINGA!!!!!

  4. gotampabay52 says: Sep 9, 2012 9:06 PM

    bazinga you lost ass

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