Panthers, Bucs now playing a wild one

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From slow to wild in a few plays.

The Panthers and Buccaneers are playing a good one in Charlotte. They’re tied at 14 in the third quarter after Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston threw a touchdown pass to Mike Evans and then hit Adam Humphries on a two-point conversion pass to tie the game.

Cameron Artis-Payne has two third-quarter touchdown runs for the Panthers, who trailed 6-0 at halftime. There were no touchdowns for the game’s first 35-plus minutes, and there have been three since.

Evans was wide open on his 26-yard touchdown catch. The Bucs needed it, badly, after falling behind and after failing to score a touchdown in the first half.

25 responses to “Panthers, Bucs now playing a wild one

  1. Miss-a-ton almost threw a pick there! And look, 2nd Round Kick Guy missed another field goal! Also, who thought hiring Dirk Koetter was a good idea? Feels like Tomsula part 2, where he backstabbed Lovie Smith, who was admittedly not a great coach, but they were better last year than this year!

  2. Is the NFL intentionally trying to alienate their viewers by continuing to put on games between awful teams on these nationally televised games? This game has been ugly. Or, as Charles Barkley would say, turrible.

  3. sweetnlow44 says:
    Oct 10, 2016 11:15 PM

    Why am I watching this game?

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    I have an even better question. Why am I even watching this game?!

  4. Welp, Aguayo(sp?) shanked yet another FG. Hate to down on someone when I, too, am experiencing hardship, but it seems he’s just not ready for the big time. IMO, unless a kicker is MONEY from 70ish yds he ain’t worth a 5th rd pick, much less a 2nd. If he can develop a thick skin, he’ll be good someday, just not in TB. Best of luck

  5. As a die hard Buc fan, on behalf of the NFL, Panthers and Bucs, I would like to formally apologize to NFL nation for having to witness two hot, flammable garbage teams hijack national television.

    Good lord.

  6. dropanotherpassadams says:
    Oct 10, 2016 11:29 PM
    Welcome to 1-4 Carolina,one year wonder.

    Yo dude, three straight division titles are a one year wonder huh? I don’t care who your team is cause you can’t do basic math. By the way, Get off your butt and check some stats, NFC south is terrible against out of division and conference opponents. So, shut up fanboy!

    Keep Pounding

  7. The head coach of the worst team in the NFCS must get one heck of a prize. I’ve never seen two coaches battling so hard to perform worse than the other in my life. Honestly, that was hard to watch. Both of these guys tried their best to lose this game, it’s a shame one of them had to win.

  8. I remember when Monday Night Football used to be a must watch game regardless if my team was playing or not. MNF has sadly become just another Thursday night game except on a Monday. It doesn’t have to do with just tonight’s game, but MNF just sucks from top to bottom.

  9. 3 straight div titles in a crap division – hardly impressive.

    Congrats on being the tallest midget.

  10. saundersspencer2 says:
    Oct 10, 2016 11:54 PM
    dropanotherpassadams says:
    Oct 10, 2016 11:29 PM
    Welcome to 1-4 Carolina,one year wonder.

    Yo dude, three straight division titles are a one year wonder huh? I don’t care who your team is cause you can’t do basic math. By the way, Get off your butt and check some stats, NFC south is terrible against out of division and conference opponents. So, shut up fanboy!

    Keep Pounding

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    Yo dude….one of those division titles was with a sub-500 record!

    1-4.

    Keep pouting!

  11. trollaikman8 says:
    Oct 10, 2016 10:43 PM
    This is why ratings are down.

    Ratings are down because average joe is tired of watching 20-something millionaires complain about being oppressed.
    The product on the field just takes the sting out of it.

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