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Week 7 Who: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-3) vs. New Orleans Saints (1-4) When: Sunday, 10/21 at 1 PM Where: Raymond James Stadium TV: FOX Radio: WFUS 103.5 FM/WDAE 620 AM DirecTV: 708 Sirius: 136 Last Meeting: The Bucs fell to .500 when they lost 27-16 to the Saints in Week 9 last season. Josh Freeman threw for 281 yards and one touchdown, but the defense couldn't stop Drew Brees, who had 258 passing yards with two touchdowns. Key Matchup on Offense: QB Josh Freeman vs. New Orleans' secondary – The Bucs have Connor Barth, who is one of the best kickers in the NFL, but they may be looking at a shootout against the Saints. That means it will be up to Freeman to put the ball in the end zone. The Saints' defense is awful and ranked dead last in the league in yards per game. Freeman should be able to pick apart New Orleans' shoddy secondary and rack up yards through the air. But when he gets in the red zone, Freeman has to be responsible with the football and find paydirt when...
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He was the beloved giant of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His towering presence was felt in life and since his sudden passing last year after a stroke at age 56.
Its hard to go anywhere in the Tampa Bay area without encountering some aspect of Lee Roy Selmons wide-ranging achievements.
Theres Raymond James Stadium, where his name was the first to grace the Ring of Honor, commemorating...
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The Buccaneers were determined to give another loss to the New Orleans Saints and Drew Brees. Unfortunately for them, the Saints found holes in the Bucs defense throughout the first half that lead to a New Orleans win, 35-28. Tampa Bay started fast with an interception by Ronde Barber off a deflection by Gerald McCoy. On the ensuing play, Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman found wide...
Like most NFC South games, this one was a thriller.In a high-scoring affair, the New Orleans Saints were able to edge out the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 7, 35-28.The Saints traveled to Raymond James Stadium and managed to steal one on the road.In each game, no matter what two teams take the field, there is someone who gets the job done, and there's also someone who could...
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TAMPA -- The New Orleans Saints overcame a two-touchdown deficit and an unusual penalty that nullified an apparent Tampa Bay touchdown on the last play to escape with a 35-28 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. With five seconds left, the Bucs had the ball on fourth down at the Saints' 9-yard line. Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman scrambled out...