Panthers at Tampa Bay (UPDATE: PANTHERS WIN 28-21)

Posted by: ST on October 18, 2009 at 12:35 pm

Panthers logoEven with the Panthers comeback victory last week against the Redskins, both they and the Bucs are still cellar dwellers in the NFC South, with the Cats being 1-3 and the Bucs still winless at 0-5. Obviously, the Cats are going to try and turn this into a winning streak, while the Bucs are hungry for win number one and would like to do it on their home turf.

Game time is 1:00 PM ET on Fox.

Update: Neither team played their best game, but the Panthers played the better game and won it 28-21.

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  1. Anthony says:

    Go Panthers! <:-p

    The Niners have a bye this week. Good thing, too, given all the stuff we need to fix… :-l

  2. Ryan says:

    DeAngelo has 15 points for me already :) Nice effort. Would have loved him getting his second score on the day, though.

  3. NC Cop says:

    Well, the Saints are proving that they are the real deal….while the Giants are proving that they’re not. :((

  4. Tango says:

    ***** GO PANTERS! ***** b-)

  5. steveegg says:

    Good news and bad news from Packerland:

    Good – They won 26-0, held the Lions to 149 yards of total offense, receivers were open all day, running game eventually did something, Kampmann played with his hand down some and raised all sorts of havoc.

    Bad – More injuries (Clifton’s out again), sack-a-palooza continues unabated, 13 penalties for 130 yards, took 2 stupid 4th-down calls by the Lions to preserve the shutout, up until the depleted Lions defensive line finally tired, there were no holes to run through.

  6. PaulF says:

    I think I’m probably the only person in the Tampa Bay area who wishes that the Bucs lose every game.

  7. Yax K'uk' Mo' says:

    Eh, Paul, I’m a Jets fan at heart, but I still don’t want to see the Bucs totally faceplant.

    And after all of the changes they made to gut the team, I’m sure you’re not the only one who feels that way.

    On the other hand, if they do well in London next week, maybe they’ll stay there :)