Carolina Panthers 37-26 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: London debut win for Panthers

assignment helpThe Carolina Panthers comfortably defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in their very first visit to London, beating their NFC South rivals 37-26??in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
On a bad day for the Bucs (2-4), the drama of Jameis Winston was particularly about, with the fifth-year quarterback intercepted five occasions and turning the ball on six separate occasions. The play of his offensive line did not help, to the song of seven sacks with Winston harassed.
The Panthers (4-2) switched Tampa Bays seven complete turnovers to 20 points, with early-season MVP candidate, Christian McCaffrey, running in one of these scores in his two-TD day.
The second, a 25-yard grab and run in the next quarter of mcCaffrey, was a thing of beauty, although he lined up abandoned but juked back indoors to leave a Vernon Hargreaves on the ground to pave the road for an easy touchdown.
That bit of McCaffrey genius helped after Tampa Bay had struggled back to within three after a Ronald Jones touchdown run, Carolina edge out into a 17-7 lead at the half.
The Panthers streaked farther out in front together with just two Curtis Samuel TDs both sides of a Matt merry 54-yard place goal for Tampa Bay.
An eight-yard racing score, samuels original, came from the trunk of the third errant of Winston to start the fourth quarter.
The Bucs finally ceased shooting themselves in the foot on offense – with the exclusion of a Bobo Wilson muffed punt return for a fifth turnover – to operate in two TDs (and two powerful two-point conversions), good for 16 points.
But trailing by 11, Winston withdrew his fourth and fourth interceptions in the last two and a half minutes of this game to end any hopes of a comeback.
The tragedy day of winston was foreshadowed as soon as the opening play from scrimmage, with cornerback James Bradberry swooping ahead of goal, Mike Evans, for the interception, setting up a Joey Slye area goal.
A 99-yard touchdown push watched Carolina extend their lead with McCaffrey eventually running it.
As Ryan Smith showed hustle in pursuit of Panthers punt returner Ray-Ray McCloud to knock the ball loose they got a helping hand from their special teams unit.
Left with a field, the Bucs taking over at the Carolina 37-yard line, Tampa Bay were finally able to get on the board since Jones rumbled from 5 yards out.
But, in their second possession, Winston was picked off a time – Bruce Irvin hitting the QBs throwing arm and Javien Elliott hauling at the wayward throw – setting up the impressive second score of McCaffrey.
Winston would fumble twice more before the half losing among them on his approach into suffering six first-half sacks, however, the Panthers could not turn into points.
Slye got Carolina up and running again in the second half using a field target, before another inexcusable Winston interception gifted that the Panthers a chance for more things.
Luke Kuechly undercut Evans route and Winston, apparently having not seen that the All-Pro linebacker, threw him it. Samuel did the remainder from eight yards out.
Buccaneers kicker Matt Gay bent in between the articles, a la David Beckham, to finally get Tampa Bay up and functioning in the second half, but it seemed like game over when Samuel opened the fourth quarter having a terrific 13-yard touchdown reception for Carolina.
Tampa Bay, and Winston, reacted with two touchdown forces that were notable – Winston discovering Dare Ogunbowale running in from 3 yards and Cameron Brate from 10 yards out – two decrease pull within 11 after a couple of successful two-point tries.
In between, however, Wilsons fumble on a punt return helped tee up a third Slye field goal, as he strove to quickly force the ball before two late Winston picks.
Both groups are next weekend, using the Panthers on the road in San Francisco to confront a resurgent 49ers outfit. The Buccaneers take on the Tennessee Titans.
The Bucs are now in the midst of a 48-day run involvinghome games. The last time they played in Tampa was in Week Three – a 32-31 loss to the New York Giants – and they do not return before a Week 10 meeting with the Arizona Cardinals.

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