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Top 5 Most Lopsided Bucs Victories

Posted Jul 8, 2014

Germany's impressive 7-1 rout over Brazil in the World Cup semifinal today reminded us of the most lopsided victories in Bucs history. Do you remember number one?

5. 37-3 vs. Green Bay, 11/22/1981


Fueled by a 24-point 2nd quarter and two Cedric Brown interceptions, the Buccaneers ran away from the Packers quickly en route to a 37-3 victory in front of the home fans.



4. 37-3 vs. Atlanta, 12/16/2007


Behind a Ronde Barber pick-six and a Micheal Spurlock kick return for a touchdown, the Bucs jumped out to a quick lead and never looked back against the Falcons.



3. 35-0 @ Cincinnati, 12/27/1998


Three Mike Alstott touchdowns and a stout defensive performance led to the Buccaneers 35-0 shutout win against the Bengals in 1998.



2. 48-10 vs. Atlanta, 9/13/1987


QB Steve DeBerg threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns as the Bucs took down the Falcons in blowout fashion, 48-10.



1. 41-0 vs. Chicago, 9/10/2000


Ronde Barber returned a fumble for a touchdown and Shaun King threw for two touchdowns while running for another as the Buccaneers shut out the Bears in their largest victory in franchise history.