Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Social Rewind: Buccaneers vs. Panthers

The Bucs second home game of the regular season pitted them against the Carolina Panthers.

The Bucs weren't able to pull out the win at home, losing 37-23. Here's how the game played out on social media. First let's start with the inactives from both teams.

While we were all patiently awaiting kickoff…

It's time!!!

The rain picked up just in time for kickoff. An early Bucs fumble gave the Panthers the ball in good field position. Bucs D held 'em to a field goal. 3-0 the score.

Bobby Rainey had some nice moves on the kickoff return. Bucs get the ball back on offense. A Winston pick-6 led to a Panthers TD.

Panthers get flagged for excessive celebration so the Bucs get good field positon. They get on the board after a 39-yard drive.

Not exactly a sunny day at Raymond James.

Panthers driving but the Bucs stop the run, and then an incomplete Cam Newton to Greg Olsen pass forces a punt.

Bucs punt. Defense gets a 3-and-out!!

Panthers get the ball back.

Jameis Winston and the Bucs offense responded, with Winston going 6-for-6 for 64 yards, capped off by a Doug Martin TD from five yards out.

Guess which Buc got to sack Cam Newton?

Bucs drove down the field after the 2-minute warning, but the field goal try from Kyle Brindza was no good. 17-10 Panthers up at the half.

At the half, Mike Alstott was inducted into the Bucs Ring of Honor. Congrats Mike!

Well the Bucs get a nice start to the second half on the fumble but weren't able to score.

Just after, some tough luck doesn't go the Bucs way.

After a Bucs turnover, Panthers score.

The Bucs offense was able to respond with a 8-yard drive after Doug Martin strung together some nice runs.

We go into the fourth with the Panthers driving and in the red zone.

Panthers added on another field goal.

Bucs got a late touchdown on a Winston to Vincent Jackson pass.

Ballgame. Bucs drop to 1-3 while the Panthers are now 4-0. Next week the Bucs take on the Jaguars at home.

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