Buccaneers-Panthers: Bucs’ Defense Giveth, Then Taketh Away

Posted: 19th October 2009 by JC De La Torre in NFL
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Oh how tough it is when you are an NFL head coach in search of your first career victory. Some coaches get it right away and don't have to feel that pressure. For others, like Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris, it can take a little while and now Morris is six weeks into the season. This one definitely has to hurt. The Bucs defense and special teams erased a 14-point deficit to tie the ball game at 21 with eight minutes left to play, but then failed to get off the field on a game-defining 16-play drive that consisted of DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart pounding the soft underbelly of the Buccaneers defense. It was death by a thousand paper cuts and it was a grueling display. The Panthers' horrid quarterback Jake Delhomme did his best to give the Buccaneers their first victory, tossing two ...

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