How many times have the Buccaneers beat the Panthers?

How many times have the Buccaneers beat the Panthers?

The following is a list of all regular season and postseason games played between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers. The two teams have met each other 43 times, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers winning 19 games and the Carolina Panthers winning 24 games.

Who’s winning between the Buccaneers and the Panthers?

Brady, Bucs rout Panthers 32-6 to clinch NFC South title

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Who was Tampa Bay quarterback in 2014?

Josh McCown
Regular season

Season(s) Quarterback (games)
2014 Josh McCown (11) / Mike Glennon (5)
2015 Jameis Winston (16)
2016 Jameis Winston (16)
2017 Jameis Winston (13) / Ryan Fitzpatrick (3)

What’s the score between Tampa Bay and Carolina?

Bucs beat Panthers 41-17, earn No. 2 playoff seeding in NFC

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Who are the Buccaneers biggest rivals?

New Orleans Saints
The Buccaneers–Saints rivalry is the rivalry between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. While the teams first met in 1977, the rivalry did not develop until the teams were placed in the NFC South in 2002, resulting in two annual meetings.

Who are the Panthers rivals?

The Panthers have developed heated rivalries with the three fellow members of the NFC South (the Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and New Orleans Saints). The team’s fiercest rivals are the Falcons and Buccaneers.

What team does Cam Newton play?

Just after he signed a one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers, his original NFL team, quarterback Cam Newton held a press conference. The main theme of that Nov.

Who was the quarterback before Tom Brady?

Drew Bledsoe

Name Years Passing statistics
Tom Brady 2000–2019 283
Steve Grogan 1975–1990 135
Drew Bledsoe 1993–2001 123

Did Cam Newton play for the Panthers?

Newton, who was drafted by Carolina in 2011, spent his entire career in a Panthers uniform until the team released him in 2020 after a string of injuries. He was picked up by the Patriots, who were Tom Brady-less for the first time in 20 years, but the former No. 1 pick was cut after one season.