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By Stephen F. Holder, Times Staff Writer Monday, November 12, 2012 TAMPA - The Bucs have put themselves into a conversation few expected to be having around these parts.With three straight wins and 5-4 record, the Bucs are legitimately in the NFC playofShare Tweet
Eric Wright's injury creates concern in thin Bucs secondaryThe Bucs know they likely can’t continue to win in spite of secondary that is giving up a disconcerting amount of yardage on a weekly basis. But with cornerback Eric Wright missing most of Sunday’s game after re-injuring his Achilles, things remain shShare Tweet
Black has full function after neck injury, but complications with left armBucs linebacker Quincy Black suffered a 'serious injury' and complications with his left arm following a helmet-to-helmet hit with Chargers running back Ryan Matthews in the third quarter of Sunday's game at Raymond James Stadium. Coach Greg SchianoShare Tweet
NFC South QB Watch: Let’s take a quick look at the performances by …ESPN.com Nov 12, 2012Let’s take a quick look at the performances by the four NFC South quarterbacks in Week 10: Josh Freeman, Buccaneers Sunday: Completed 14 of 20 passes for 210 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in a 34-24 victory against San Diego. Sunday’sShare Tweet
Statistical superlatives on the BucsESPN.com Nov 12, 2012Let’s take a look at some statistical superlatives on Tampa Bay’s 34-24 victory against San Diego on Sunday with some help from ESPN Stats & Information and the Buccaneers’ media relations department. Josh Freeman became the first Tampa Bay quarterbShare Tweet
More impressive turnaround?Nov 12Brian Billick explains whether the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Seattle Seahawks have been a more surprising team this season.
GameDay: San Diego Chargers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers highlightsNov 12Catch the highlights from Tampa Bay as the Buccaneers continue their explosive offensive trend by scoring 34 points against the San Diego Chargers in Week 10.