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Bucs-Panthers: How they scored

Running back Jonathan Stewart (28) gives Cam Newton time for a Brandon LaFell TD pass.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Running back Jonathan Stewart (28) gives Cam Newton time for a Brandon LaFell TD pass.

FIRST QUARTER

Bucs 3, Panthers 0

Rian Lindell 27-yard field goal

Time: 9:10Drive: 8 plays, 59 yards, 4:27

Key plays: QB Mike Glennon 16-yard pass to WR Tiquan Underwood to Bucs 49; RB Bobby Rainey 11-yard run to Panthers 40; Glennon 23-yard pass to Underwood to Panthers 17; Glennon 2-yard pass to RB Brian Leonard on third and 4.

Panthers 7, Bucs 3

Brandon LaFell 16-yard pass from Cam Newton (Graham Gano kick)

Time: 6:08Drive: 5 plays, 83 yards, 3:02

Key plays: Newton 13-yard pass to TE Greg Olsen to Panthers 30; Newton 56-yard run to Bucs 15.

Panthers 7, Bucs 6

Rian Lindell 53-yard field goal

Time: 2:14 Drive: 4 plays, -3 yards, 2:26

Key plays: S Keith Tandy 20-yard interception return to Panthers 32; 10-yard holding penalty on WR Vincent Jackson to Panthers 44.

SECOND QUARTER

Panthers 10, Bucs 6

Graham Gano 23-yard field goal

Time: 6:23 Drive: 14 plays, 76 yards, 6:05

Key plays: QB Cam Newton 16-yard pass to WR Steve Smith to Carolina 36; Newton 11-yard pass to WR Brandon LaFell to Carolina 47; Newton 14-yard pass to RB Mike Tolbert to Bucs 39; Tolbert 17-yard run to Bucs 22; Newton 10-yard pass to TE Greg Olsen on third and 9 to Bucs 9.

Panthers 17, Bucs 6

Cam Newton 1-yard run (Graham Gano kick)

Time: :25 Drive: 7 plays, 49 yards, 3:45

Key plays: Newton 13-yard pass to WR Ted Ginn to Bucs 38; Newton 30-yard pass to TE Greg Olsen to Bucs 8.

THIRD QUARTER

Panthers 24, Bucs 6

Ted Ginn 36-yard pass from Cam Newton (Graham Gano kick)

Time: 10:50 Drive: 4 plays, 78 yards, 2:10

Key plays: Newton 12-yard pass to RB Mike Tolbert to Panthers 36; Newton 28-yard pass to TE Greg Olsen to Bucs 36.

FOURTH QUARTER

Panthers 27, Bucs 6

Graham Gano 22-yard field goal

Time: 6:40 Drive: 13 plays, 66 yards, 8:45

Key plays: QB Cam Newton 5-yard run on third and 1 to Panthers 43; Newton 15-yard pass to RB Mike Tolbert on third and 1 to Bucs 33; Newton 18-yard pass to WR Steve Smith on third and 9 to Bucs 14.

Bucs-Panthers: How they scored 12/01/13 [Last modified: Sunday, December 1, 2013 10:13pm]
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