In the spirit of Halloween, and the kind of football it's been here in Tampa Bay, the Times' coverage team is reviewing the things that are most haunting the 2-5 Bucs.Here's their take on the play from this season that most haunts them:WINSTON INT AT MINNYRick Stroud, @NFLStroud: In Week 2 at Minnesota, the Bucs got off to a horrible start and trailed 14-3. But they were driving for a score when Winston forced a pass to DeSean Jackson and was intercepted. Instead of trailing 14-10, the Bucs allowed the Vikings to travel the length of the field for a TD and a 21-3 lead. Ball game.SORELY MISSEDGreg Auman, @gregauman: You could pick a play or two that would flip a close loss to a close win, but I'll go with the play that re-injured Noah Spence's shoulder in the Bucs' second game. No telling how much it would help Tampa Bay's pass rush to have a healthy Spence all season. RELATED: Bucs roundtable: What personnel decision most haunts the Bucs? (One guess) NEAR UPSETTom Jones, @tomwjones: The last play of the New England game. The Bucs had the ball on the New England 19. They didn't score and lost. A touchdown would have given the Bucs a victory. Aside from being 3-4 right now, imagine how much better everyone, mostly the Bucs, would feel about themselves right now.THE BIG FOLDMartin Fennelly, @mjfennelly: There was the New England debacle, the missed kicks, the clock management, etc. Beating the Patriots would have been a huge boost to a young team. Without that, there followed Arizona, then Buffalo, that 44-yard pass on the first play from scrimmage after the Bucs took a late lead. That's how you make a season that looms a complete disaster. RELATED: Bucs roundtable: What's wrong with Jameis Winston BEWITCHING POTENTIALErnest Hooper, @hoop4you: In the third quarter against Buffalo, Jameis Winston threw a 53-yard completion to DeSean Jackson. Nevermind that Bucs tackle Donovan Smith got called for holding, negating the gain. The deep-ball reception reflected all the promise Jackson brought to Tampa Bay as a free agent, and left fans wondering why the two can't connect more often on big throws down field. Charles Schulz once said, "There is no heavier burden than an unfulfilled potential."