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After completing their 3rd consecutive victory of the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers search for more consistency as they team up against the Carolina Panthers, this Sunday. The Buccaneers will be hosted by the Panthers at the Bank of America Stadium. The Buccaneers are well on course to shrug off the bad performance in the first 8 games of the season. They suffered 8 consecutive defeats to begin with, but have pulled it back, and their last win against the Detroit Lions would have increased their confidence to overcome their opponents, this Sunday.

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Mike Glennon, came up with another outstanding performance to take his side to a close win, this past week. He will be confident of repeating this performance in the next game as well. The Panthers completed their 8th victory of the season, as they sneak past the Miami Dolphins by 20-16, this past week. They will be feeling very confident as a unit, and looking forward to complete their 9th victory in the upcoming game. Cam Newton did a fine job for the Panthers in the last game. He will be hoping to come up with another decent performance, as the Panthers eye their 9th win, this Sunday.

Posted: 18th November 2012

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Carolina Panthers play at 1:00PM in Week Eleven on Sunday, November 18th. The Tampa Bay Bucs played the Carolina Panthers back in September, and were able to beat them quite easily, partially thanks to Josh Freeman. However, Freeman will likely do more this game as they hold a rematch of that September 9th game, which saw him pass for 138 yards, with a total of 258 yards against Carolina. Tampa Bay was only able to take a victory of 16 to 10 but it was a victory nonetheless.

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The Carolina Panthers are remembering a December 24th win against Tampa Bay when Cam Newton passed for three touchdowns and ran for a 49 yard one. They won that game 48 to 16. They have lost six of seven and last Sunday they had a defeat against the Denver Broncos, 36 to 14 which prompted the firing of Brian Murphy, the special teams coordinator and then they fired General Manager Marty Hurney on the 22nd of October. The Panthers gave up seven sacks last week, which was tied for the third most in team history.

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Posted: 1st December 2013

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