Bucs Vs. Panthers Score Update: Tampa Bay Getting Blown Out, Again

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers started off the second half like they did the first, giving up way too many plays on defense and not doing enough on offense to keep up. The Panthers came into the third quarter and scored three straight touchdowns to pile on the points on the Bucs. DeAngelo Williams scored his second touchdown of the say, this time from 22-yards out.

Later on, quarterback Cam Newton connected with running back Jonathan Stewart for an 11-yard touchdown to increase the Panthers lead to 34-10. On the next drive, Cam Newton showed his athleticism with a long 49-yard touchdown run for his 14th rushing touchdown of the season. The Bucs are in line for another terrible blow out loss on the road and it could get much uglier if the Panthers don't call off the dogs.

We'll have plenty more on this game throughout the day in this StoryStream. For more new and notes, head over to the NFL hub at SB Nation. Also check out Bucs Nation for more on the Buccaneers and Cat Scratch Reader for more on the Carolina Panthers.

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