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Buccaneers lament missed red zone chances that thwarted comeback bid vs. 49ers

Each time the Bucs got into position to make it a one-score game, Baker Mayfield and the offense couldn’t deliver.

Will Levis looks like a rookie, struggles against pass rush in Titans’ loss to Buccaneers

Tampa Bay’s rejuvenated defense sacked Levis four times, taking advantage of a banged-up offensive line.

Baker Mayfield has 3 TD passes, ailing Derek Carr ineffective as Buccaneers top Saints 26-9

Baker Mayfield might have landed with the right team...

Mayfield shines again, Buccaneers stay unbeaten with 27-17 victory over struggling Bears

Mayfield completed 26 of 34 passes, looking quite comfortable in another new home.

Pat’s Porous Defense Improved and Brady Threw for 303 Yards to Hold Off Bucs 19-14

With another poor performance by Bucs kicker Nick Folk, Tampa Bay (2-2), was unable to do much offensively until the fourth quarter.

Mike Evans Loses Cool as Bucs Go Backward in Loss to Minnesota Vikings

ight after cutting Minnesota’s lead to two touchdowns, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers forced the Vikings into their only three-and-out of the game. The window for...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense Shines in Week 2 Routing Bears 29-7

Jameis Winston threw for 204 yards and one touchdown Sunday, helping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 29-7 over Chicago Bears.

Jacksonville Jaguars Open Up Quarterback Competition After 12-8 Loss to Bucs

After a loss to Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars Open Up Quarterback Competition. Blake Bortles' career in Jacksonville could be nearing an end.


Solid US hiring lowers unemployment rate in latest sign of a still-sturdy job market

Last month’s job gain was inflated by the return of about 40,000 formerly striking auto workers and actors, who were not at work in October but were back on the job in November.

Trump’s vow to only be a dictator on ‘day one’ follows growing worry over his authoritarian rhetoric

Trump has a long history of making inflammatory proclamations that spark outrage from detractors and generate a stream of headlines.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is more common than some past studies suggest

Doctors have not been able to pin down a cause, although research suggests it is a body’s prolonged overreaction to an infection or other jolt to the immune system.

Why the NCAA president is proposing some schools should be permitted to pay athletes

Schools paying athletes has been banned by the NCAA for decades, a new proposal is aimed at changing that.