Offensive woes plague Bucs

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TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The growing pains of a rookie quarterback are only partially responsible for what's ailing the sputtering Tampa Bay Buccaneers on offense.

Mike Glennon's first multiple turnover game in eight weeks certainly didn't help the team's chances during a lopsided loss to Carolina that stopped a three-game winning streak, however coach Greg Schiano noted Monday that the lack of a consistent running game and an inability score touchdowns instead of settling for field goals also continue to undermine the Bucs (3-9).

Despite winning three of four following an 0-8 start, Sunday's 27-6 loss to Panthers assures Tampa Bay of finishing with a losing record for the third straight year.

The Buccaneers host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

Associated Press

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