Studs & Duds from the Buccaneers’ loss to the Chicago Bears
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers suffered a gut-wrenching loss on the road against the Chicago Bears Thursday night in a game that most fans would just rather forget.
The Buccaneers were unable to get much going offensively, especially after the first quarter, and that resulted in a 20-19 loss.
As we continue to review the game and look forward to rest of the 2020 season, here’s a look at some studs and duds from the loss Thursday night.
Carlton Davis is an interception machine
For a guy that has been vastly overlooked by the national media and who was a late second-round pick, Carlton Davis has been an absolute stud.
He had a bad pass-interference at one point, but he just makes up for it with the plays he’s able to make. Davis came away with yet another interception in the first half of the game and he now has three interceptions on the season through just four games.
The Bucs’ defense shut down the Bears rushing attack
As good as the Bears have been running the ball this season- it’s been their main source of offense- Chicago had just 35 rushing yards and averaged just 2.5 yards per carry during the game against the Buccaneers on Thursday night.