Tampa Bay Buccaneers 16 St.Louis Cardinals 0
Sunday 10 November 1985 at Tampa Stadium
TB4:12-1Q Igwebuike FG47
TB9:10-2Q Armstrong 1 pass from DeBerg (Igwebuike kick)
TB14:45-4Q Igwebuike FG46
TB9:10-4Q Igwebuike FG50

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING
BUCS: Wilder 29-120, DeBerg 2-4.
CARDINALS: Mitchell 18-64, Ferrell 5-28, Anderson 1-3, Lomax 1-0.
PASSING
BUCS: DeBerg 27-11-196-1-1.
CARDINALS: Lomax 33-21-197-2-0.
RECEIVING
BUCS: Giles 6-134, Carter 2-49, House 1-6, Magee 1-6, Armstrong 1-1.
CARDINALS: Smith 5-47, Ferrell 5-39, Mitchell 5-38, Marsh 4-53, Tilley 2-20.
INTERCEPTIONS
BUCS: Davis 1-22, Holt 1-3.
CARDINALS: Junior 1-0.
KICK RETURNS
BUCS: Prior 1-22.
CARDINALS: Duncan 5-116.
PUNT RETURNS
BUCS: Prior 1-3.
CARDINALS: Smith 2-36.
SACKS
BUCS: Cannon 1-4, Browner 0.5-4.5, Morgan 0.5-4.5.
CARDINALS: Nunn 1-14.
GAME REPORTS AND COMMENTS
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The Bucs finally won a game in 1985 and did it with only their second shut-out in team history following the division clincher six years earlier against the Chiefs.

Three long fieldgoals by Donald Igwebuike, a career high receiving day by Jimmie Giles, and a typical workload performance by James Wilder were the offensive highlights.

The defense preserved the shutout by forcing three turrnovers.
OFFENSEDEFENSE
LT62 Farrell LDE78 Cannon
LG72 Courson NT76 Logan
C60 Grimes RDE90 Holmes
RG68 Mallory LOLB54 Randle
RT73 Heller LILB58 Davis
WR89 House RILB56 C Johnson
WR87 Carter ROLB51 Washington
TE88 Giles LCB23 Castille
TE86 Magee SS31 Curry
RB32 Wilder FS44 Sully
QB17 DeBerg RCB21 Holt
SUBSTITUTIONS
1 Igwebuike, 5 Garcia, 7 Risher, 24 Prior, 25 Howard, 30 Greenwood, 40 Armstrong, 55 D Johnson, 57 Browner, 64 Shearin, 65 Fielder, 67 Morgan, 75 Lindstrom, 79 Kaplan, 80 Dunn, 81 Freeman, 83 T Bell, 85 Witte
DID NOT PLAY
8 Young, 20 Springs, 52 Brantley, 61 Kersten, 71 Studaway
INACTIVE