The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may not have ended the postseason the way they wished they did last season, but they certainly ended the regular season in style.

Before their home fans, the Bucs treated the division-rival Carolina Panthers to an outright victory in Week 18, riding a 24-direct final quarter on their way toward a 41-17 triumph.

Tom Brady tossed for 326 yards and three scores, two of them to Mike Evans, while Rob Gronkowski drove Tampa Bay with seven gatherings for 137 yards.

Antoine Winfield Jr. furthermore, Anthony Nelson each scored a sack in the game, helping lead a phenomenal presentation on protection.

Bucs purportedly 'discontent' with Leonard Fournette swelling to 260 pounds

Bucs Rewind: 2021 regular season ends with a big win over the Panther

Leonard Fournette was traded out as a free specialist back in March, handling a three-year, $21-million agreement that will keep him in Tampa through his age-29 season.

In any case, the Bucs may as of now have purchaser's regret, asking why they handed over such a lot of cash for a player whose molding has for some time been a wellspring of dissatisfaction.

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Bucs Rewind: 2021 regular season ends with a big win over the Panthers