Bucs ready to move on from lopsided loss



TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — It didn’t take Raheem Morris long to summarize what he learned from a second look at Tampa Bay’s embarrassing loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Buccaneers coach said Monday that the tape of the 48-3 rout “didn’t look any better than it looked in person” and that he and his players won’t dwell on a disappointing performance.

With division-leading New Orleans headed to town this week, there’s more concern about the status of defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and running back LeGarette Blount.

McCoy suffered a left ankle injury Sunday and was described “week to week.” The update on Blount’s sore left knee was vague, too, with Morris declining to speculate about whether he will be able to play against the Saints.