Tom Brady's Buccaneers Clinched The NFC South.

By Nitin Singh

Bucs win against Panthers behind a Tom Brady comeback to claim the NFC South.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers secured their second consecutive NFC South title.

Tom Brady completed passes for 432 yards and three big scores to Mike Evans.

Evans concluded the game with 10 catches for 207 yards and touchdowns of 63, 57, and 30 yards.

Evans is the first player in NFL history to start a career with nine seasons of 1,000+ receiving yards.

Evans scored twice against cornerback C.J. Henderson and Darnold fumbled on a sack inside his own 10.

Brady's 1-yard TD sneak with 1:58 remaining put the game out of reach.

The Panthers had won four of their previous six games to reclaim a playoff spot after firing coach Matt Rhule.

The Buccaneers (8-8) may conclude the regular season with a winning record if they defeat Atlanta the following weekend.