Carolina will get a third try to beat the Saints as it will be in the Superdome next Sunday for a Wild Card playoff.
For the Saints it's time to look at the film of Tampa, and then move on quickly to Carolina.
Quarterback Drew Brees hit fullback Zach Line on a 3-yard touchdown pass for the score. Congratulations to Tampa, it was an impressive two-minute drive. Isaiah Johnson recovered it and returned it for a 7-yard touchdown. That led to the punt to the 5-yard line, which Winston converted into a massive opportunity.
Godwin has seven receptions for 111 yards.
After the Bucs had taken a 24-20 lead and pinned the Saints on their 8-yard line following the kickoff, the Brees-led offense effectively sliced through Tampa Bay's defense.More news: Facebook testing Aadhaar 'verification' for new users, says not mandatory
Winston's ill-advised end-zone pick to Saints rookie safety Marcus Williams, his second interception of the game, led to Wil Lutz's 48-yard field goal and a 17-13 New Orleans advantage after three quarters. Former LSU linebacker Kwon Alexander nailed him one yard short, though, and the Saints turned the ball over on downs.
Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan picked up his 13th sack of the season, on a play that ended the first half.
Ingram and Kamara were able to set an incredible record by each reaching at least 1,500 scrimmage yards in a single season.
The rookie's 7-yard TD run on the Saints' first offensive possession made it 14-7. Murray missed the extra point wide right.