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Bucs at Panthers: How they scored

First quarter
Scores
Bucs 7-0 8:46 6 plays, 29 yards, 3:33
Nate Byham 3-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: The Bucs start from the Panthers 29 thanks to Dekoda Watson's recovery of a fumbled punt. RB Doug Martin picks up 4 on a catch, and an unnecessary roughness on a Freeman scramble moves the ball to the Panthers 3. Freeman hits Byham on first down.
Bucs 10-0 5:21 5 plays, 19 yards, 2:19
Connor Barth 51-yard field goal. Key plays: Josh Freeman 19 pass to Vincent Jackson to CAR 33; hold by Bucs sets up second and 20 from CAR 43.
Bucs 10-7 :35 None
Captain Munnerlyn 74-yard interception return (Justin Medlock kick). Key play: Josh Freeman, under a heavy rush, throws a floater, and Munnerlyn, a cornerback, runs untouched down the left sideline for Carolina's first points.


Second quarter
Scores
Panthers 14-10 8:53 8 plays, 77 yards, 4:09
Jonathan Stewart 1-yard run (Justin Medlock kick). Key plays: Stewart 11 run to CAR 34; Cam Newton 30 screen pass to Stewart to TB 36; Newton 17 pass to Steve Smith to TB 11; pass interference on S Mark Barron in end zone on third-and-10 incompletion.


Fourth quarter
Scores
Panthers 21-10 6:00 7 plays, 80 yards, 4:34
Brandon LaFell 29-yard pass from Cam Newton (Justin Medlock kick). Key plays: LB Luke Kuechly recovers RB Martin's fumble in end zone for touchback; Newton 20 pass to LaFell to CAR 48; Newton 17 pass to Smith to TB 29.
Panthers 21-13 4:03 10 plays, 58 yards, 1:57
Connor Barth 40-yard field goal. Key plays: Panthers pass interference to TB 33; Freeman 22 pass to Jackson to CAR 45; Freeman 10 pass to Mike Williams to CAR 30 on fourth and 5.
21-21 :12 7 plays, 80 yards, :50
Vincent Jackson 24-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Jackson pass from Freeman). Key plays: Freeman 18 pass to Tiquan Underwood to TB 38; Panthers unnecessary roughness to CAR 47; Freeman 19 pass to Jackson to CAR 24 on third and 4.


Overtime
Scores
Bucs 27-21 10:40 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:20
Dallas Clark 15-yard pass from Josh Freeman. Key plays: Martin 11 run to TB 31; Martin 27 run to CAR 42; Freeman 13 pass to Williams to CAR 28; Freeman 4 pass to Jackson to CAR 15 on third and 1.

Bucs at Panthers: How they scored 11/18/12 [Last modified: Sunday, November 18, 2012 9:15pm]
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