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Bucs-Cardinals: How they scored

Mike Williams beats cornerback Jerraud Powers for an 8-yard touchdown catch to make it 7-0.


Mike Williams beats cornerback Jerraud Powers for an 8-yard touchdown catch to make it 7-0.


Bucs 7, Cardinals 0

Mike Williams 8-yard pass from Mike Glennon (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 6:17Drive: 6 plays, 41 yards, 2:26

Key plays: DT Gerald McCoy 12-yard fumble return to Cardinals 41; Doug Martin 12-yard run to Cardinals 29; Glennon 14-yard pass to Williams to Cardinals 15; Martin 8-yard run to Cardinals 7.


Bucs 10, Cardinals 0

Rian Lindell 50-yard field goal

Time: :27Drive: 13 plays, 61 yards, 4:23

Key plays: Mike Glennon 4-yard pass to RB Brian Leonard on third and 3 to Bucs 18; Glennon 5-yard pass to Kevin Ogletree on third and 5 to Bucs 28; 15-yard penalty (hitting defenseless receiver) against S Yeremiah Bell on incompletion to Bucs 43; Glennon 13-yard pass to Mike Williams to Cardinals 44; Glennon 15-yard pass to TE Tim Wright to Cardinals 29.


Bucs 10, Cardinals 3

Jay Feely 42-yard field goal

Time: 11:16Drive: 6 plays, 26 yards, 2:14

Key plays: LB Matt Shaughnessy recovery of QB Mike Glennon's fumble at 50; Carson Palmer 23-yard pass to TE Rob Housler to Bucs 21.

Bucs 10, Cardinals 10

Larry Fitzgerald 13-yard pass from Carson Palmer (Jay Feely kick)

Time: 3:06Drive: 1 play, 13 yards, :06

Key play: CB Patrick Peterson 11-yard interception return to Bucs 13.

Cardinals 13, Bucs 10

Jay Feely 27-yard field goal

Time: 1:29Drive: 5 plays, 29 yards, :27

Key play: Carson Palmer 19-yard pass to WR Jaron Brown and 10-yard penalty (hitting defenseless receiver) against S Dashon Goldson to Bucs 9.

Bucs-Cardinals: How they scored 09/29/13 [Last modified: Sunday, September 29, 2013 8:18pm]
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