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Bucs-Eagles: how they scored


Eagles 7, Bucs 0

Nick Foles 4-yard run (Alex Henery kick)

Time: 11:46 Drive: 8 plays, 85 yards, 3:14

Key plays: Foles 44-yard pass to RB LeSean McCoy to Bucs 41; Foles 12-yard pass to WR Riley Cooper to Bucs 29; Foles 6-yard pass to WR DeSean Jackson on third and 2 to Bucs 4.

Eagles 7, Bucs 3

Rian Lindell 38-yard field goal

Time: 6:30 Drive: 7 plays, 20 yards, 4:06

Key plays: CB Darrelle Revis fumble recovery at Eagles 40; Mike Glennon 8-yard pass to TE Tim Wright on third and 7 to Eagles 29; Doug Martin 1-yard run on third and 2 to Eagles 20.


Bucs 10, Eagles 7

Vincent Jackson 24-yard pass from Mike Glennon (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 14:46 Drive: 4 plays, 39 yards, :55

Key plays: Eric Page 40-yard punt return to Eagles 39; Glennon 10-yard pass to RB Jeff Demps to Eagles 24.

Eagles 14, Bucs 10

DeSean Jackson 12-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Henery kick)

Time: 7:05 Drive: 8 plays, 54 yards, 3:20

Key plays: Foles 11-yard pass to RB LeSean McCoy to Bucs 41; Foles 10-yard pass to TE Brent Celek to Bucs 31; McCoy 8-yard run on third and 1 to Bucs 14.

Bucs 17, Eagles 14

Vincent Jackson 1-yard pass from Mike Glennon (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 1:02 Drive: 10 plays, 79 yards, 6:03

Key plays: Glennon 10-yard pass to RB Doug Martin to Bucs 34; Martin 11-yard run to Bucs 49; Glennon 16-yard run on third and 14 to Eagles 39; Glennon 14-yard pass to WR Chris Owusu to Eagles 25; Martin 24-yard run to Eagles 1.


Eagles 21, Bucs 17

Riley Cooper 47-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Henery kick)

Time: 11:41 Drive: 5 plays, 66 yards, 1:58

Key plays: CB Bradley Fletcher 5-yard interception return to Eagles 34; LeSean McCoy 4-yard run on third and 2 to Eagles 46.


Eagles 21, Bucs 20

Rian Lindell 27-yard field goal

Time: 10:48 Drive: 16 plays, 90 yards, 7:57

Key plays: Mike Glennon 12-yard pass to WR Vincent Jackson to Bucs 14; Glennon 10-yard pass to TE Tim Wright on third and 9 to Bucs 25; Glennon 24-yard pass to Jackson on third and 9 to midfield; Glennon 16-yard pass to Wright on third and 5 to Eagles 29; 16-yard pass interference on CB Roc Carmichael to Eagles 9.

Eagles 28, Bucs 20

DeSean Jackson 36-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Henery kick)

Time: 9:32 Drive: 3 plays, 80 yards, 1:16

Key play: Foles 44-yard pass to WR Riley Cooper to Bucs 36.

Eagles 31, Bucs 20

Alex Henery 24-yard field goal

Time: 2:34 Drive: 12 plays, 49 yards, 5:29

Key plays: LeSean McCoy 4-yard run on third and 2 to Bucs 43; Bryce Brown 9-yard run to Bucs 26; 5-yard offside on Bucs on fourth-and-1 sack to Bucs 12.

Bucs-Eagles: how they scored 10/13/13 [Last modified: Sunday, October 13, 2013 8:54pm]
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