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Bucs-Jets: How they scored

From left, Luke Stocker, Doug Martin and Mike Williams celebrate Williams’ touchdown catch.


From left, Luke Stocker, Doug Martin and Mike Williams celebrate Williams’ touchdown catch.


Jets 2, Bucs 0

Fumble out of the end zone

Time: 8:35Drive: None

Key play: Jets score a safety when the ball is snapped into the end zone on third and 5 from the 8 and QB Josh Freeman kicks it out of the end zone.

Bucs 7, Jets 2

Mike Williams 17-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 1:07Drive: 5 plays, 44 yards, 2:39

Key plays: Freeman 7-yard pass to WR Vincent Jackson to Jets 32; Freeman 12-yard pass to Jackson to Jets 20.


Bucs 7, Jets 5

Nick Folk 43-yard field goal

Time: 11:01Drive: 13 plays, 55 yards, 5:06

Key plays: Geno Smith 13-yard pass to WR Santonio Holmes on third and 11 to Jets 32; Smith 21-yard pass to FB Tommy Bohanon on third and 7 to Bucs 44; Smith 13-yard run (5 more yards for defensive holding) on third and 8 to Bucs 24.

Bucs 14, Jets 5

Doug Martin 5-yard run (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 6:46Drive: 1 play, 5 yards, :05

Key play: LB Mason Foster sacks Geno Smith at the Jets 5 and causes a fumble recovered by rookie DT Akeem Spence.

Bucs 14, Jets 12

Kellen Winslow 7-yard pass from Geno Smith (Nick Folk kick)

Time: :34Drive: 6 plays, 31 yards, 1:59

Key plays: S Dawan Landry 38-yard interception return to Bucs 31; Smith 8-yard pass to WR Jeremy Kerley (15 more yards for unnecessary roughness on S Mark Barron for helmet-to-helmet contact) to Bucs 19; Smith 18-yard pass to TE Winslow to Bucs 7.


Jets 15, Bucs 14

Nick Folk 30-yard field goal

Time: 5:05Drive: 14 plays, 65 yards, 6:20

Key plays: Holding on CB Leonard Johnson on Geno Smith's 1-yard scramble on third and 6, resulting in a first down at the Jets 33; Smith 18-yard pass to WR Clyde Gates to midfield; Smith 6-yard pass to RB Bilal Powell on third and 2 to Bucs 36; Smith 14-yard pass to Powell to Bucs 20.

Bucs 17, Jets 15

Rian Lindell 37-yard field goal

Time: :34Drive: 9 plays, 61 yards, 1:40

Key plays: Doug Martin 17-yard run to Bucs 37; Josh Freeman 37-yard pass to Vincent Jackson to Jets 26.

Jets 18, Bucs 17

Nick Folk 48-yard field goal

Time: :02Drive: 5 plays, 50 yards, :32

Key plays: Geno Smith 25-yard pass to Kellen Winslow to Jets 45; Smith 10-yard run (and 15 more yards for late hit on LB Lavonte David) to Bucs 30.

Bucs-Jets: How they scored 09/08/13 [Last modified: Sunday, September 8, 2013 10:34pm]
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