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Bucs-Patriots: How they scored

Kenbrell Thompkins heads toward the end zone for the first of his two first-half touchdowns.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Kenbrell Thompkins heads toward the end zone for the first of his two first-half touchdowns.

FIRST QUARTER

Bucs 3, Patriots 0

Rian Lindell 30-yard field goal

Time: 1:47Drive: 13 plays, 76 yards, 6:01

Key plays: QB Josh Freeman 19-yard pass to WR Vincent Jackson on third and 8 to Bucs 33; Freeman 13-yard pass to WR Mike Williams to Bucs 48; 20-yard pass interference against CB Kyle Arrington to Pats 15.

SECOND QUARTER

Patriots 7, Bucs 3

Kenbrell Thompkins 16-yard pass from Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski kick)

Time: 7:31Drive: 11 plays, 66 yards, 5:13

Key plays: Brady 15-yard pass to WR Aaron Dobson on third and 4 to Bucs 45; Brady 6-yard pass to Dobson on fourth and 2 to Bucs 31.

Patriots 14, Bucs 3

Kenbrell Thompkins 5-yard pass from Tom Brady (Stephen Gostkowski kick)

Time: :47Drive: 10 plays, 62 yards, 3:33

Key plays: Brady 9-yard pass to WR Aaron Dobson to Patriots 47; 28-yard pass interference against CB Johnthan Banks on third-down incompletion to Bucs 17; Brady 3-yard run on third and 1 to Bucs 5.

Patriots 17, Bucs 3

Stephen Gostkowski 53-yard field goal

Time: :00Drive: 3 plays, 8 yards, :11

Key plays: CB Aqib Talib interception at Bucs 43; QB Tom Brady 5-yard run on third and 2 to Bucs 35.

THIRD QUARTER

Patriots 20, Bucs 3

Stephen Gostkowski 46-yard field goal

Time: 3:38Drive: 8 plays, 36 yards, 4:15

Key plays: QB Tom Brady 15-yard pass to TE Michael Hoo­manawanui to Bucs 49; Brady 6-yard pass to WR Aaron Dobson on third and 2 to Bucs 35; Brady 16-yard pass to Hoomanawanui on third and 19 to Bucs 28.

FOURTH QUARTER

Patriots 23, Bucs 3

Stephen Gostkowski 33-yard field goal

Time: 8:19Drive: 10 plays, 51 yards, 4:44

Key plays: QB Tom Brady 17-yard pass to RB Brandon Bolden to Bucs 49; Brady 12-yard pass to WR Julian Edelman to Bucs 37; Brady 7-yard pass to Bolden on third and 8 to Bucs 15.

Bucs-Patriots: How they scored 09/22/13 [Last modified: Sunday, September 22, 2013 11:56pm]
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