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Bucs-Saints: How they scored

Kevin Ogletree’s first catch as a Buc goes for a 5-yard touchdown.


Kevin Ogletree’s first catch as a Buc goes for a 5-yard touchdown.


Saints 3, Bucs 0

Garrett Hartley 44-yard field goal

Time: 10:30Drive: 11 plays, 54 yards, 4:30

Key plays: QB Drew Brees 21-yard pass to TE Jimmy Graham on third and 5 to Bucs 39; Brees 13-yard pass to WR Marques Colston on third and 3 to Bucs 19.

Bucs 7, Saints 3

Kevin Ogletree 5-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 5:15Drive: 7 plays, 35 yards, 2:48

Key plays: LB Dekoda Watson interception at Saints 35; QB Josh Freeman 13-yard run on third and 10 to Saints 10.

Saints 10, Bucs 7

Jimmy Graham 56-yard pass from Drew Brees (Garrett Hartley kick)

Time: 2:36Drive: 6 plays, 80 yards, 2:39

Key play: Brees 6-yard pass to Graham on third and 3 to Saints 44.


Saints 13, Bucs 7

Garrett Hartley 41-yard field goal

Time: 8:04Drive: 8 plays, 17 yards, 3:45

Key plays: LB Junior Galette 10-yard fumble return to Bucs 40; Drew Brees 15-yard pass to WR Lance Moore on third and 10 to Bucs 14; 10-yard holding penalty against RG Jahri Evans; LB Lavonte David sack on third and 12 to Bucs 23.


Bucs 14, Saints 13

Mason Foster 85-yard interception return (Rian Lindell kick)

Time: 12:40Drive: None

Saints 16, Bucs 14

Garrett Hartley 27-yard field goal

Time: :00Drive: 5 plays, 54 yards, 1:06

Key plays: K Rian Lindell misses 47-yard field goal; ball placed at Saints 37; QB Drew Brees 15-yard pass to TE Jimmy Graham to Bucs 48; Brees 31-yard pass to WR Marques Colston to Bucs 9.

Bucs-Saints: How they scored 09/15/13 [Last modified: Sunday, September 15, 2013 10:59pm]
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