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Bucs vs. Eagles: How they scored

Receivers Mike Williams (19) and Vincent Jackson celebrate Williams’ touchdown catch that cuts the Bucs’ deficit to 10-7.

DANIEL WALLACE | Times

Receivers Mike Williams (19) and Vincent Jackson celebrate Williams’ touchdown catch that cuts the Bucs’ deficit to 10-7.

Second quarter
Scores
Eagles 3-0 7:13 9 plays, 33 yards, 2:49
Alex Henery 28-yard field goal. Key plays: Face mask on LB Adam Hayward on punt return to TB 43; WR Jason Avant 20 pass from Nick Foles on third and 17 to TB 20; Bryce Brown 11 run to TB 9.
Eagles 10-0 1:40 7 plays, 80 yards, 2:57
Nick Foles 10-yard run (Alex Henery kick). Key plays: WR Damaris Johnson 14 pass from Foles to PHI 45; Avant 39 pass from Foles on third and 4 to TB 10.


Third quarter
Scores
Eagles 10-7 11:35 3 plays, 5 yards, :39
Mike Williams 1-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: Dekoda Watson recovers Damaris Johnson's muffed punt at PHI 5; Doug Martin 4 run to PHI 1.


Fourth quarter
Scores
Bucs 14-10 14:26 9 plays, 77 yards, 3:48
Vincent Jackson 13-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: Jackson 40 pass from Freeman to PHI 27; Martin 9 run to PHI 18; Martin 2 run on third and 1 plus face mask to PHI 8.
Bucs 21-10 7:21 11 plays, 75 yards, 5:57
Doug Martin 4-yard run (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: Martin 11 run to TB 43; Freeman 13 run on third and 9 to PHI 43; Jackson 28 pass from Freeman to PHI 12 on third and 7.
Bucs 21-16 3:55 8 plays, 72 yards, 3:26
Clay Harbor 11-yard pass from Nick Foles (pass failed). Key plays: Maclin 24 pass from Foles to TB 48; Maclin 22 pass from Foles on third and 10 to TB 26.
Eagles 23-21 :00 13 plays, 64 yards, 2:44
Jeremy Maclin 1-yard pass from Nick Foles (Alex Henery kick). Key plays: Maclin 23 pass from Foles on third and 14 to TB 45; Maclin 9 pass from Foles to TB 31; Foles 3 run on fourth and 1 to TB 28; Avant 22 pass from Foles on fourth and 5 to TB 1.

Bucs vs. Eagles: How they scored 12/09/12 [Last modified: Sunday, December 9, 2012 7:46pm]
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