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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars: How they scored

First quarter
7-0 Bucs 9:24 10 plays, 80 yards, 5:36
LeGarrette Blount 1-yard run (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: For the first time since Dec. 5, 2010, the Bucs scored an offensive touchdown during the first quarter (and for the first time since Nov. 14, 2010, on their first possession of the game). Josh Freeman hit WR Preston Parker for a 14-yard pass on third and 4 to keep the drive moving, then hit TE Kellen Winslow for 28 yards to the Jaguars 8 on fourth and 1.


Second quarter
14-0 Bucs 14:09 6 plays, 52 yards, 3:02
Josh Freeman 13-yard run (Connor Barth kick) Key plays: Tampa Bay's second scoring drive was set up by CB Ronde Barber's third interception of the season, which he returned to the Bucs 48. Freeman hit FB Erik Lorig for 22 yards to the Jacksonville 16, then scored on a scramble up the middle three plays later.
14-7 Bucs 7:36 None
Colin Cloherty 8-yard fumble return (Josh Scobee kick) Key play: For the second time in the game, Preston Parker fumbled a punt return when hit by Jaguars RB Montell Owens. This time, the ball was scooped up by Cloherty, and the tight end covered the 8 yards for the touchdown.
14-14 2:05 4 plays, 77 yards, 2:27
Maurice Jones-Drew 1-yard run (Josh Scobee kick). Key plays: Blaine Gabbert hit WR Jarett Dillard for 11 yards, then found TE Marcedes Lewis behind the secondary for a 62-yard pass to the Bucs 2. The Bucs stopped Jones-Drew but had 12 men on the field. He scored on the next play.
21-14 Jaguars 1:53 None
Nate Collins fumble recovery in end zone (Josh Scobee kick) Key play: Facing first and 19 at the Bucs 11, QB Josh Freeman fumbled when sacked by LB Daryl Smith. Collins, a tackle, recovered in the end zone, giving Jacksonville its first lead.
28-14 Jaguars :04 9 plays, 49 yards, :58
Maurice Jones-Drew 5-yard pass from Blaine Gabbert (Josh Scobee kick). Key plays: An interception by former Bucs CB Ashton Youboty at the Bucs 49 set up Jacksonville's fourth touchdown in a span of 7:32. Gabbert completed 6 of 8 passes for 49 yards, including the touchdown to Jones-Drew on third down.


Fourth quarter
35-14 Jaguars 10:22 10 plays, 74 yards, 5:31
Maurice Jones-Drew 5-yard pass from Blaine Gabbert (Josh Scobee kick). Key plays: Jones-Drew had a 14-yard run and catches of 17 and 10 yards and DuJuan Harris a 24-yard run to the Bucs 11 to set up Jones-Drew's third touchdown.
41-14 Jaguars 2:31 9 plays, 55 yards, 4:55
Maurice Jones-Drew 1-yard run (run failed). Key plays: Two more Bucs penalties, a face mask and hitting a defenseless receiver on an incomplete fourth-down pass, helped the Jaguars tack on a late score.


Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Jacksonville Jaguars: How they scored 12/11/11 [Last modified: Sunday, December 11, 2011 9:40pm]
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