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Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons: How they scored

First quarter
Scores
3-0 Bucs 1:19 9 plays, 37 yards, 3:23
Connor Barth 49-yard field goal. Key plays: The Bucs picked up one first down on a 4-yard pass from Josh Freeman to RB Earnest Graham on third and 1 then added another on a 16-yard reception by Mike Williams to the Atlanta 39. Barth kicked the line-drive field goal four plays later.
First quarter
Scores
3-0 Bucs 1:19 9 plays, 37 yards, 3:23
Connor Barth 49-yard field goal. Key plays: The Bucs picked up one first down on a 4-yard pass from Josh Freeman to RB Earnest Graham on third and 1 then added another on a 16-yard reception by Mike Williams to the Atlanta 39. Barth kicked the line-drive field goal four plays later.


3-0

Second quarter
Scores
3-3 Tie 11:10 11 plays, 84 yards, 5:09
Matt Bryant 26-yard field goal. Key play: Matt Ryan hit Roddy White down the right sideline for a 30-yard pickup to the Bucs 14.
10-3 Bucs 3:37 12 plays, 80 yards, 7:33
Josh Freeman 1-yard run (Connor Barth kick). Key play: Freeman hit rookie TE Luke Stocker for 24 yards to the Falcons 30.
13-3 Bucs 1:56 4 plays, 1 yard, 1:29
Connor Barth 26-yard field goal. Key play: Credit the defense. DE Adrian Clayborn sacked Matt Ryan and caused a fumble that was recovered by DE Michael Bennett at the Falcons 9.
Second quarter
Scores
3-3 Tie 11:10 11 plays, 84 yards, 5:09
Matt Bryant 26-yard field goal. Key play: Matt Ryan hit Roddy White down the right sideline for a 30-yard pickup to the Bucs 14.
10-3 Bucs 3:37 12 plays, 80 yards, 7:33
Josh Freeman 1-yard run (Connor Barth kick). Key play: Freeman hit rookie TE Luke Stocker for 24 yards to the Falcons 30.
13-3 Bucs 1:56 4 plays, 1 yard, 1:29
Connor Barth 26-yard field goal. Key play: Credit the defense. DE Adrian Clayborn sacked Matt Ryan and caused a fumble that was recovered by DE Michael Bennett at the Falcons 9.


13-3

Third quarter
Scores
16-3 Bucs 6:50 16 plays, 70 yards, 8:10
Connor Barth 28-yard field goal. Key plays: The Bucs benefited from a 15-yard penalty for a late hit and got runs by QB Josh Freeman of 3 yards (on fourth and 1) and 14 yards (on a draw) before the drive stalled.
Third quarter
Scores
16-3 Bucs 6:50 16 plays, 70 yards, 8:10
Connor Barth 28-yard field goal. Key plays: The Bucs benefited from a 15-yard penalty for a late hit and got runs by QB Josh Freeman of 3 yards (on fourth and 1) and 14 yards (on a draw) before the drive stalled.


16-3

Fourth quarter
Scores
16-10 Bucs 9:55 2 plays, 59 yards, :43
Tony Gonzalez 10-yard pass from Matt Ryan (Matt Bryant kick). Key plays: Taking possession at his 41, Ryan spotted Julio Jones all alone down the left hash mark and lofted a 49-yard pass to the Bucs 10. One play later, Ryan found his All-Pro tight end for the score.
16-13 Bucs 4:06 13 plays, 53 yards, 3:40
Matt Bryant 33-yard field goal. Key plays: Matt Ryan connected on four passes to Roddy White for 45 yards, and the Bucs were hit with a roughing the passer penalty to give Atlanta first and goal at the 5. But a sack and two incompletions denied the Falcons a shot at the lead.
Fourth quarter
Scores
16-10 Bucs 9:55 2 plays, 59 yards, :43
Tony Gonzalez 10-yard pass from Matt Ryan (Matt Bryant kick). Key plays: Taking possession at his 41, Ryan spotted Julio Jones all alone down the left hash mark and lofted a 49-yard pass to the Bucs 10. One play later, Ryan found his All-Pro tight end for the score.
16-13 Bucs 4:06 13 plays, 53 yards, 3:40
Matt Bryant 33-yard field goal. Key plays: Matt Ryan connected on four passes to Roddy White for 45 yards, and the Bucs were hit with a roughing the passer penalty to give Atlanta first and goal at the 5. But a sack and two incompletions denied the Falcons a shot at the lead.


16-13

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons: How they scored 09/25/11 [Last modified: Monday, September 26, 2011 9:25am]
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