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Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Baltimore Ravens: How they scored

How they scored

Team Score Time Drive The plays
2nd 3-0


13:54 7 plays, 14 yards, 3:05 Billy Cundiff 45-yard field goal. Key plays: The Bucs struggled with field position for the entire first quarter. And after a 38-yard punt by Robert Malone, Baltimore started its third possession at the Tampa Bay 41 with 1:59 left. A 13-yard Joe Flacco pass to T.J. Houshmandzadeh on third and 4 got Baltimore to the 22, but DT Gerald McCoy's sack of Flacco for an 11-yard loss forced the Ravens to settle for the field goal.


4:32 10 plays, 32 yards, 4:24 Connor Barth 22-yard field goal. Key plays: Set up by cornerback Aqib Talib's interception (returned to the Ravens 36), the Bucs got big gains on a 19-yard pass from Josh Freeman to tight end Kellen Winslow and, three plays later, an 8-yard run by Freeman to the Baltimore 4 on third and 7. But two incompletions and a run for no gain by LeGarrette Blount kept Tampa Bay out of the end zone and forced the tying field goal.


3:04 4 plays, 76 yards, 1:28 Todd Heap 65-yard pass from Joe Flacco (Billy Cundiff kick). Key play: The score wasn't tied for long as Heap took advantage of poor Bucs pass coverage to convert the Ravens' longest play of the season. The tight end was virtually uncovered as he sprinted down the left hashmark, caught the ball without breaking stride and sprinted untouched for the go-ahead touchdown.


0:32 5 plays, 55 yards, 1:22 Derrick Mason 10-yard pass from Joe Flacco (Billy Cundiff kick). Key plays: The Bucs' third special teams penalty of the first half set up the Ravens at their 45, and they picked up 21 yards on their next four plays. The big blow, however, came on a 24-yard pass interference penalty against cornerback Myron Lewis at the Baltimore 10. Flacco hit Mason for the touchdown on the ensuing play.
4th 17-10


3:05 13 plays, 77 yards, 4:38 Kellen Winslow 5-yard pass from Josh Freeman (Connor Barth kick). Key plays: The Bucs went to the hurry-up, which resulted in their best drive of the day. It included passes to Mike Williams (11 yards), Winslow (11 and 9 yards), Arrelious Benn (9 yards) and Cadillac Williams (9 yards) before an 11-yard run by Cadillac Williams set up first and goal at the 5. Freeman hit a leaping Winslow under the goal post for the score on the next play.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers-Baltimore Ravens: How they scored 11/28/10 [Last modified: Sunday, November 28, 2010 9:31pm]
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