If you are viewing this story via our mobile app and are unable to see videos and tweets, click here . Tom Brady accounted for five touchdowns, and the Bucs pulled away late in a 45-20 win over the Raiders Sunday at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.Brady passed for four touchdowns and ran for another as Tampa Bay won for the fifth time in six games to improve to 5-2.Las Vegas dropped to 3-3.The Raiders, down 24-10 in the third quarter, closed to 24-20 on Daniel Carlson’s 36-yard field goal with 12:43 to play. But the Bucs scored the final 21 points, taking advantage of an Antoine Winfield Jr. interception and turnover on downs in Las Vegas territory, to win going away.Brady was 33-of-45 for 369 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions. He spread the ball among nine different receivers, led by Chris Godwin with nine for 88 yards and a touchdown.Scotty Miller caught six passes for 109 yards and a touchdown, and Rob Gronkowski added five receptions for 62 yards and a TD.Devin White had 11 tackles, including nine solo stops, and three sacks to lead the Bucs' defense.Antoine Winfeld Jr. intercepted Derek Carr at the Raiders 40 and returned the ball 16 yards to the 24 to set up the Bucs in prime scoring position midway through the fourth quarter.Tom Brady connected with Chris Godwin on a 23-yard pass one play later, moving the ball to the Las Vegas 1.Ronald Jones went airborne to pick up the final yard, putting Tampa Bay ahead 38-20 with 6:40 to play.The Bucs' defense came up with another big play on the Raiders' next possession.Linebacker Devin White forced Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr out of bounds just short of the fourth-down marker, forcing a turnover on downs and giving Tampa Bay possession at the Raiders 32 with 5:27 to play.Brady’s one-yard scoring pass to Tyler Johnson gave the Bucs a commanding 45-20 lead with 3:13 remaining.The Bucs extended their lead to 31-20 on Tom Brady’s four-yard touchdown pass to Chris Godwin with 7:22 remaining.A 12-yard pass from Brady to Scotty Miller out of the bunch formation set up the touchdown.Brady completed passes of 15 yards to Mike Evans and 13 to Leonard Fournette earlier in the drive.The Raiders were driving for a potential game-tying touchdown early in the fourth quarter when Bucs linebacker Lavonte David made one of the biggest plays of the game.With Las Vegas facing third and four at the Tampa Bay 20, David forced tight end Darren Waller out of bounds just short of the first-down marker following a three-yard catch.The Raiders were forced to settle for Daniel Carlson’s 36-yard field goal, keeping the Bucs ahead 24-20 with 12:43 to play.Berkeley Prep product Nelson Agholor continues to create problems for the Bucs, catching a 44-yard pass to the Tampa Bay 3 to set up a third-quarter Raiders touchdown.After Josh Jacobs ran for two yards to the 1, Darren Waller pulled in a touchdown pass from Derek Carr to trim the Bucs' lead to 24-17 with 4:15 to play in the quarter.The Bucs helped to keep the drive alive with a pair of penalties, defensive holding against Sean Murphy-Bunting and an offside penalty on Shaquil Barrett that erased a Mike Edwards interception.Agholor has five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown.Las Vegas guard Gabe Jackson was ejected for unnecessary roughness after the play.Ryan Succop’s 29-yard field goal with 8:16 left in the third quarter gives the Bucs' a two-touchdown lead at 24-10.The field goal capped a 10-play, 69-yard drive that ate up almost five minutes of the third-quarter clock.The big play was a 35-yard pass from Tom Brady to Scotty Miller to the Raiders 28.Miller has five receptions for 96 yards and a touchdown.Tom Brady passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as the Bucs led the Raiders 21-10 at halftime Sunday at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.Brady’s five-yard back-shoulder throw to tight end Rob Gronkowski in the back left corner of the end zone put Tampa Bay ahead 14-10 with 4:21 remaining in the second quarter.The Bucs extended their lead to 21-10 on Brady’s 33-yard touchdown pass to Scotty Miller down the left sideline with 17 seconds left in the half.Brady scored on a one-yard sneak to put Tampa Bay on the board with just over five minutes left in the first quarter, capping a 10-play, 77-yard drive.Brady competed 18 of 26 passes for 205 yards and the two touchdowns in the half. Gronkowski caught four passes for 56 yards and a touchdown.Former Berkeley Prep standout Nelson Agholor opened the scoring just over five minutes into the game, catching a 20-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to give the Raiders an early 7-0 lead.Las Vegas’ Daniel Carlson kicked a 42-yard field goal at the start of the second quarter on a drive that was extended by a successful fake punt.Running back Leonard Fournette carried the Bucs most of the way, and tight end Rob Gronkowski got them into the end zone on an eight-play, 85-yard drive that put Tampa Bay ahead 14-10 late in the first half.The drive started from the Tampa Bay 15 with an 11-yard pass from Tom Brady to Fournette, who made a juggling catch to pick up the first down.Fournette rushed four times for 27 yards on the drive, including a 24-yard run that set up the Bucs at the Raiders 33.Chris Godwin had a 16-yard reception earlier in the drive.The other big play was a 26-yard pass from Tom Brady to Gronkowski to move the ball to the Raiders 4. After Fournette lost a yard, Grady found Gronkowski on a back-shoulder throw for a five-yard touchdown, putting Tampa Bay ahead 14-10 with just over four minutes remaining in the second quarter.The Bucs appeared to have stopped the Raiders in their own territory on their second possession of the game.But Las Vegas successfully pulled off a fake punt, Jeff Heath picking up the one yard over left guard for a first down at the Raiders 34.A 29-yard pass from Derek Carr to Henry Ruggs down the left sideline three plays later moved the ball to the Bucs 30.Tampa Bay thought it had forced a turnover when Shaquil Barrett hit Carr as he was throwing from the Bucs 33. The call on the field was a fumble, and Ndamukong Suh returned the ball 62 yards to the Raiders 15. But the play was overturned following a replay review and the pass ruled incomplete.The drive culiminated in a 42-yard Daniel Carlson field goal, putting the Raiders back ahead 10-7 early in the second quarter.Las Vegas is 6-of-7 on fourth downs this season.The Bucs drove 77 yards for a tying touchdown on their second possession while almost entirely ignoring their wide receivers.Tight ends Rob Gronkowski and Tanner Hudson caught passes of 22 and 12 yards, respectively, and running back Leonard Fournette had an eight-yard reception.Ronald Jones carried five times for 28 yards, and Brady sneaked one yard up the middle for the touchdown, tying the game at 7 with 5-1/2 minutes remaining in the first quarter.Chris Godwin, with a six-yard catch, was the only receiver to touch the ball on the drive.Former Berkeley Prep standout Nelson Agholor was more than the Bucs could handle on the Raiders' opening drive, catching two passes for 49 yards.His 21-yard touchdown reception over the middle from Derek Carr gave Las Vegas a 7-0 lead.In addition to the touchdown, Agholor had the big play on the drive, a 28-yard reception over the middle to give the Raiders possession at the Bucs' 28.Carr completed 3-of-3 passes for 64 yards and the touchdown.The Bucs went three-and-out on their opening drive against the Raiders this afternoon at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.After Tom Brady overthrew tight end Rob Gronkowski on a long pass over the middle, Ronald Jones carried for no yards and Brady threw underneath to Gronkowski for a three-yard gain, forcing Tampa Bay to punt.Chucky’s back, and he can’t be happy .Not with the Bucs, who fired him six seasons after he led them to their only Super Bowl. And not with Tom Brady, who as the Patriots’ quarterback was the central figure in the Tuck Rule game that kept Jon Gruden’s Raiders from playing in the AFC Championship Game in 2002.So you can imagine Gruden’s mindset today as his Raiders face Brady and the Bucs at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.The Raiders, 3-2 and coming off a win two weeks ago over the Super Bowl champion Chiefs, are off to their best start in years. And who should stand in their way but the Bucs, who improved to 4-2 with their 28-point dismantling of the previously unbeaten Packers last weekend.Likely further clouding Gruden’s mood was offensive lineman Trent Brown’s positive COVID-19 test, which caused the Raiders to send all five of their starting offensive linemen home earlier in the week.Since the NFL didn’t want to risk the possibility of a last-minute cancellation for a primetime telecast, it moved the game from its featured spot on NBC’s Sunday Night Football to 4:05 p.m. on Fox.While the Raiders will get linemen Kolton Miller, Denzelle Good, Rodney Hudson and Gabe Jackson back for the game after they tested negative in results received earlier today, according to the Associated Press, they missed practice Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, and a walkthrough on Saturday.Furthermore, safety Johnathan Abram, who last had contact with Brown on Tuesday, must wait one more day before he can be cleared to return and will miss the game.What does all of that mean for the NFC South-leading Bucs, who traded for veteran defensive tackle Steve McLendon and signed wide receiver Antonio Brown (who isn’t eligible to return from his eight-week suspension until Nov. 8) during the past week?We’ll find out together, starting at 4:05 p.m., as they seek their fifth win in their past six games.Follow our Bucs Instagram account at @TampaBayTimesBucs Follow our writer covering the game on Twitter at @NFLStroud Here’s some of our content leading up to today’s game: Antonio Brown could earn as much as $2.5 million with Bucs Tom Brady and the Bucs? 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