Bucs win against Cardinals in first home game in a month, breaking 4-game losing streak


TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are back home for the first time in 49 days as they host the Arizona Cardinals. Head coach Bruce Arians faces his former team for the first time since retiring from coaching after the 2017 season.

1st Quarter

The Bucs first possession of the day results in an interception by Jameis Winston, who was trying to connect with wide receiver Chris Godwin on 3rd down.

The Bucs respond on defense forcing the Cardinals to settle for a 37-yard field goal.  3-0 Cardinals.

SCORE: Cardinals 3 | Buccaneers 0

The Bucs’ offense made up for first drive blunders with a 11-play, 60-yard touchdown drive capped off by a 7-yard touchdown run by Ronald Jones II. Winston had three passes go for 17+ yards on the drive.

SCORE: Cardinals 3 | Buccaneers 7

Cardinals score a 54-yard field goal.

SCORE: Cardinals 6 | Buccaneers 7

2nd Quarter

SCORE: Cardinals 6 | Buccaneers 10

Cardinals score 33-yard touchdown.

SCORE: Cardinals 13 | Buccaneers 10

SCORE: Cardinals 13 | Buccaneers 17

3rd Quarter

Matt Gay makes a 45-yard field goal.

SCORE: Cardinals 13 | Buccaneers 20

Cardinals with a 69-yard touchdown. Extra point is good.

SCORE: Cardinals 20 | Buccaneers 20

Matt Gay makes a 41-yard field goal.

SCORE: Cardinals 20 | Buccaneers 23

4th Quarter

Cardinals score a 15-yard touchdown.

SCORE: Cardinals 27 | Buccaneers 23

Bucs with a 1-yard touchdown.

SCORE: Cardinals 27 | Buccaneers 30

Buccaneers take the win, breaking their four-game losing streak against the Cardinals in their first home game in a month.


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