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12.04.2019 05:15
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SAN DIEGO -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, so woeful for so long, are doing everything they can to prove theyre for real.Jameis Winston threw a go-ahead, 12-yard touchdown pass to Cameron Brate midway through the fourth quarter and Keith Tandy intercepted Philip Rivers in the end zone with 2:56 left to give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their fourth straight victory, 28-21 victory against San Diego on Sunday.The Bucs (7-5) pulled into a tie with Atlanta atop the NFC South.Ive been here for five years and this is the first time weve been playing meaningful football in December, so I cant lie to you, it is a great feeling, Tandy said. But we also know we have a lot of work to do, so well take 24 hours to enjoy it and get back to work.Since winning the Super Bowl here in January 2003 with a rout of the Oakland Raiders, the Bucs have been back to the playoffs only twice, losing in the wild-card round both times. Theyve missed the playoffs the last eight years.Were having fun, and when you have fun good things happen, rookie cornerback Vernon Hargreaves said. Hopefully we can keep this streak going and see where it takes us.Rivers threw two second-half interceptions, including Lavonte Davids pick-6.Hargreaves had a hand in both pickoffs.He tipped the ball that David plucked out of the air and returned 15 yards for a 17-14 lead late in the third quarter.After Winstons go-ahead TD pass to Brate and a 2-point conversion pass to Mike Evans, Rivers had the Chargers on the move in the final minutes. Hargreaves hollered out what route to look for. Tandy got in front of a pass to Dontrelle Inman along the right sideline and picked it off.Tandys momentum carried him into the end zone, giving the Bucs the ball on their 20. They were able to run out the clock.Tandy said the defense made adjustments at halftime and came out fired up.We didnt have the energy we had the last couple of weeks. So thats all we kept talking about, Tandy said. You could hear guys going, `Lets get the energy back. Lets get the energy back and lets keep punching. The Chargers (5-7) were trying to get back to .500 for the first time since Week 2. They remain buried in the AFC West basement.In his last home game, Rivers was intercepted four times in the fourth quarter of a 31-24 loss to Miami.Weve had a handful like this, not necessarily exactly losing them this way, but we have had our chances to win and we havent gotten it done, Rivers said.You cant turn it over twice. Cant turn it over, one for a touchdown and the other in that situation.WINNING DRIVETampa Bay benefited from a short punt by Drew Kaser to start the winning drive on its 46. Winston found Brate for the TD on the fourth play of the drive, with 9:01 to play, and then hit Evans on a conversion pass for a 28-21 lead.Winston was 20 of 30 for 280 yards, with one TD and one pickoff.Winston was intercepted by Casey Hayward on Tampa Bays first possession, but Josh Lambo was wide left on a 53-yard field goal try. Winston then led the Bucs on a drive capped by Doug Martins 2-yard touchdown run on a great second effort.MORE RIVERSAfter giving up the pick-6, Rivers came right back and led a drive capped by a nice 40-yard touchdown toss to Williams for a 21-17 lead. Rivers also threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Inman on the games first possession.BOSA WATCHChargers rookie defensive end Joey Bosa sacked Winston for a 12-yard loss on second-and-10 from the San Diego 15 late in the first half. Jacquizz Rodgers got 14 back on the next play, but the Bucs had to try a 31-yard field goal and Roberto Aguayo pushed it wide right.Bosa has 5 1/2 sacks. He might have had more by now, but he missed all of training camp in a nasty contract spat with management, then hurt a hamstring that cost him the first four games.Bosa came off late in the game, appearing to slightly favor his left leg. He returned a few plays later. Coach Mike McCoy refused to say what the problem was.INJURIESTampa Bay wide receiver Cecil Shorts III was taken off the field on a cart after sustaining a knee injury on a hard hit by San Diegos Jahleel Addae following a catch on the Bucs first possession. Shorts was tended to for a few minutes and then put on the cart. The entire Buccaneers team came out near the cart, and several of the players slapped hands with the wide receiver. Shorts pumped a fist toward his teammates as he was driven off.Tampa Bay also lost WR Adam Humphries with a concussion and tight end Luke Stocker with an ankle injury.---For more NFL coverage: and Nike Air Max 1 Australia . This should be celebrated because it will not always be this way. With the amount of money given to players by their clubs these days, it is a wonder that so many of those teams allow the sport to continue to take away many of their assets so they can play for a different team in the middle of their season. Air Max 1 Sale Cheap . The formidable trio of Canadian receivers -- individually known as Chris Getzlaf, Rob Bagg and Andy Fantuz -- will share the field at Mosaic Stadium one more time on Sunday. . He was followed closely by David Clarkson, donning red, seconds later. Clarksons actions one night earlier, leaping off the bench in defence of Kessel during a pre-season game against the Buffalo Sabres, will cost him the first 10 games of the regular season. Air Max 1 Sale Australia . -- James Young couldnt wait to apply those tweaks to his jump shot, and the first one he made against UT Arlington told him it could be a good night. Air Max 1 Wholesale Australia . After a lengthy wait, persistent rain finally forced the postponement of the Nationals game against the Miami Marlins on Saturday night. The teams, and a few thousand fans, waited nearly four hours from the 7:05 scheduled start time before an announcement was made shortly before 11 p. All is forgiven, Michael Jennings.The besieged NSW centre capped one of the great comebacks by scoring the match-winning try in the Blues 18-14 State of Origin III triumph on Wednesday night at ANZ Stadium.Jennings would have considered himself lucky to retain his spot as the Blues tried to salvage something after losing a 10th series in 11 years to Queensland.In the NRL, Jennings has the Midas touch.In game two for NSW this year, Jennings had the opposite.Everything Jennings touched did not turn to gold, bombing two almost certain tries as the Blues succumbed 26-16 in game two in Brisbane.Suddenly, the 28-year-old Jennings Origin career was at a crossroads.Only something special in his 18th Origin it seemed would keep Jennings in the NSW mix for next year.He left it late - but he made it count.Jennings crossed with 78 seconds left after a long James Tedesco run from a Blake Ferguson break, providing some consolation for his game-two shocker.To get that win is an awesome feeling, said Jennings who made 127m and had one line break.I am grateful for the opportunity.I was fortunate enough to get there in the end.It means a lot - well go into next year wwith a positive attitude.ddddddddddddQueensland looked set for a fifth series whitewash when fullback Darius Boyd crossed in the 75th minute to give the visitors a 14-12 buffer.However, Jennings went from zero to hero by crossing in the 79th minute in front of 61,267 mostly delirious NSW fans.Its a miracle try, Nine Network commentator and former NSW coach Phil Gould beamed.Jennings also made an impact early in the second half.He was ahead of the NSW kicker in the lead-up to Andrew Fifitas 42nd-minute try but the bunker surprisingly judged that Jennings was not interfering with the play and gave the green light.It was a reversal of fortunes for Jennings who duffed two tries in game two, including one effort where he knocked on by a fingernail.Asked if Jennings had made amends, retiring NSW skipper Paul Gallen said: I wouldnt say made amends.Unfortunately there was a fingernail in it (in game two) - you cant blame him for that.But it was a great try tonight.Hes fast, got good feet and he got there - that was very pleasing. 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