Buccaneers Take Lead with 42-Yard Field Goal

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began the second half with the ball, looking to break the tie they went into halftime with.

On the drive, the Buccaneers converted on three third-down attempts. The first was a short pass up the middle to Tiquan Underwood, the second a 13-yarder to TE Dallas Clark and the third came on a 31-yard bomb down the left sideline when Josh Freeman connected with a diving WR Vincent Jackson.

There, from the Atlanta 24-yard line, Freeman attempted three deep shots, but failed to connect with his targets, setting up the fourth down and 42-yard field goal attempt. K Connor Barth drilled it, making his seventh point of the afternoon.

The Falcons will start with the ball at their 20-yard line after a touchback. 8:37 remains in the third quarter with the Buccaneers on to 13-10.

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