Bucs Strike in the Third, Doug Martin Makes it 14-10

The Buccaneers didn’t take long, putting up their second touchdown of the day within the first three minutes of the third quarter.

The drive began with a big-time grab from TE Dallas Clark, then a 10-yard Doug Martin run moved the chains. Facing a third-and-four on the fresh set of downs, Freeman rolled right to avoid pressure and found RB D.J. Ware to convert.

Then, from the Oakland 45-yard line, Doug Martin took the first-and-10 handoff straight up the middle, broke to the left and outran the Raider defenders with a nice stiff arm for good measure. That touchdown is the longest run for the Buccaneers this season.

Connor Barth added the extra point, giving the Bucs a 14-10 lead.

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