Freeman Hits Williams for a Touchdown, Bucs Up 21-10

Following another impressive stand by the Buccaneer defense, the Buccaneers took over at their own 40-yard line, thanks to a Roscoe Parrish 26-yard punt return.

The offense started right where they left off, taking a deep shot down the right sideline to Mike Williams that landed just a couple yards long. The incompletion didn’t scare them though, as Josh Freeman dropped back again on the third-and-five play, hitting Mike Williams who caught the ball over Michael Huff and broke the tackle, taking it inside the red zone for 37 yards.

Martin added two more runs, breaking the 100-yard mark on the day, before a neutral zone infraction gave the Bucs the automatic first down inside the 10-yard line. Another run put them at the five-yard line, which set up the ensuing play-action pass.

Josh Freeman faked the handoff up the middle, took a couple steps, and threw a perfectly located pass to WR Mike Williams in the end zone. The extra point made it 21-10, giving the Bucs a two-possession lead.

The ensuing kickoff went out the back of the end zone. The Raiders will get the ball at the 20 with 7:12 remaining in the third quarter.

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