Better late than never! The Buccaneers offense has found its rhythm. Doug Martin punched one in from four-yards out to cap off a 75-yard drive and giving the Bucs an 11-point lead.
The Bucs converted two huge third-down plays on the drive. On third-and-nine, Josh Freeman scrambled up the middle for a 13 yard gain. On the next set of downs, he hit Vincent Jackson on a third-and-seven play for a 28-yard completion that set up the Bucs at the 12-yard line.
From there, Martin took three straight handoffs, his third going for the four-yard score. The play puts him over 100 rushing yards on the game. He now officially holds the record for most rushing yards in a rookie season by a Buccaneer.