Bucs up 10-7, after Foles showed some wheels

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The Buccaneers were finally able to keep a touchdown on the board, and took a 10-7 lead in the second quarter over the Eagles.

Vincent Jackson scored for the first time in eight games, getting more open than the best receiver on a spotty offense should for the go-ahead touchdown.

The Bucs had previously put a field goal on the board after a Darrelle Revis fumble return touchdown was overturned on review. LeSean McCoy coughed it up for the first time in 123 carries, but the Eagles were able to keep Revis down by contact, taking the points off the board.

The Eagles have struggled with injuries, as safety Patrick Chung and running back Chris Polk leaving with shoulder issues. They got on the board first with quarterback Nick Foles running for a score, but nothing to make people forget Michael Vick.