Mike Evans touchdown gives Bucs a 19-3 lead


It took almost three full quarters before the first Sunday Night Football game saw its first touchdown. Bucs receiver Mike Evans made a spectacular catch over Trevon Diggs in the end zone with 3:23 remaining in the third quarter.

It has given Tampa Bay a 19-3 lead.

Evans has five receptions for 71 yards, including the 5-yard touchdown.

The Bucs had four field goals and a missed field goal by Ryan Succop in the first half before their first punt on the first possession of the second half.

Tom Brady then led the Bucs on a seven-play, 79-yard scoring drive.

Brady is 16-of-23 for 199 yards and a touchdown.

The Bucs have 310 yards to the Cowboys’ 109 as the Dallas offense can get nothing going.

6 responses to “Mike Evans touchdown gives Bucs a 19-3 lead

  1. Amari Cooper instantly made this offense better when he arrived in Dallas and the offense instantly went down the tubes when they traded him.

  2. Salt in the wound…Dak is now in the locker room having his hand x-rayed. Jones boys are not happy.

  3. This game was so boring. I don’t know what to think about the Bucs. If they beat the Saints next week, it’ll already be an improvement from last season.

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