Bad penalty calls, bad kicks, and bad defense, but Jameis Winston looked very good and so did the offensive line.
“Buccaneers rookie kicker Kyle Brindza sat staring at his locker late Sunday afternoon, sweat dripping down the back he kept perpetually turned toward his teammates. It’s no wonder he couldn’t face them. This one was on him. Not on him alone, of course. A penalty-prone defense that didn’t stop the run well enough and a receiving corps that let a half-dozen potentially game-changing passes slip through its hands played roles, too.” – Reported by Roy Cummings
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