The Bucs didn’t have many bad plays in their 19-3 win over the Cowboys. Tampa Bay won the game with a dominant defensive performance and a strong ground game. The Bucs defense held the Cowboys to just 244 yards and registered four sacks and one interception.
For the bad plays that were made there were several other very good plays. This week’s Most Disappointing list feels a bit more like nitpicking, but there were certainly phases of the game that need improvement.
Red Zone Offense
The first five trips into the red zone in the first half resulted in just 12 points. Back-to-back sacks by Parsons had the Bucs settling for field goals early. One which included a missed attempt by Ryan Succop. The Bucs finally found the end zone in the third quarter with a back shoulder fade and one-handed grab by Mike Evans.
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