For Bucs inside linebacker Devin White, he played a game in possibly the roughest circumstances imaginable for an NFL player in Tampa Bay’s 21-16 win over Seattle. Not only did the team travel overseas from Tampa to Munich and have to adjust to the extended travel and time change, but White also had to do so after losing his father unexpectedly just three days before Sunday’s game.
So how did White respond? By having what may very well be his best game of the season. White led the team with nine total tackles and two sacks, one of which included forcing a fumble on Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith that was huge in stopping them from putting points on the board in the red zone.
“I told Antoine [Winfield Jr.] I was going to be the first to get us back on the takeaway train,” White said.
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