Tampa Bay-Buffalo: Bills Blast Bumbling Bucs, 33-20

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Published: September 20, 2009

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Tampa Bay saw their best opportunity of the first quarter of the season slip past their fingers as the Buccaneers had turnovers, penalties, and some defensive lapses in a uglier then the score indicates 33-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo, coming off a tough loss against their rival New England Patriots, came out fired up and blasted Tampa Bay in the first quarter.

Trent Edwards connected on a 32 yard touchdown to Lee Evans to open up the scoring for Buffalo. Like against Dallas, the Bucs secondary allowed Evans to slip behind them and it was a pinpoint toss by Edwards for the touchdown.

On the ensuing offensive possession, Buffalo Safety Donte Wintner intercepted Bucs QB Byron Leftwich and took it 76 yards for a touchdown and suddenly the Bucs were down by two scores.

On the next drive, Leftwich and the Bucs would be victimized again but this time with a controversial call. It appeared that Buffalo Safety Byron Scott t...

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