Bucs 17, Browns 14 Highlights

September 12th, 2010


Yes, these are highlights. Whenever the Bucs win, there are highlights, as always from the good people of the NFL Network.

First up is one of the best catches you will ever see, courtesy of Bucs rookie wide receiver Mike Williams.

Josh Freeman’s 33-yard run.

Old man Ronde Barber nearly housed Jake Delhomme.

Catch Michael catch. Michael Spurlock’s touchdown.

E.J. Biggers gets an interception in his first start.

A package of game-highlights from the NFL Network crew.

And finally postgame press conferences from Raheem Morris and Freeman.

8 Responses to “Bucs 17, Browns 14 Highlights”

  1. Steve from Oregon Says:

    Did Ronde give up on the run back…or did he run out of gas??? I just couldnt tell, it looked like he wasnt running full speed?

    Anyway…Great Win!!!!!!

  2. Mr. Lucky Says:

    This was a flashback to the Dungy Era – when the Bucs were in every game until the last series.

    The boys played with heart and to be honest I was surprised. When they went down 14-3 I said, “here we go again…” I was never so happy to be wrong.

    Nice job guys way to stick it to Jake…now get some rest so you can beat up on Jimmy Clausen next week.

  3. Larry Says:

    I enjoyed that game more than my next door neighbor who was watching the Lions game! Go Bucs!

  4. Dew Says:

    Great game. The Bucs defense certainly played better in the 2nd half. And Williams was open on multiple plays and Freeman didn’t get the ball to him. Why was Bennet on the inactive list? And Huggy was in the game twice and both times it was a passing play so he had no touches. He should have had some touches IMO. Surprised they didn’t teach Blount a couple of plays this week and have him active. EJ Biggers played a great game subbing for Talib. Just a great win. We can beat Carolina and Pittsburg. Could we start 3 and 0? Maybe. 🙂

  5. MichiganBucsFan Says:

    with Talib back next week I feel great about our CB depth this year!

  6. Joe Says:


    I enjoyed that game more than my next door neighbor who was watching the Lions game!



    Totally agree.

  7. TrueBlue Says:

    That was a great catch for the rookie. It did not however, come close to the one Joe Jurevicous caught. That catch was an all time highlight reel special. Should be in the hall of fame for plays.

  8. justin Says:

    I wa4 able to watch this game and I aggree the bucs actually made improvements in the second half 🙂 now we have the carolina kitty cats and the pittsburg rapers… I mean steelers