Bucs Highlights Over The Redskins

December 12th, 2010

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You want ’em? You got ’em. All the highlights from the Bucs nailbiting win over the Redskins, courtesy of the good people of the NFL Network (and Joe!).

Arrelious Benn hauls in a Josh Freeman pass for 64 yards.

Adam Hayward recovers the muffed kickoff to start the second half.

Freeman to Benn for 43 yards.

Down goes Donovan McNabb.

LeGarrette Blount rumbles for 18 yards.

Kellen Winslow puts the Bucs on top for good.

And the extra-point attempt to tie the game

All of the game highlights rolled into one video.

Benn runs for 17 yards.

McNabb sacked again.

Raheem Morris and Josh Freeman speak in their postgame press conferences.

10 Responses to “Bucs Highlights Over The Redskins”

  1. Amar Says:

    Am I the only one that noticed the Redskins had 5 downs to score that last TD?? Score should be 17-10, damn it!!

  2. PasadenaPirate Says:

    The NFL says that wasn’t a “Fifth Down” but a FOX telecast mistake and they had the situation correct on the field the whole time.

    I call B&ll Sh%t!!!! The NFL just likes screwing the Bucs and giving freebies to the Pats and Steelers because they are better marketing vehicles for beer and cars and shirts and stuff.

    The NFL is on its way to be NBA….ay caramba!

  3. PasadenaPirate Says:

    “being the NBA”

  4. Amar Says:


  5. CreamsiclePasties Says:

    I don’t really know where to begin with this team……they just completely defy all odds. Mark Dominik deserves the key to the city for the roster he’s put together. Look at how battered this team is….yet the keep winning games? It’s incredible.

    All that being said —- I know this is a team game and all, but it feels like you could surround Josh Freeman with Plant High School’s roster and you’d still have a chance to win the game in the fourth quarter.

  6. Pete 422 Says:

    Guys, I saw that long pass to Benn down to the 1. How did they not score a TD on that?

  7. D-Rome Says:

    Can someone give me a firm answer whether or not there really was a 5th down that led to the Redskins touchdown? It appeared to me that the Armstrong did not make it to earn a 1st down.

  8. D-Rome Says:

    Never mind. I just found an NFL Network video that shows the play in question. The Fox yellow line appears to be one yard ahead of where the field marker was.

  9. Pete 422 Says:

    I also saw that Josh fumbled on the 1 after the Long Benn reception. Man, banging it in at that point would have changed the game in the long run.

  10. gitarlvr Says:

    Ummm…it wasnt just the announcers. They claimed it was fourth down on the dropped TD pass because they said the stadium scoreboard showed 4th down.