LANDOVER, Md. — Ever since he was hired in January, we’ve heard Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith talk about “Buc Ball”.
For the first nine games of the season, it looked as if the definition of that was to go out and play bad football. If they weren’t getting blown out, they were squandering fourth-quarter leads.
But Sunday’s 27-7 victory over the Washington Redskins showed everyone what Buc Ball is supposed to look like. With rookie wide receiver Mike Evans playing the role of closer, Tampa Bay’s defense set the stage for a win with its best performance of the season.
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