Josh Allen: I'm proud of our team and how we fought in the second half tonight. That's the resilient team that I know and love. #BUFvsTB pic.twitter.com/HWWTUrzDUR
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Dawson Knox kicked it into 5th gear on a big catch and run. #Bills are at the TB 15 w/ :35 left.
Wild stuff. Levi looked back and barely touched him. Stefon Diggs has been held all game.
Tyler Bass nails the FG to tie it up. Still stunned that no flag was called on the Buccaneers there.
Beasley brought in nine of 11 targets for 64 yards in the Bills' 33-27 overtime loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Beasley's catch total led the Bills and was an especially welcome sight after the reliable veteran was held to one catch against the Patriots in the Week 13 Monday night loss. Beasley's yardage total was also his best since Week 8, as the 32-year-old hadn't eclipsed 46 receiving yards since that season-best 110-yard showing against the Dolphins until Sunday. Beasley will look to deliver another timely effort for managers in their fantasy postseason contests during a Week 15 home battle versus the Panthers.
And that's why you keep Gabriel Davis on the field.
Moss will be a healthy inactive for Sunday's game in Tampa Bay, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
This will be Moss's second time hitting the bench out of the last three games as the Bills' running back carousel keeps going round and round. Devin Singletary and Matt Breida will get an extra slice of the pie Sunday without Moss at the dessert table.
Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders is on the field for pregame warmups. He was excused from Friday's practice for personal reasons.
Matt Breida fails to pick up blitz and Allen is sacked. Then Daryl Williams gets beat and Allen is off with the throw. O-line 🤦♂️
Dane Jackson PI call ultimately leads to a #bucs TD. Will we see some consistency with any of these calls throughout the game? Sanders was clearly held on Josh's scramble in the redzone. No call. Zero penalties so far on Tampa. #BUFvsTB #BillsMafia
Punting on fourth and 3 there is just inexcusable by Sean McDermott. #Bills
That one Buffalo reporter asking Micah Hyde about Fournette's touchdown run postgame tonight: pic.twitter.com/ByyxhoViGS
Matt Milano's eighth career sack and second of the season brings the Buccaneers to fourth down.
No sarcasm here: That was Matt Haack's best punt of the season. It goes 63(!) yards.
Jerry Hughes has the 20th-highest salary in the NFL for DE @ just shy of $11 million. He has 1.5 sacks on the season and ranks 190th among defensive players, per @pfref.
Injury Update: Taiwan Jones is questionable to return (knee).
Isaiah McKenzie bringing the juice. 1st down on the screen pass. More motion.
Great run stop by Jordan Poyer on first down. Dane Jackson with a big pass breakup on second down and an incomplete pass on third down. Huge series by Buffalo's defense.
Initial pregame warmups with the Bills OL has Ike Boettger with the starters at LG, not Jon Feliciano.
Big time stop by Bills defense in red zone. AJ Epenesa and Harrison Phillips leading the way.
#Bills forced to punt again after a 5-play drive. Spencer Brown with a bad rep vs. Shaq Barrett on 2nd down. Gonna happen. Young guy is developing. But Buffalo o-line struggling to protect here early.
Based on warmups it looks like it's going to be an o-line of Dion Dawkins, Ike Boettger, Mitch Morse, Daryl Williams, Spencer Brown. Jon Feliciano has a big brace/sleeve on his left arm. He's active but may just be an emergency option today.
1. It's a little bit more nuanced. Not a great look that he's the odd man out, but Tommy Doyle is their reserve tackle (Ford isn't that) and Ryan Bates is their backup center (Ford doesn't do that either). They prefer Boettger to Ford as the backup guard, so that means inactive. twitter.com/billcarr_10/st…
Bills: RB Zack Moss; S Damar Hamlin; OL Cody Ford; TE Tommy Sweeney; DT Vernon Butler; DE Boogie Basham; DT Star Lotulelei.
Buccaneers: DL Steve McLendon; WR Scotty Miller; CB Pierre Desir; QB Kyle Trask; S Jordan Whitehead.
Giants: QB Daniel Jones (neck); WR Collin Johnson; CB Adoree’ Jackson (quadricep); LB Oshane Ximines; WR Kadarius Toney (oblique).
Chargers: QB Easton Stick; CB Asante Samuel Jr. (concussion); S Alohi Gilman (quadricep); S Derwin James Jr. (hamstring); RB Larry Rountree III; DL Breiden Fehoko
Tom Brady now has the chance to become the oldest MVP in any sport, at anytime…breaking his own record, of course. pic.twitter.com/QBI2zZhaJp
The NFL tried to give everyone a seizure so we couldn't see how Mike Evans created the contact here, yet defensive pass interference was called #BUFvsTB pic.twitter.com/gY57zybOBN
Is this not why you're here? #ProBowlVote Tristan Wirfs pic.twitter.com/mjpBWM2bRY
Wow. Brady to Breshad Perriman for a 58-yard touchdown. Bucs win 33-27 over Bills in overtime.
Hey @MiamiDolphins y'all better give 100mil to Chris Godwin this summer
If you take out Leonard Fournette's 47-yard touchdown run, the #Bills are holding him to 3 yards per carry. Am I doing this right?
🚨 BOLD PREDICTIONS 🚨 @kurt13warner: Rob Gronkowski will have 10+ catches and 148+ receiving yards today against the Bills to tie Tony Gonzalez's record of 31 career games with 100 yards receiving. (@Lexus) pic.twitter.com/FEBDPsIJWc
Ronald Jones gets his first carry and goes for 9 yards.
Richard Sherman, the NFL's active leader in interceptions, has his first as a Buccaneer.
That's officially a Devin White sack, so Bucs have two in two drives.
Source tells me that X-rays for Bucs running back Giovani Bernard's hip are negative for fractures. He'll undergo further tests tomorrow.
Bruce Arians says he knows his team knows how to win but he wishes they didn't make it so close.
Micah Hyde stops Cameron Brate short on of the chains on 3rd down. Buccaneers going for it on 4th and 1. Brady gets his pass deflected and after a few more bats of the ball it falls to the turf. Ed Oliver is penalized after play but it's Bills ball on downs.
Yes, the downfield blocking by Donovan Smith was impressive. I'll tweet a video in a sec. ... twitter.com/JohnSpa5744639…
Scotty Miller inactive will surprise some Bucs fans, but he's barely played since returning healthy, and with Jaelon Darden back from concussion, one of the receivers was going to be inactive today.
Andrew Adams blitzes unblocked and gets to Allen, and Shaq Barrett brings him down for a key sack.
Constantly hear folks saying Todd Bowles will get another head coaching job next year. But that doesn't mean he has to take a job. That's something a first-timer does. He's been a head coach before. He can choose where he wants to go to next, if the right situation opens up.
Another catch for Tyler Johnson and Bucs face a third and 2 at Bills' 23.
Asked to clarify about Jamel Dean leaving today's game with "illness," Bucs coach Bruce Arians said he was "foggy." Dean suffered a concussion in last week's win in Atlanta and was only cleared from concussion protocol Saturday.
Miller had arguably the Bucs' biggest catch of 2020 with the TD vs. Packers. But after Antonio Brown arrived last year, he had 12 catches total in 12 games. Just wasn't a regular part of the offensive gameplan. twitter.com/BaIlKnower/sta…
With 27 plays and zero running back rushes, the Bills are the first team this century with zero rushes by running backs in a first half. The Bills' first rushing attempt today came on a fake punt. Patrick O'Connor sniffed it out beautifully for a 3-yard loss.
Great open field tackle by Lavonte David and Buffalo is now 1-9 on third downs today.
Carlton Davis walks off on his own. Cockrell in as the nickel corner with Murphy-Bunting outside.
It comes down to Sherman dressing ahead of Desir. They have their top three healthy in Davis/Dean/Murphy-Bunting, and they have Sherman and Dee Delaney (who will also play a ton on special teams). Sherman can help with safety depth in a pinch as well. twitter.com/EntertainedYou…
Our inactives for #BUFvsTB pic.twitter.com/c775FG1As9
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) December 12, 2021
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have released their list of inactive players for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills, and it’s mostly good news for the defending Super Bowl champs.
Safety Jordan Whitehead was ruled out earlier this week, but the Bucs had four players listed as questionable on the final injury report (center Ryan Jensen, defensive lineman Will Gholston, cornerback Jamel Dean and wide receiver Jaelon Darden), and they’re all active