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Josh Freeman was intercepted 4 times on Sunday in the loss to the BearsTAMPA — The headline is the understatement of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers season. The Bucs got outplayed, out hustled and out matched by the Chicago Bears Sunday in London. Now as they head into their bye week, Tampa has a lot of things they need to sort out if they want to make a serious run at a championship this season.“We made a lot of mistakes. Both on offense and defense and special teams that are just unacceptable and [the Bears] capitalized on just about every single one.”-Head Coach Raheem MorrisOne of the many headlines to come out of Sunday was Josh Freeman’s four interceptions he threw. This marks the second game this season where Freeman has thrown more than one interception and all four came at the worst possible time: on potential scoring drives. Freeman is a leader, he’s the guy the Bucs can invest all their faith into when they need him the most and this is the first time this season he has truly le...
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When Coach Raheem Morris reflects on Tampa Bay's first seven games, he doesn't see red.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are above .500 and just one game out of first place in the NFC South, but their season so far has been a little up and down.
In week five, they lost by 45. In week six, they bounced back to beat the New Orleans Saints. In week seven, they lost a supremely ugly game to the Bears. One of the biggest reasons for this inconsistency? Josh Freeman's newfound...
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Wembley, England saw the NFL hold its annual International Series game this weekend, the matchup saw the 3-3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the 3-3 Chicago Bears. The Bears survived a late 4th quarter drive from Josh Freeman to take the 4-3 record and win 24-18.
The fact that this game was able to go ahead given all the off field problems the NFL faced this summer shows the want and...
Bears 24, Buccaneers 18The bears defense channeled the glory days it has had against the Bucs intercepting Freeman 4 times and holding the Bucs in checkLONDON, U.K. — The NFL may want to make London Tampa’s second home but that didn’t stop them from dropping to 0-2 there as this time the Chicago Bears manhandled the Bucs early and Tampa never fully recovered.Josh Freeman wasn’t...
The Chicago Bears' defense finally found a way to force turnovers.
They intercepted Josh Freeman four times, with D.J. Moore's late interception preserving a 24-18 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in London on Sunday.
The Bears head into their bye week at 4-3 for the second straight season, only this time with momentum.
They've won two straight and gained two...
The St. Petersburg Times reports: Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris took the blame for the costly personal foul called on cornerback Aqib Talib late in the Bears' 24-18 victory Sunday in London.
The Chicago Bears' defense finally found a way to force turnovers. They intercepted Josh Freeman four times, with D.J. Moore's late interception preserving a 24-18 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in London on Sunday. The Bears head into their bye week at 4-3 for the second straight season, only this time with momentum.
“It was a great throw and a great catch. That is a little dead spot in Cover-2, the coverage we play, and [Josh Freeman] found it. He threw a laser in there. Touchdown. Me and [Charles Tillman] are both responsible for that and it’s a little dead spot, like 15 to 18 yards that’s kind of the hole there.”
-Bears safety Chris Harris explaining what happened on the fourth-quarter...