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laiyongcai92 >> laiyongcai92's Blogs >> Lions vs. Buccaneers final score

Posted by laiyongcai92 at 11/8/2018 5:37:18 PM         

    Lions starters overmatched in dress rehearsal Detroit Lions T-Shirt , but reserves win 33-30 The Detroit Lions may have won their first preseason game on Friday night, but it’s unlikely they’ll come out feeling pretty good about their performance. The first stringers played over a half of football and by the time they left, they were losing 27-6 and getting worked by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reserve players.But to their credit, the Lions’ backups put in strong efforts late in the game and managed to pull off the last-minute win, 33-30. Here’s your recap:First quarter:The Bucs started with the ball, and without much pushback from the Lions, they took the opening drive with a touchdown. The Bucs went eight plays without an incomplete pass or a negative run for 66 yards, capped by an 14-yard touchdown run by Peyton Barber after Jarrad Davis missed a tackle in the backfield. 7-0 Bucs. Detroit’s offense came out with a different look than normal. With T.J. Lang still out, Kenny Wiggins was in the game... at left guard. First round rookie Frank Ragnow started at right guard, a position he has not played much at all this camp.Thanks to a big play to Kenny Golladay, the Lions quickly got into the red zone, but stalled thanks to two failed run plays. 7-3 Bucs.Tampa looked like they were going to repeat their offensive performance all over again after big gains through the air—mostly against Nevin Lawson. However, Sylvester Williams picked up a red zone sack, Mike Evans was called for pass interference, and the Lions managed to keep Tampa out of field goal range. Unfortunately, the Bucs were able to pin the Lions deep with a perfect punt.Second quarter: Detroit’s offense rose to the occasion. Thanks to a clutch third-down pickup by Hakeem Valles Detroit Lions Hats , and a huge pass interference call drawn by TJ Jones, the Lions worked their way into the red zone. But again, the Lions struggled to move the ball in goal-to-go situations. Ameer Abdullah was stopped for no gain on first down, while Stafford couldn’t find an open receiver on second and third down. Bucs 7-6. It finally looked like the Lions defense had settled in and forced the Bucs offense—led by Jameis Winston for the first time—into a three-and-out. Unfortunately, a defensive holding on Tavon Wilson wiped out a drive-ending sack, and Winston would lead the Bucs to their second touchdown of the day (extra point missed). 13-6 Bucs. With Kerryon Johnson in the game, the Lions offense quickly went three-and-out despite a good first-down run from Johnson. A miscommunication between Graham Glasgow and Leo Koloamatangi allowed a free runner to take Stafford down on third down. The teams traded failed attempts at late-half drives, but the Lions had one more chance driving late. After another third-down sack, the Lions lined up for a 62-yard field goal.Then this happened:20-6 Bucs. Third quarter:Things did not get any better in the second half. The Lions brought out their first string offense and defense to start the third quarter, and they continued to struggled... but against second and third stringers on Tampa’s side. After a quick, unsuccessful offensive series, the Lions defense allowed someone named Ryan Griffin score a quick touchdown against... you guessed it—Nevin Lawson. 27-6 Bucs.With Matt Cassel in the game and the rest of the second-team offense, things actually looked significantly better. Thanks to solid run blocking, Detroit was able to move the ball downfield efficiently. Theo Riddick capped off the drive with a 10-yard touchdown run that was perfectly blocked. 27-13 Bucs.Fourth Quarter:After a quick three-and-out forced by the Lions defense, Cassel moved the Lions downfield again. Though he was aided by an illegal formation on a missed Ryan Santoso, giving the Lions extra life. LeGarrette Blount used his strength to pick up a fourth-and-1. A few plays later Detroit Lions Womens Hoodie , the Lions would punch it in with a 3-yard pass from Cassel to Bradley Marquez. 27-20 Bucs.The Bucs would add a field goal, but the comeback was on after Brandon Powell had this impressive 80-yard punt return touchdown. Then it was Jake Rudock’s turn to cap the comeback. With over three minutes left in the game, the Lions’ third-string quarterback dinked and dunked his way down field with little resistance. With 30 seconds remaining Rudock found tight end Marcus Lucas for a 5-yard score, giving the Lions their first lead of the game. Lions 33, Bucs 30.The Bucs had a chance to score late, but couldn’t get it across midfield and Lions rookie Tracy Walker had the game-ending interception.WEATHER DELAY:The players are back on the field, but don’t expect the Lions’ newest addition to take the field. Chris Burke of the Athletic is reporting Eli Harold is not dressed for tonight’s game. UPDATE: Kickoff has been moved to 8:59 p.m. ET because of the weather. As the Detroit Lions take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, we’ll be giving you live updates as they come in.We don’t know yet what Lions players won’t play in this game, but the Bucs have already released who will not dress: The weather conditions at Tampa are not being cooperative. There’s apparently lightning around the stadium and fans were asked to seek shelter in the concourse. We could be headed for a delay to start the game:PregameThe Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are two franchises that know each other well. Not only are the two former divisional rivals, but they’ve faced off several times in recent history. The Lions and Bucs have played each other three times in the past five seasons, most recently having played last season.The two teams will reunite on that same field, with the Lions having won four of the past five regular season matchups between the two.Of course, this one won’t go down in the record books, but the third preseason game is always the most important for teams. Coaches try to establish a somewhat familiar regular season schedule throughout the week, including film study sessions and game planning. It’s also the game that typically features the team’s starters for the longest, so we’ll get to see some prime Matthew Stafford vs. Jameis Winston action. Which quarterback can consume the most consonants? We’ll see Friday night.Perhaps the best thing about Friday night’s game between the former NFC Central foes is that it is nationally televised. If you’re in the United States Womens Customized Detroit Lions Jerseys , and you have access to CBS, you can catch the Lions’ dress rehearsal. Here are the details:How to watchDate: Friday, August 24, 2018Time: 8 p.m. ETLocation: Raymond James Stadium—Tampa Bay, FLNationally televised: CBS (no local broadcast)Online streaming: NFL Game Pass (free 7-day trial), Announcers: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Bruce Arians, Melanie CollinsLocal radio: WJR-AM NEWS TALK 760Radio announcers: Dan Miller, Lomas BrownReplay times:(None listed yet. Will update if some are added.)Sunday open thread: Do you want Darius Slay to play vs. the Patriots? If you missed it, news broke this morning via ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Detroit Lions cornerback Darius Slay has cleared concussion protocol and is therefore eligible to play in Sunday night’s contest against the New England Patriots.But as Schefter noted, that doesn’t mean he’s certain to play. The Lions could hold him out for precautionary reasons, given that concussions can reoccur very easily and symptoms are not always as apparent as other injuries. The Lions are in a tough position. I’m sure they’d love to play things on the safe side and give him an extra week, but the team is 0-2, Tom Brady is in town, and the rest of the Lions secondary has really struggled in coverage all year. Slay undoubtedly gives the team a better chance to win www.lionscheapstore.com , and a drop to 0-3 would put the Lions’ playoff chances at astronomical odds just three weeks into the season. So today’s Question of the Day is:Do you want Darius Slay to play against the Patriots?My answer: Generally speaking, I would defer to the medical professionals. And as the concussion protocol goes, Slay has to pass a test from an independent neurological consultant. So it’s not like the team is fudging the tests to get him out there; a doctor not associated with the Lions has cleared him to play.That being said, concussions scare me. Darius already had a scare in Week 1, and who knows if that led to Week 2’s concussion? It’s generally thought that if you’ve had one concussion, you’re more susceptible to having another, and the last thing I want to see is this becoming a regular thing for Slay. On Friday, Slay admitted this was the first concussion he’s suffered in his football career, but the way the game is being played, it’s almost certainly not going to be his last. I’ll still be excited if we see him out there on the field Sunday night, but deep down there will be a pit in my stomach, worrying about Slay’s long-term health.Your turn.



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