TAMPA, FL. – The Bucs have yet to play a complete game yet sit at 10-3 with a dramatic 33-27 overtime win against a scrappy Buffalo Bills team.
Buffalo scored 17 points in the 4th quarter to send it to overtime and Tom Brady found Breshad Perriman on a 58-yard touchdown pass to seal it for the Bucs.
“I would much rather it not come down to that,” said Brady. “We’ve got to learn from it and move on.”
The Bucs are undefeated at home and can clinch the NFC crown this Sunday but Bucs head Coach Bruce Arians knows they’ve got to play well for more than just a half if the Bucs want to go far in the playoffs.
“I didn’t like the 2nd half offense,” said Arians. “We got the stop in overtime and BP made a big play to win the game.”
Perriman has been waiting his turn since being picked up by the Bucs and knows he might not get many chances with such a talented receiving group.
“Tom threw an amazing ball and the rest is history,” said Perriman. “I was like, man, I’ve got to pick it up and get going.”
The game was a sellout but there were a lot of Bills fans in attendance. The Bucs are asking fans who are coming to the Saints game on Sunday to wear red in hopes of creating more of a home field look.
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