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16.05.2019 09:16
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a safety Carlton Davis Jersey , thrown an interception while driving for a score, lost a fumble deep in their own end and missed an extra point. Everything else has gone Tampa Bay’s way.The Bucs lead 16-2 at halftime.The move to Nick Chubb as the feature running back has done nothing for the Browns offense yet. Chubb, who averaged 10.8 yards on his 16 carries in the first six games, has eight carries for 24 yards.Baker Mayfield has had struggles of his own, completing 10 of 16 passes for 62 yards. He has taken two sacks, including one by former Browns defensive end Carl Nassib, as the move to Mark Duffner as defensive coordinator is working for the Bucs so far.The Browns had a chance to score points at the end of the first half after Cameron Brate fumbled at his own 27, and Christian Kirksey returned it 8 yards. But Cleveland went for it on fourth-and-two at the Tampa Bay 11. Mayfield scrambled and had the first down before Lavonte David punched the ball out from behind. The ball bounced out of bounds at the 10, giving Tampa Bay possession with 18 seconds in the half.Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander was injured on the play, leaving for the locker room under his own power before Jameis Winston‘s kneel down. Alexander has seven tackles and a pass breakup.Winston has completed 15 of 22 passes for 184 yards and an interception. He also has run for a 14-yard score. Mike Evans has three catches for 60 yards, and DeSean Jackson has a 14-yard touchdown run.UPDATE 3 P.M. ET: Alexander was ruled out for the second half with a knee injury. Jameis Winston is trying to reclaim his hold on the Buccaneers’ starting quarterback job.And if that means becoming a bit of a running back, he’s willing to do that as well.After making big plays with his feet last week against the Panthers, Winston said he’s willing to keep running if that’s what they need.“It’s just part of making great decisions,” Winston said, via Eduardo Encina of the . “And making great decisions is a part of winning football games. So as long as we’re doing that as a team , and as long as I’m doing that, we’re going to win. . . .“When you’re in man coverage a lot, not many times you have a guy for the quarterback, so in that case, a lane opens up and you pull it down and tuck it and get what you can get.”There were often big chunks against the Panthers, with a pair of 18-yard runs and 48 yards total. He also led the team in rushing during their overtime win against the Browns, but those are the only two games he’s rushed for more than 32 yards.They’re still first in the league in passing offense, and it’s not like they’re changing their emphasis. But Winston has the ability to pull it down and find space, and last week he did. Perhaps it’s a coincidence, but he also hasn’t thrown an interception in the last two weeks.“We’re not designing it for Jameis to be our leading rusher, but that’s the way it worked out (last week),” Bucs coach Dirk Koetter said.And because it worked, it’s worth keeping it in the back of their minds as they game plan would be wise.

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