The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got gashed by Philadelphia's offense on the first drive, when the Eagles got a 44-yard screen to LeSean McCoy and a few quick passes to pick up the first touchdown of the season. With a stagnant Tampa Bay offense it looked bad early, but the team's defense soon got back to its usual stout ways.
Darrelle Revis even managed to get a touchdown, although that was quickly called back. He had forced a LeSean McCoy fumble and was down by contact. That led to a field goal when the Buccaneers settled for a field goal on fourth-and-one after getting one first down.
So far, it looks like good old Tampa Bay: good defense, horrible offense. The Bucs will need to get something going on offense to win this game, but they're still all in it. A late first quarter 42-yard punt return by Eric Page has set them up in Philadelphia territory, so they have the field position.
Here's your second quarter open thread!