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Jameis Winston's five touchdowns make minced meat of Eagles defense

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are destroying the Philadelphia Eagles, and the fourth quarter hasn't even started yet. They're leading 35-14 after three quarters, with one of the two Eagles touchdowns coming on a play that should have been called back for one of the more blatant holds we've ever seen.

Jameis Winston is dealing, with five touchdowns to five different receivers and 246 passing yards with no turnovers. Doug Martin has a ridiculous 200 yards on 20 carries, and Mike Evans is making tough catches all over the field again. With Vincent Jackson back, this offense looks truly dominant.

And the Bucs are doing all that against one of the best defenses in the NFL, at least coming into this game. This is one impressive performance out of a Tampa Bay team that struggled to score in recent weeks. Let's see if they can finish off the Eagles in the fourth quarter.