The Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense has been nearly invisible throughout their game against the Chicago Bears, with the only points on the board coming via a four-yard Doug Martin run after a blocked punt. The Bucs hadn't even gotten past midfield in the first half.
That changed right after the half, though. Doug Martin got the ball five times for 28 yards to start the second half before they turned to Winston. But once they did we saw a little of the Jameis Winston magic we know and love.
Charles Sims touchdown reception. Bears rush only 3 still beat. pic.twitter.com/aZlCxBTh95— MarcusD (@_MarcusD_) December 27, 2015
The Bears learned three lessons there:
Lesson one: don't rush three players and give Winston all the time in the world.
Lesson two: don't forget to cover Charles Sims.
Lesson three: touchdown Tampa Bay!
The Bucs now lead 14-13 in the middle of the third quarter.