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Highlights from the Buccaneers’ Week 7 win over the Las Vegas Raiders

The Bucs took care of business.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Las Vegas Raiders
Tom Brady was money against the Raiders.
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Fire the cannons! The Bucs are officially 5-2 on the season with their big win over the Raiders (3-3).

Let’s check out the top moments from this week’s game.


Derek Carr finds Nelson Agoholor for a beautiful touchdown reception

Carr and the Raider offense were brilliant on this drive. So was Agoholor. But this was the highlight of the drive and you’ll easily see why.

Tom Brady answers with his second rushing touchdown of the year to tie the game

Yep. He did it again. A big 28-yard Rob Gronkowski reception and some big runs from Ronald Jones II helped set this up.

The Raiders pull off a fake punt

Tampa Bay came up with a great stop to force the three-and-out, but Jon Gruden calls a fake punt that caught the Bucs off guard. The Raiders were able to convert a 4th and 1 because of the call.

Devin White records the first of three sacks on the day

You read that right. White was everywhere in this game and his elite speed was on full display.

Gronkowski gives the Bucs their first lead of the game

This looked like the Gronk of old. He just snags this ball out of the air. What a play.

Brady hits Scotty Miller for his best throw of the season

It’s also Millers’ best catch on the year. This amazing throw-and-catch also put the Bucs up, 21-10, as well.

Darren Waller cuts into the Bucs’ lead

This is just an unfair matchup. Lavonte David tries his best, but there’s a reason why Waller is a matchup nightmare and one of the best tight ends in the league. A Ryan Succop field goal gave the Bucs a 24-10 lead, but this touchdown cut it to 24-17 in the second half.

Chris Godwin puts the Bucs in position to pull away

It was a 24-20 game entering the fourth quarter, but Godwin’s four-yard touchdown ignited a furious Bucs scoring spree that saw them score 21 straight points in the final 15 minutes of the game.

Antoine Winfield Jr.’s first career interception

This was so clutch. The Raiders were trying to make it a one-score game after the Godwin TD, but a great pass break up from Mike Edwards led to AWjr’s first career interception.

Good Lord White almost kills Carr on this play

This is just crazy. Check out the closing speed.

Brady passes Drew Brees for the most passing touchdowns during the regular season (for now)

Ronald Jones II’s touchdown is what really put the game out of reach, but this is certainly worth noting considering the accolades that came with it. He now has 558 career touchdown passes.