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North & South Podcast: Breaking down the Wild Card win over the Washington Football Team

Tampa Bay wins its first postseason game since the 2002 season.

Wild Card Round - Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Washington Football Team
Chase Young is probably regretting his desire to play Tom Brady.
Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Welcome to the first-ever Victory Sunday postseason edition of the North and South Podcast.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Washington Football Team, 31-23, for its first postseason victory since 2002, which was the year the Bucs won the Super Bowl.

You have to give Washington credit. They fought hard. Especially Taylor Heinicke, Washington’s third-string quarterback. The kid looked like an All-Pro veteran at times, making plays with both his legs and his arms. He was undoubtedly what kept Washington in the game.

The Bucs had some heroes of their own, as well. Tom Brady threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns while Mike Evans led the team with six receptions and 119 receiving yards. Sean Murphy-Bunting had a pick and Lavonte David had the game-winning sack that sealed the deal for the Bucs.

Join Jason and I as we break down the game and talk about where the Bucs go from here.

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