After a costly turnover by the special teams unit, Tampa Bay responds with a couple of scores.
The Buccaneers came out hot as they had a few decent runs from running back Leonard Fournette that opened up the passing game for quarterback Tom Brady.
Brady then throws a picture perfect ball to wide receiver Chris Godwin for a 44 yard gain.
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The Bucs then capitalized on a holding penalty by Ravens corner back Marcus Peters.
Fournette then punched it in for a one yard touchdown as the Bucs lead 7-3.
FIRE THE CANNONS!
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After a quick three and out from Baltimore, Tampa stepped back in on offense.
The Buccaneers settled for a filed goal by Ryan Succop.
Tampa Bay leads Baltimore 10-3 at the end of the first quarter.