Keenum, Vikings Beat Buccaneers

Keenum, Vikings Beat Buccaneers

Jameis Winston threw two touchdowns in the third quarter, but also had three costly interceptions in Minnesota territory to end other scoring opportunities. He had the back of his leg rolled on inadvertently by a Vikings player during a scrum around the ball in the fourth quarter and left the field on a cart.

His 173 receiving yards are the second-most in his career, and two touchdown grabs made the day even sweeter.

MINNEAPOLIS-A week after making a rocky season debut, Vikings quarterback Case Keenum set a career high in passing yardage en route to leading Minnesota to a 34-17 win over Tampa Bay on Sunday, Sept. 24.

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Last night (September 21), they won by 50 runs at Kolkata's Eden Gardens. "The batters have been disappointed with the results". These include 10 wickets already in the two matches this rubber, already giving severe headaches to Steve Smith and Co.

Coincidentally, Keenum is the first quarterback to beat Winston head-to-head three straight times. Bradford did not play in the Vikings 26-9 loss to Pittsburgh last week, and told reporters that his status for the game against Tampa Bay will depend on how his knee responds during the week.

Tampa Bay returns home for a tough stretch of two games in five days - next week's home game against the Giants is sold out, and the same is likely on Thursday, Oct. 5, when the Patriots come to Tampa for the first time in 20 years. He finished with seven catches for 67 yards on 12 targets. Diggs caught the ball over Smith and spun out of a tackle to break free for a 59-yard touchdown. The Vikings turned that takeaway into a long touchdown drive and the game was never closer than a 14-point margin again. Over the years, the veteran quarterback compiled some of his best National Football League starts against the Bucs' defense, a trend that continued in Week 3. Under pressure, Keenum pulled a 180 from his performance last week, finishing 11-of-13 for 232 yards and three touchdowns against the blitz. Those two also hooked up to finish the drive, with Brate leaping to catch a 15-yard touchdown pass and holding on despite a hit from safety Andrew Sendejo that left him wobbly as he tried to stand back up.

The Bucs' offense came to life somewhat in the third quarter.

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