The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost to the Baltimore Ravens 27-22, falling to 3-5 on the season

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The Bucs have lost three straight games, as the same troubling trends occur in all phases.

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After a two-game losing streak, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got off to a hot start at Raymond James Stadium.

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 A play-action shot from Tom Brady to Chris Godwin led to a 44-yard gain, as Godwin utilized his physical prowess to produce yards-after-catch

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 The explosive play set up a Leonard Fournette one-yard touchdown rush.

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 The Bucs took a 7-0 lead and Ryan Succop kicked a 31-yard field goal on the ensuing possession, giving the Bucs a 10-3 advantage

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The Ravens' defense then imposed their will, forcing three quick, three-and-outs.

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 Tampa Bay initially outgained the Ravens, 126-16 and then Baltimore usurped, holding a 128-26 advantage. 

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 For the Bucs' defense, Vita Vea and Shaquil Barrett spearheaded the charge in the first half, each recording a sack on elusive speedster, Lamar Jackson. A blocked field goal by Patrick O'Connor as the clock expired, held the Ravens to three entering the half mark.

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In the fourth, despite a 51-yard Tom Brady-Mike Evans connection, the Buccaneers could not capitalize.

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Brady could not find an open receiver, scrambled, and was short of the first. Succop then kicked a 30-yarder to make it a 17-13 score.

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