Cowboys Vs. Bucs Score Update: Tony Romo Fumble Leads To Tampa Score

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers trailed the Dallas Cowboys 28-0 coming out of the half. The Bucs were able to pin the Cowboys deep in their own territory, however. First round draft pick defensive end Adrian Clayborn on third down beat Doug Free off the edge, coming up and sacking Tony Romo, causing a fumble, and allowing the Bucs to recover for the score.

The Bucs were able to cut into the 28-0 lead with the sack/fumble touchdown. Linebacker Dakota Watson picked up the forced fumble and rumbled into the endzone for the score. Could this be the makings of another Dallas Cowboys and Jason Garrett collapse in the fourth quarter? It's been kind of a "thing" during his tenure as the head coach of the Cowboys.

For more on the Cowboys head over to Blogging The Boys. For more on the Buccaneers, check out Bucs Nation. Follow the rest of Week 15 at SB Nation NFL.

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