Dolphins Vs. Bucs Score: Miami, Tampa Bay Knotted In The Third, 10-10

It's all tied up at Raymond James Stadium as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins battled in the third week of the NFL preseason. The Dolphins and Bucs traded scores over the first two scores, with Tampa Bay scoring first and Jacksonville answering a short time later. The roles were reversed in the second quarter as the Buccaneers found the end zone and the Dolphins answering with a field goal to knot the score at 10, where it's remained since.

Josh Freeman started for the Bucs, completing 14 of 28 passes for 183 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions. Earnest Graham scored on a one-yard run, but has just three carries for five yards. LeGarrette Blount caught three passes for 62 yards.

Chad Henne has been solid for the Dolphins, completing 10 of 13 passes for 175 yards and a touchdown. Brandon Marshall was the recipient of the touchdown pass, outrunning the defense for 60 yards and the score in the first quarter. Daniel Thomas has three carries for 12 yards through three quarters.

For more on the Dolphins visit The Phinsider. Check out Bucs Nation and SB Nation Tampa Bay for more on the Bucs. Visit SB Nation NFL for more on Week 3 of the preseason.

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