The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were massive underdogs against the Seattle Seahawks in a game that was an afterthought for most. Instead, the Bucs are punching the Seahawks in the mouth and lead, 21-0, late in the second quarter.
Seattle's offense has once again struggled to move the ball. At this moment, Russell Wilson has completed just 3-of-7 passes for 12 yards and an interception. The real surprise has been the collapse of the Seahawks defense. Mike Glennon has thrown for 97 yards on 10 attempts with two touchdowns. He hit Tim Wright and Tiquan Underwood to give Tampa Bay the big lead. The Seahawks have already given up 73 yards to Mike James and let the Bucs convert 6-of-7 third downs.
Things went from bad to worse when Jermaine Kearse fumbled a kickoff, letting the Bucs recover. Tom Crabtree caught a jump pass touchdown from James as the boos rained down on CenturyLink Field. Barring a miracle, the Bucs are headed for their first win of the season.