Cardinals vs. Buccaneers 2013 results: Arizona comes back to win, Tampa falls to 0-4

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The Bucs entered the fourth quarter with a 10-0 lead but ended up losing as they continue to search for their first win of the season.

Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano finally benched quarterback Josh Freeman this week and named rookie Mike Glennon as starter. For three quarters it looked like the move would pay off with a win, but ultimately the Arizona Cardinals came back and beat Tampa Bay, 13-10.

The Bucs had shut down Arizona to lead 10-0 going into the fourth quarter, but Carson Palmer was able to power the Cardinals to a touchdown that tied the game with 3:06 left. Following a defensive stop, Jay Feely hit a 27-yard field goal to take the lead with 1:29 remaining.

Glennon was intercepted on Tampa's final attempt to tie the game as the Cards improve to 2-2 while Tampa falls to 0-4.

Whether or not Schiano can keep his own job will soon be the next question for the Buccaneers.

Fantasy studs and duds

Palmer and Glennon both threw one touchdown and two interceptions, respectively. In his debut start, Glennon was 24-of-43 for 193 yards. Doug Martin was a disappointment for fantasy owners, rushing for just 45 yards on 27 carries. Andre Ellington led the Cards with four rushes for 29 yards.

Larry Fitzgerald had 68 yards and a touchdown but Vincent Jackson had just 27 yards and no scores.

Injury report

Bucs safety Mark Barron left the game with a hamstring injury and did not return.

Cardinals linebacker Jasper Brinkley left the game with a groin injury. Defensive lineman Darnell Dockett and guard Daryn Colledge also left with injuries.

Did they cover?

The Buccaneers were three-point favorites, per

What's next?

Oct. 6: Carolina at Arizona

Tampa Bay has a bye week.

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