Bucs' beleaguered secondary (finally) makes final stand

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TAMPA, Fla. — After the Tampa Bay Buccaneers surrendered a 21-13 lead to the Seattle Seahawks last week — their fifth blown lead of the season — and having their secondary called out by coach Bruce Arians for a “disappointing” year, cornerback Jamel Dean made a touchdown-saving interception late in the fourth quarter.

A 1-yard touchdown run from Peyton Barber then earned the Bucs a 30-27 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, their first victory in over a month after 49 days away from home.

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QB Breakdown: After one of his stronger performances against the Seahawks last week, Jameis Winston produced a mix bag of results against the Cardinals — he led three touchdown-scoring drives but threw two interceptions. On his second pass attempt of the game, he was picked off by Byron Murphy on an out-route for Chris Godwin, setting up a Cardinals’ field goal to make it 3-0. It was the seventh time Winston had thrown a pick on the opening drive,

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