Pictures from the Buccaneers' Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs.
The Chiefs entered their Week 11 matchup with the Buccaneers riding a 10-game win streak at home, the longest active streak of any team in the NFL. That streak came to an end on Sunday afternoon, when Tampa Bay defeated Kansas City, 19-17, at Arrowhead Stadium.
Kicker Roberto Aguayo put together his best game as a pro, nailing all four of his field goal attempts. The Buccaneers led, 12-10, in the fourth quarter behind Aguayo's points and extended their lead to 19-10 when Jameis Winston hit Alan Cross for a three-yard touchdown. It was Cross' first NFL touchdown and the Bucs' only touchdown on the day.
The Chiefs added a fourth-quarter touchdown with under three minutes to play to cut the Bucs' lead to two, but it proved to be too little too late. The Buccaneers advance to 5-5 with the victory while Kansas City falls to 7-3.
With the score, Jameis Winston continues his streak of scoring a touchdown in every game he's played since college. Winston finished the day completing 24 of 39 passes for 331 yards. He wasn't intercepted by a Chiefs defense that is the league's best at taking the ball away.
Mike Evans led the Buccaneers in receiving, catching six passes for 105 yards. Evans entered the game leading the NFL in touchdown receptions. Cecil Shorts also caught five passes for Tampa Bay.
Chris Conte led the Buccaneers in tackles with seven, all of which were solo, and recorded a crucial, late-game interception in the fourth quarter. It was the Bucs' only turnover of the game. Kwon Alexander also recorded seven tackles.
The Bucs will return to Raymond James Stadium next weekend to take on the Seahawks.