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Halftime Report: Buccaneers vs. Chiefs

A look at the first half of the Buccaneers' Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs.


Following a late touchdown run by Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith, the Buccaneers head into halftime trailing Kansas City, 10-6. Roberto Aguayo connected on three field goals from 31, 22 yards and 41 yards giving the Bucs their only points of the half.

The Chiefs tacked on a 22-yard field goal on their opening drive, but Aguayo connected on field goals in the first and second quarters to give Tampa Bay the lead. Smith added the first touchdown of the game when he scored with less than two minutes left to play, followed by Aguayo's third field goal of the game with 11 seconds left to play.

Pictures from the Buccaneers' Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs.

The Bucs' passing game has performed well, with Jameis Winston completing 12 of 2 passes for 203 yards. His top receiver, Mike Evans, has two catches for 54 yards on five targets. Cecil Shorts, Adam Humphries, Russell Shepard and Cam Brate also have two catches, with Brate moving the chains on third down with each of his receptions.

In his second game back from injury, Doug Martin has carried the ball 11 times for 18 yards, with a long of seven. Martin also caught a pass, taking a screen for a 27-yard gain.

Bradley McDougald leads the Buccaneers in tackles with four, all of which were solo. Noah Spence and Chris Conte each have three tackles while Will Gholson has a tackle for a loss and Alterraun Verner has a pass defensed.

The Bucs will start on offense in the third quarter.

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