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Halftime Report: Buccaneers vs. Seahawks

The Buccaneers head into halftime leading the Seahawks at Raymond James Stadium.

Pictures from the Buccaneers' Week 12 matchup with the Seahawks.

After a strong performance on both sides of the ball, the Buccaneers head into halftime leading the Seahawks, 14-5, at Raymond James Stadium.

Mike Evans has established himself as one of the NFL's most productive wide receivers, catching eight touchdowns heading into Week 12. He was also in the top five in the league in receptions and receiving yards. Evans has continued to dominate, catching six passes for 84 yards and two scores in just one half. Evans caught touchdowns on the Bucs' first two drives to put Tampa Bay ahead, 14-0, in the first quarter.

His quarterback, Jameis Winston, has completed 15 of 19 passes for 157 yards and two scores. He enters halftime with a quarterback rating of 136.2.

Seattle went into Sunday's game leading the NFL in sacks, but it's been Tampa Bay's defensive line finding their way to the quarterback. The Bucs have four sacks through two quarters of play, with Noah Spence picking up 1.5 of them. Behind the unit's effort, Seattle has just one passing yard.

The Buccaneers recorded one interception in the first half when Alterraun Verner picked off Russell Wilson with the Seahawks on the edge of field goal range. Verner had dedicated his performance in the game to his father, who had passed away on Friday.

The Seahawks got on the board after a holding penalty in the end zone resulted in a safety, then added three more points on a Steven Hauschka field goal in the second quarter.

Seattle is set to receive at the start of the second half.

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