After a standout performance against the Saints in Week 14, Buccaneers safety Keith Tandy has been nominated for the Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week Award. Tandy recorded a key, late-game interception to help Tampa Bay down New Orleans, 16-11, at Raymond James Stadium. Tandy deflected three passes, one resulting in a Brent Grimes interception, and led the Bucs in tackles with nine.
This is the fourth time that a Buccaneer has been nominated for the Clutch Performer of the Week Award this season. Jameis Winston was nominated for the award twice, including last week, and Roberto Aguayo was selected as the winner in Week 5.
Also up for the award are Washington's Chris Thompson, New York's Bilal Powell, Detroit's Matthew Stafford and Miami's Andrew Franks. The winner of the Clutch Performer of the Week Award is determined by a fan vote, so Buccaneer fans are encouraged to vote for Tandy early and often by clicking **HERE**.