Saints lose to Buccaneers, win NFC South anyway

Complete breakdown of NFC playoff

Complete breakdown of NFC playoff

The Bucs moved down the field on their first possession of the second half before quarterback Jameis Winston was intercepted in the end zone by Marcus Williams for his second interception of the game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston tossed a 39-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Chris Godwin with nine seconds remaining - capping a desperation 95-yard drive with no timeouts - to produce a 31-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. It drove 92 yards in 13 plays and took up almost seven minutes for a touchdown and 24-20 lead with 7:07 to go in the fourth quarter at Raymond James Stadium.

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The Bucs would strike again a couple drives later as Winston got the touchdown on a keeper and great second effort to break the plane. Winston connected three times with Mike Evans, who finished the season with 1,001 receiving yards, passing the milestone on his last catch of the season. Although the Bucs are sitting at 4-11 and have been eliminated from playoff contention, their goal is to still finish the season off strong when the two teams face off today.

After starting on their own 8-yard line, the Saints scored on their next drive on a 3-yard pass to fullback Zach Line to put New Orleans back up 24-20 with 7:07 left to play. Isaiah Johnson scooped up the loose ball and returned it 7 yards for a touchdown and a 20-17 lead with 14:04 left.

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Kamara's kickoff return broke the team record of 102 set by Eric Guliford in a 38-24 loss at St. Louis in the 1997 season opener and tied the score 7-7 with 9:29 to go in the first quarter. Kamara would add a 7-yard rushing touchdown and a 40-yard catch, continuing a phenomenal rookie season.

The rookie running back out of Tennessee scored on a 106-yard kickoff return - the longest play in Saints history - and on a 7-yard run to help the Saints take a 14-13 lead.

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