After a turnover, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense does a ‘row the boat’ celebration
Tom Brady, who became the first quarterback in NFL history to throw 600 career touchdown passes, wasn’t the only one who had a good day in Week 7 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hosted the Chicago Bears.
In the first three quarters, the Bucs defence was superb, forcing two interceptions and recovering three fumbles.
their aggregate effort did not help Chicago’s rookie quarterback, Justin Fields, who became the first Bears player since Jay Cutler in 2010 to fumble three times in a half.
However, it did lend itself to a traditional celebration.
After Jason Pierre-Paul took the ball away from Fields in the second quarter and the Buccaneers regained possession, the defenders jumped to the ground to have some fun.