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Bucs move to 3-1 with 26-9 win over the Saints

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TL:DR The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the New Orleans Saints 26-9, improving their record to 3-1 and taking the lead in the NFC South. Baker Mayfield threw three touchdown passes and the Bucs defense played exceptionally well, stifling the Saints' offense. The Bucs lost wide receiver Mike Evans to a hamstring injury, but Chris Godwin stepped up with eight catches for 114 yards. Derek Carr struggled against the Bucs defense and Jameis Winston, formerly of the Bucs, threw an interception against his former team. The Saints had a difficult time moving the ball downfield and the loss ended their 11-game streak of not allowing 20 points.

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