The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 32-9 to earn a spot in the divisional round. Now Tampa Bay Buccaneers next match will be against Detroit Lions.

Tampa Bay dominated the game with an impressive offensive performance, gaining over 400 yards.

The Buccaneers initiated the scoring with a 65-yard drive, culminating in a 28-yard field goal by Chase McLaughlin.

The Bucs' defense, led by linebacker K.J. Britt, halted the Eagles' first possession, forcing a punt.

Tampa Bay extended their lead to 10-0 with a 79-yard drive, capped off by David Moore's 44-yard touchdown reception.

While the Eagles managed a field goal, the Buccaneers responded with a 48-yarder, bringing the score to 16-3.

The Eagles' offense picked up momentum with a 55-yard pass from Jalen Hurts to DeVonta Smith, resulting in a touchdown by Dallas Goedert, narrowing the gap to 16-9.

However, the Bucs' defense held strong, securing a critical safety and contributing to a 56-yard touchdown by rookie Trey Palmer.

Tampa Bay's defense continued to shine, with Calijah Kancey's tackle for loss and penalties stalling the Eagles' drives.

The Bucs sealed the victory with a 23-yard touchdown by Chris Godwin, ending the game with a resounding 32-9 win at Raymond James Stadium.

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