The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were a little sloppy in their first game after a Super Bowl title. But there's a reason they're champions. And they still have Tom Brady. In a thrilling NFL season opener, perhaps the best one since the NFL started opening the regular season with a Thursday night game, the Buccaneers rallied for a 31-29 win against the Dallas Cowboys. They trailed 29-28 with 1:24 left after a Cowboys field goal. Brady had been in that spot many times. Brady led a game-winning drive Thursday, hitting key passes to Rob Gronkowski and one on the sideline to Chris Godwin, whose fumble earlier in the fourth quarter - Tampa Bay's fourth turnover -led to a go-ahead Cowboys drive. That just set up the Bucs' late heroics. Ryan Succop hit a game-winning field goal with two seconds left for the win.
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