Bucs FS Cody Grimm has 2 of the team's 14 INTs.
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Tampa Bay's defense has a league-leading 14 interceptions and three defensive scores, but has also given up 19 touchdowns and forced only five field goals in seven games. The Bucs are living dangerously by relying on turnovers to win games.
Last modified on Friday, 05 November 2010 13:30
Tampa Bay head coach Raheem Morris said his defense played "phenomenal" last week despite giving up 396 yards and four touchdowns. The reason? Because the Bucs forced four interceptions and returned two for touchdowns. Even though the Bucs have a league-leading 14 interceptions and a plus-8 turnover margin, the defense is still allowing so many yards and points each week.
Read why the Bucs defense is living dangerously and what the Tampa Bay players have to say about in Scott Reynolds' story for FoxSportsFlorida.com by clicking here.
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