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WATCH: Bucs WR Trey Palmer hits the jets to score

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers had an opportunity to do some damage after forcing a safety on the Philadelphia Eagles. And boy, did they take it.

The Bucs got the ball back up 18-9 after Hurts was called for intentional grounding in the end zone, and a few players later, they struck with a dagger. Quarterback Baker Mayfield hit wideout Trey Palmer on a pass, and Palmer turned on the jets. He evaded numerous Eagles defenders en route to the end zone, taking it to the house and putting the Bucs up 25-9 with just about one quarter left to play.

You can check out the scoring play here below:

Story originally appeared on Buccaneers Wire