Ryan Succop still consistent, if not clutch, vs. Cowboys
A year after nailing a winning 36-yard field goal against the Cowboys in the waning seconds, Ryan Succop delivered again Sunday in bulk — if not in the clutch.

Succop, who edged Jose Borregales for the job during a preseason competition, hit four of his five field-goal attempts in Sunday’s opening half. His successful kicks of 44, 38, 29 and 47 yards were offset only by a 36-yarder that sailed wide left.

The 47-yarder was only a yard shy of his longest of 2021. It was his second four-field-goal effort in his last four regular-season games, counting a 32-6 rout of Carolina last Dec. 26.

Camarda debuts in triplicate
Few players in Bucs lore had a debut as bizarre as rookie punter Jake Camarda, who got three shots at his first NFL punt. Making his first attempt early in the second half, Camarda’s initial try hit the mammoth AT&T Stadium video board, allowing him another try. This one sailed 43 yards, but Cowboys defensive end Tarell Basham was whistled for running into the kicker.

On the third try, Camarda hit a 63-yarder into the end zone for a touchback. "Definitely a different situation," said Camarda, who averaged 50.7 yards on three official attempts. "I can’t say that’s ever happened."

Joey Knight, The Tampa Bay Times, published 12 September 2022