Resurgent Bucs top turnover-prone Lions

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Updated: November 24, 2013

Detroit, MI (SportsNetwork.com) – The Tampa Bay defense had four interceptions
and recovered a fumble as the Buccaneers took a 24-21 victory over the Detroit
Lions at Ford Field on Sunday.

Leonard Johnson returned one interception for a touchdown, and Johnthan Banks
sealed the victory with a pick as Detroit was in field goal range late in the
game.

The Buccaneers (3-8) also blocked a punt, while Tiquan Underwood had two
touchdown catches as the team has now won three straight after losing their
first eight games of the season.

Mike Glennon finished the game 14-of-21 for 247 yards, while Bobby Rainey, a
week removed from his 163-yard game, was limited to just 35 yards on 18
carries for Tampa Bay, which won its first road game in five tries this
season.

Matthew Stafford had three touchdown passes, but was also picked off four
times as he finished the game 26-of-46 for 297 yards for the Lions (6-5), who
have dropped their past two games.