Bucs beat Chargers 34-24 for 3rd win in a row
TAMPA, Fla. -- Leonard Johnson was as surprised as anyone when Philip Rivers' ill-advised pass wound up in his hands.
"The ball came right to me," Tampa Bay's rookie cornerback said Sunday. "I was just so excited. I grabbed it and just went to running."
Up the sideline, breaking through the grasp of a would-be tackler near midfield and outrunning the remainder of the pursuit for an 83-yard interception return for a touchdown that helped the surging Buccaneers beat the Chargers 34-24.
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