The Blitz Read: Weird NFL season continues with unpredictable Week 4

What has so far been a wild NFL season continued Sunday.

10:46 p.m — Bucs defensive lineman Gerald McCoy is briefly down; now he’s on the sideline putting his helmet back on and looking ready to go back in.

10:40 p.m. — Amendola’s catch is taken away because of another Pats penalty. Amendola is called for offensive pass interference. The Pats are called for an illegal shift later in the drive. It is their sixth offensive penalty of the night.

10:35 p.m — Winston’s pass intended for Brate is denied by Chung, bringing up another fourth down for the Bucs.

10:27 p.m. — Field goal, Patriots. After 12 straight complete passes, Brady’s streak ends with an incomplete pass to Amendola. New England gets a first down on penalty for illegal Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping contact. After two more incompletions, the Patriots are forced to attempt another field goal. Gostkowski makes a 45-yarder to put the Pats up by nine points.

10 p.m. — Halftime: Patriots lead 13-7. Brady is 18 for 22 with 169 yards and one touchdown. Winston has completed 8 of 16 for 71 yards.

11:36 p.m. — Winston starts the final drive with a 24-yard pass to Jackson deep down the middle. He completes a 20-yarder to Humphries, who is pushed out of bounds at the New England 36. The Bucs have time for one last play and they need to go for the touchdown. The last pass, for Howard, is Cheap Jerseys Hockey defended by Jones and that’s it. The Patriots survive and win.