Josh Freeman Week 14 Fantasy Update: Tampa Bay Quarterback Has Three Turnovers In Return From Shoulder Injury

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers losing streak hit seven on Sunday at EverBank Field against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Quarterback Josh Freeman was making his return after sitting out last week in a blowout loss to the Carolina Panthers. Despite his return, it was more of the same for Tampa as the Bucs were blown out 41-14 to extend the losing streak.

The Bucs finished with 7 turnovers, three of which were given away by Freeman. The big quarterback finished with two interceptions and one fumble lost. It looked like the Bucs were in good shape to end their losing streak after Freeman scrambled in from 16 yards out to give Tampa a 14-0 lead. But that would be it for the Bucs, as Jacksonville responded with 41 unanswered points.

Freeman finished 16 of 20 for 181 yards. He added 26 yards on the ground in four carries, including the aforementioned rushing touchdown. But it was another ugly game in an ugly season for Freeman and his fantasy owners.

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