Tampa Bay Buccaneers' tight end Kellen Winslow had a golden opportunity to bring the Buccaneers tied with Green Bay at 21 all in Lambeau Field but Winslow dropped a Josh Freeman pass that hit him right in the hands. Winslow had an earlier touchdown catch nullified on an offensive pass interference penalty. It was apparent that Winslow pushed off to get open in the corner of the end zone and the touchdown was immediately called back.
Despite the dropped 2-pt conversion, Winslow is having his best day of the season, with six catches for 98 yards already against the Packers woeful pass defense. The Bucs have certainly looked much better this week after the embarrassing loss at home last week, but Winslow's drop was low point in their effort to try and get back in the game and pull off the upset.
Video of the dropped conversion below:
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