INDIANAPOLIS — The winless Indianapolis Colts showed some fight, but not enough to stop Tampa Bay's Karl Williams.
Williams, a second-year receiver, had two touchdowns, set up another score with a 63-yard punt return and put Tampa Bay in position for Michael Husted's winning field goal with eight seconds left as the Buccaneers defeated the Colts, 31-28, Sunday.
"I've been struggling the past couple of weeks. Really, it's just concentrating a little more," Williams said. "It's 11 guys doing the job. When you have 11 guys dedicated to winning, big plays seem to happen. It just so happens it was special teams and a couple offensive plays. That's all it took."
That's also all it took to keep the Colts (0-9) the only NFL team without a victory this season despite several chances to put the game away. The Buccaneers (6-3) ended a losing streak at three games.