TAMPA, Fla., Nov. 25 (UPI) --
Tampa Bay's Brian Kelly
picked off a pass in the end zone with 17 seconds remaining and the Bucs pulled out a 19-13 win Sunday over the Washington Redskins.
Kelly snagged a toss by Jason Campbell, who was intercepted twice in the fourth quarter and lost a fumble earlier in a game, in which the Redskins had six turnovers.
Tampa Bay (7-4) played most of the game without quarterback Jeff Garcia, who left in the first quarter with a back injury and returned briefly in the fourth.
Bruce Gradkowski connected on 19 passes for 106 yards in Garcia's absence.
Earnest Graham ran for 75 yards and a touchdown for the Bucs and Matt Bryant kicked four first-half field goals, all following Washington turnovers.
Campbell threw for 301 yards and a touchdown.
Shaun Suisham kicked two field goals for Washington (5-6).
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