CINCINNATI, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Safety John Lynch forced and recovered a fumble to set up Martin Gramatica's 21-yard field goal 5:06 into overtime Sunday, lifting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 16-13 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
After limiting the Bengals to one first down in their first five possessions of the second half, Tampa Bay allowed Cincinnati to move 64 yards for the tying score, capped by Jon Kitna's six-yard pass to Corey Dillon with eight seconds remaining in regulation.
The Bucs drove into Cincinnati territory on their first possession of the extra session, but Brad Johnson was sacked by linebacker Brian Simmons on third and three from the 30, taking them out of field goal range.
Mark Royals' punt pinned Cincinnati at the four and on the next play from scrimmage, Lynch stripped Dillon and recovered at the four. Lynch also had a key interception in last week's win at St. Louis to seal a victory.
Tampa Bay coach Tony Dungy immediately called on Gramatica, who missed two field goals earlier in the game, to produce the winning points.
Backup tight end Todd Yoder returned a blocked punt 11 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter for Tampa Bay (6-5), which has won consecutive games for the first time this season to move over the .500 mark.
Neil Rackers kicked field goals of 23 and 41 yards for the Bengals (4-7), who suffered their fourth straight loss.