Another fight after Bucs' Mike Evans blindsides Saints' Marshon Lattimore

Another fight after Bucs' Mike Evans blindsides Saints' Marshon Lattimore

Another fight after Bucs' Mike Evans blindsides Saints' Marshon Lattimore

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick replaced Jameis Winston (shoulder) after halftime.

Evans ran across the field seemingly to protect his quarterback, who was the first one to make contact.

For their part, the Buccaneers are officially listing Winston as questionable to return with a shoulder injury. Lattimore turned around and shoved Winston in the chest.

That, of course, led to some punches being thrown during a brief skirmish.

Evans was flagged for unnecessary roughness. He did that by starting a fight with Saints rookie cornerback Marshon Lattimore.

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Before leaving the game, Winston struggled mightily, completing 7 of 13 passes for 67 yards, no touchdowns, no picks, and a 68.4 passer rating.

In his postgame news conference, Saints coach Sean Payton was adamant that Evans should have been ejected as a result of the hit.

Not sure what's happening in the National Football League this Sunday, but players are feeling feisty. I really didn't see what happened.

"I shouldn't have hit him in his back like that", Evans said.

"But that's definitely not the way we want to represent ourselves, if it was in, fact the way I was told". They lost the game, 30-10, to fall to 2-6 on the season.

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