NS Tampa Bay Buccaneers took part in one of the most engaging battles of Week 12 on Sunday, like brave cat and Co. fought with Indianapolis Colts down the rope in a dramatic 38-31 victory. The Buccaneers security team knows that entering the competition it will be a difficult task to contain the star running backwards. Jonathan Taylor. The physical match fits its bill. Just ask Bucs to deal with defense Vita Vea, who actually shed blood while fighting in the trenches.
In the second half, Vea’s helmet came off when it hit a passerby. He is engaged Mark Glowinski inside, and his bare chin touched the assault soldier’s helmet – which sent one of his jade whites flying. Check out what happened, here:
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians was asked after the game about Vea continuing to play despite missing a tooth.
“I do not care,” Arians said, via ESPN’s Jenna Laine. “He has another 30.”
Thankfully, Vea showed up well after the game. In fact, as you can see, the TV camera caught him smiling as he walked over to the side! Vea is back in the squad this week after missing his previous game with a knee injury, and it looks like he won’t let a missing tooth hold him back this Sunday.
https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/look-buccaneers-vita-vea-gets-tooth-knocked-out-against-colts-bruce-arians-says-his-dt-has-30-other-ones/ WATCH: The Buccaneers’ Vita Vea breaks Colts front teeth; Bruce Arians says his DT ‘has another 30’