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Officials originally ruled the play a turnover on a fumble lost by Drake.
The Buccaneers generated a turnover to begin the second half, knocking the football from Drew Brees’s hand in the pocket before his arm started forward for a fumble.
The Ravens’ other touchdown came on a pivotal, 65-yard fumble return by the Ravens’ Chuck Clark, after Indianapolis had scored first while Baltimore’s offense struggled out of the gate against the Colts’ second-ranked defense.
Washington quarterback Kyle Allen passed for 280 yards and two touchdowns against the Giants in Week 6, but he also committed a pair of turnovers, including a fumble that was returned for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Recovering fumbles isn’t a skill, but some teams, such as the Dallas Cowboys, have lost out on almost eight points per game after accounting for when and where the fumble takes place.
And just as I came up I saw Mrs. Maloney, marvellously attired, fumbling with a lantern.
She had opened the drawer of her deskthe top right-hand drawerand was fumbling in it.
But the step that would raise one above all the little fumbling, blind-spawning, life hugging bipeds who infested the scene.
"Door left unlocked—the ignorant hound—Good thing I don't trust him too far—" Some one came fumbling in and switched on the light.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
The other man was fumbling the side curtains, swearing under his breath when his fingers bungled the fastenings.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER

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