Doug Martin runs for 177 yards, Jameis Winston throws 4 TDs in first half

Doug Martin punched through the Eagles defense for 177 rushing yards in the first half, including runs of 84 and 58 yards. Martin finished the day with 235 yards. AP Photo/Julio Cortez

PHILADELPHIA -- Doug Martin ran wild in the first half, gaining 177 yards on just 12 carries as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rolled to a 28-14 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Rookie quarterback Jameis Winston also provided a spark with a career-best four touchdown passes in the first half.

Martin unleashed runs of 58 and 84 yards, though he wasn't able to reach the end zone. Adrian Peterson holds the NFL's single-game rushing record with 296 yards.

Over the past 15 seasons, only two players have rushed for more yards in the first half than Martin did Sunday: Marshall Faulk with 183 in 2001 and Jamal Lewis with 180 in '03. Miami's Lamar Miller ran for 175 yards in the first half of an Oct. 25 game this season.

Martin's 177 yards are already the second most in any game of his career. He churned out 251 yards against the Oakland Raiders in '12.

Winston hit Mike Evans from 4 yards out for a first-quarter touchdown. In the second quarter, Winston threw scoring passes of 13 yards to Vincent Jackson, 4 yards to Russell Shepard and 14 yards to Charles Sims. The Sims score capped a 13-play, 80-yard drive.

Winston finished the half 13-of-18 for 147 yards and four touchdowns with a passer rating of 135.9. He is the first rookie quarterback in franchise history to toss four touchdown passes.