It'sa a tough thing to get around until it gets scored consistently in a sensible way. Leagues will score it differently, but it needs to be resolved by the league or the commish - hopefully the commish is not affected by the decision.
did NOT credit TB with a defensive TD, but it DID give them a defensive fumble recovery (by opponent)
which is worth a point. That point would be contested by an alert owner, and it would be deducted from his opponent's final score (only if the outcome will change-we accept the small insignificant errors). The commish is not responsible to catch all scoring 'errors' as we have determined them to be in our league.
Not every league will score it that way. If you decide to leave it the way the website scores it, you would have to let it go. The offensive/defensive possession rule needs to be cleared up in every league with a commissioner, ASAP.
It is a perfect time to bring it up since it was MNF.
Our decision was made years ago when the league was still pen and paper and USA Today was the official source for all scoring. We've modernized a bit since then, but the rules stand because they make sense. If a team starts the play on defense, they finish it on defense. If a player starts a play on offense and recovers a fumble after a turnover no credit is given for a defensive fumble recovery. Punts, kickoffs, EXP's, FG's etc. are special teams play on either side and included in the defensive stats.
There are about 4 or more legit ways to score it when you consider which unit gets credit for the recovery.
1 give the offensive player credit for the TD and the defense credit for a fumble recovery (as it was scored on our site)
2 an offensive TD and fumble recovery (as our league rules state it would be scored)
3 a defensive TD and offensive fumble recovery (doesn't make a whole lot of sense)
4 a defensive TD and fumble recovery (seems to be the way the 'switchers' would score it - but since the Bucs started on offense, and their argument states they ended on offense since they had possession of the ball and scored, that makes no sense)