Tampa Bay Buccaneers

15 Notable Numbers for Week 15

Just a few numbers pertaining to Week 15 of the NFL season for the Buccaneers.

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Pictures of some of the Falcons' top players.

15**– The number of yards LB Kwon Alexander ran back during his interception against Atlanta during Week 8 of the 2015 season. Alexander won Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the 23-20 Tampa Bay victory, recording 11 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and the interception.

14– The number of interceptions Atlanta QB Matt Ryan has thrown against the Buccaneers.

13 – Tampa Bay has thrown for 3,406 passing yards this season, which is the most in franchise history through 13 games.

12 – Tampa Bay's rank in total offense and Atlanta's rank in rushing offense and passing offense.

11– Number of games LB Lavonte David has played against Atlanta in his career.

10– Mike Evans' rank in receiving yards by an NFL player in his first four seasons (4,338).

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9** – QB Jameis Winston's rank in most passing touchdowns by an NFL player in his first three season (tied with Carolina QB Cam Newton at 64).

8 – Number of players who have recorded two receiving touchdowns against Atlanta during the series history.

7 – TE O.J. Howard's rank in receiving yards by a rookie this season (402, second-most by a rookie tight end).

6 – RB Doug Martin's rank all-time in touchdowns from scrimmage after his rushing touchdown on Sunday vs. the Lions. He is tied with Warrick Dunn with 28.

5 – Number of receiving touchdowns by TE O.J. Howard, which ties him for fourth all-time in Bucs history by a rookie.

3 – Number of interceptions safety Justin Evans has this season, leading all NFL rookies.

2– TE O.J. Howard's rank in receiving touchdowns by an NFL rookie this season (5).

1 – Tampa Bay's rank in forced fumbles (29) and fumble recoveries (24) since the beginning of last season.

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