Tampa Bay Buccaneers

16 Notable Numbers for Week 16

A few numbers pertaining to Week 16 following Tampa Bay’s matchup against Atlanta on Monday night

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16** – Wide receiver Adam Humphries caught a 16-yard touchdown pass on Monday night for his first touchdown of the season.

15 – (2015) the last (and only) time quarterback Jameis Winston recorded a higher passer rating than his 130.5 rating against Atlanta on Monday night (131.6 against Philadelphia).

14 – (2014) Gerald McCoy recorded his career-high eight tackles in a single game during the 2014 season opener at home against the Panthers.

13 – Number of tackles linebacker Kwon Alexander had in the Monday night game against Atlanta, a season-high.

12 – The number of interceptions quarterback Cam Newton has thrown against the Buccaneers.

11 – Tampa Bay's rank in total offense, besting Carolina's rank of 17.

10– Number of career interceptions Lavonte David has (needs one more to pass Dave Lewis for second-most in team history).

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9 **– Wide receiver Mike Evans' rank in most receiving yards by an NFL player in his first four seasons (4,417).

8 – Where quarterback Jameis Winston ranks all-time in passing yards by an NFL player in his first three seasons (67).

7 – Number of games wide receiver Mike Evans has played against Carolina (395 yards, 3 touchdowns).

6 – Number of receiving touchdowns by tight end Cameron Brate (tied for sixth among NFL tight ends).

5 – Tampa Bay's rank in average passing yards per game this season (263.9).

4 – Tampa Bay's rank in first downs this season (304).

3 – (3.5) The number of sacks defensive end Robert Ayers Jr. has against Carolina (his most against any one opponent).

2 – Wide receiver Mike Evans' rank in receiving touchdowns in team history (32, needs two more to tie tight end Jimmie Giles).

1 – Carolina linebacker Luke Kuechly's rank in interceptions by a linebacker this season.

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