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2023 Game Preview: Jaguars-Buccaneers, Week 16

Raymond James Stadium will be home to a clash between two Florida teams in first place in their division but scratching and clawing to maintain their spot in the playoff hunt


On the Saturday evening before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Week 13 game against the Carolina Panthers, Head Coach Todd Bowles told his players that within eight days they could be in first place in the NFC South. Given that the Buccaneers were 4-7 at the time after losing six of their previous seven games, that seemed like a mildly bizarre fact, but it was also true.

It also came to pass.

Wins over the Panthers and Falcons put the Bucs into a three-way tie at 6-7 with Atlanta and New Orleans, and then things got even better. In Week 15, the Bucs seized a critical win in Green Bay and the Falcons dropped a last-minute decision in Carolina. Now it's a two-way tie for the South lead with the Saints, and the Bucs currently hold the head-to-head tiebreaker. The Saints will come to Tampa in Week 17 for a massive rematch, but it's too early for players and coaches to be focusing on that game. Next up is the Jacksonville Jaguars, and if the Bucs want to insure that they are still controlling their own playoff fate by next week they need to stay on a hot streak against another first-place team in the state of Florida.

"It's just knowing what we can possibly have ahead of us if we handle [the] game of [the] week and how much [work] we put in over this whole past offseason, training camp, and everything," said outside linebacker Shaq Barrett. "We're not ready to go home yet, so we're going to do whatever it takes to keep our season going to get to the postseason. We just take it one game at a time, and like Bowles said two weeks ago, 'The next couple of days we could be in first place,' and we handled that, so now we just have to keep going, and keep controlling our own destiny. We don't want to be in anybody else's hands."

The Jaguars have lost three straight against prime AFC contenders but are still in first in the AFC South due to a tiebreaker over the Colts. Young star quarterback Trevor Lawrence started the week in the concussion protocol and thus may not be available to play on Sunday, in which case the Jaguars would turn to C.J. Beathard, presuming an injury to his non-throwing shoulder doesn't sideline him, too. (Beathard was a full participant in practice on Wednesday.) Jacksonville is also without one of its top pass-catchers in Christian Kirk but still has plenty of firepower, from dual threat running back Travis Etienne to big-play wideout Calvin Ridley to high-volume tight end Evan Engram.

"Offensively, the way Ridley is playing right now, it's hard to argue he's not one of the top three [wide receivers] in the league right now with the way he's been playing," said Bowles. "Trevor Lawrence is a phenomenal quarterback, running and throwing the football. Etienne can run and catch the ball out of the backfield. Engram as a tight end/wide receiver – whatever you want to call him – he can block, he can run, he can catch. They present a lot of problems."

Jacksonville's defense has a pair of extremely athletic edge rushers in Josh Allen and Travon Walker, both former top-10 picks, and they've combined for 19.5 sacks this season. The Jaguars are also tied for the league lead in takeaways, led by cornerback Darious Williams' four interceptions. Bucs quarterback Baker Mayfield knows that defense is a minefield of players who can take the ball away.

"They do a really, really good job of it," said Mayfield. "And it's not just one guy – it's a lot of them. It starts up front. Obviously, they've got two great pass rushers in Walker and Allen off the edge. Taking care of those guys – they present issues on their own. And then, the secondary, those guys up front allow the secondary to be extremely aggressive and they're smart players. They have played a lot of ball together. They're opportunistic, but we have to take care of the ball, especially this late in the year. The playoff mentality, it's all about the ball – taking care of it and making sure we're not doing anything to hurt ourselves. That includes for me penalties, turnovers and all of those negative plays. Eliminating all of those things when you play a team like this [is critical], and just trying to move the chains consistently."

Mayfield pushed the Buccaneers into a "playoff mode mentality" three weeks ago, and the Bucs have advanced three weeks in a row. They'll try to stay alive again in Week 16, but the Jaguars are also in a tight playoff race and will surely arrive at Raymond James Stadium with just as much motivation. The game could turn the season for either team, or possibly both.


Jacksonville Jaguars (8-6) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7-7)

Sunday, December 24, 4:05 p.m. ET

Raymond James Stadium (capacity: 65,844)

Tampa, Florida

Television: CBS (Local WTSP Channel 10)

TV Broadcast Team: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (analyst), Melanie Collins (reporter)

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The Buccaneers welcomed a third NFL team to the state of Florida in 1995 when a round of expansion brought in the Jacksonville Jaguars (and the Carolina Panthers). Tampa Bay's initial welcome wasn't very warm, as they defeated the first-year Jaguars in 1995, albeit barely. The Buccaneers also claimed the two most recent meetings between the two Sunshine State rivals, a 38-31 shootout win in Tampa in 2015 and a 28-11 thumping in Jacksonville in 2019. However, the Jaguars owned the rest of the series in between those Bucs wins.

Overall, the Jaguars leads the series by a 4-3 margin, but the Bucs are 2-1 in games played in Tampa. The Bucs got their first-ever win in Jacksonville in that 2019 meeting, with running back Peyton Barber scoring two touchdowns on the ground and linebacker Devin White returning a fumble 14 yards for a touchdown. White also had an interception off starter Nick Foles in that game, and when Gardner Minshew replaced Foles he was picked off by cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting.

The aforementioned 38-31 Bucs win in 2015 actually required a rally from the home team, which was losing 24-23 near the end of the third quarter. The game-changing play was a nine-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Tampa Bay defensive end Jacquies Smith. Doug Martin ran for 123 yards and the Bucs' final score as part of a 183-yard outing for Tampa Bay's ground game.

The Bucs' win to kick off the series in 1995 was even closer. In fact, the expansion Jaguars scored on a Pete Mitchell touchdown catch with 37 seconds left to cut the Bucs' lead to 17-16 and then elected to go for the win with a two-point conversion. Cornerback Charles Dimry's tight coverage on wide receiver Jimmy Smith kept Jaguars quarterback Steve Beuerlein from converting on the two-point pass, but the Jaguars then successfully pulled off an onside kick to engineer another chance to win. That left it up to Martin Mayhew to seal the Bucs' victory with an interception on the next play.

Jacksonville's other three wins in the series were all by one-score margins. Most notably the two teams met right in the middle of a 2007 season in which both teams would end up in the playoffs. Buccaneers quarterback Jeff Garcia threw 41 passes and had 267 yards, while Jacksonville's Quinn Gray threw just 16 times for 100 yards. However, Gray did connect with Matt Jones on a fourth-quarter eight-yard touchdown pass to put the Jaguars up, 24-23. Garcia was intercepted three times, including on his last pass of the day in the Buccaneers' final attempt to regain the lead. Joey Galloway's 58-yard touchdown catch and the Bucs' 385-219 edge in overall yardage weren't enough to overcome Jacksonville's 3-0 advantage in takeaways.


  • Mike Caldwell, now in his second season as the Jaguars' defensive coordinator, spent the 2019-21 seasons as the Buccaneers' inside linebackers coach on Bruce Arians' staff. He won a Super Bowl championship ring with Tampa Bay at the end of the 2020 season.
  • Jacksonville Safeties Coach Cody Grimm followed Caldwell from Tampa to Jacksonville in 2022. He had previously served three years on the Buccaneers' coaching staff as a defensive/special teams assistant.
  • Brentson Buckner, the Jaguars' defensive line coach, spent one season on Tampa Bay's staff, though not at the same time as Caldwell and Grimm. The Bucs added him to their staff in what proved to be Dirk Koetter's final season as head coach in 2018. Buckner was also a defensive line coach for the Buccaneers.
  • Jacksonville Assistant Offensive Line Coach Todd Washington played eight seasons as center/guard in the NFL, beginning when he was selected by Tampa Bay in the fourth round of the 1998 draft. Washington spent his first five seasons with the Buccaneers, appearing in 51 games with three starts.
  • Jaguars defensive lineman Jeremiah Ledbetter was with the Buccaneers for parts of four seasons from 2018-21. He spent most of the 2018 season on Tampa Bay's practice squad before a promotion to the active roster in December. He went back to training camp with the Buccaneers the following summer but was waived/injured during the final roster cutdown. After spending some time on Baltimore's practice squad in 2019, he came back to the Bucs' practice squad in October and stayed there for the rest of that season. He was also on the practice squad in Tampa for most of 2020 before another late-season promotion, and was actually on the active roster for Super Bowl LV. He was waived again the following summer after going to another training camp in Tampa.
  • Jacksonville is one of the six teams kicker Chase McLaughlin played for before coming to Tampa. He was with the Jaguars for three games in 2020 and was four of five on field goal tries and three of four on extra point attempts.


Tampa Bay:

  • Head Coach Todd Bowles
  • Assistant Head Coach/Run Game Coordinator Harold Goodwin
  • Offensive Coordinator Dave Canales
  • Run Game Coordinator/Defensive Line Coach Kacy Rodgers
  • Pass Game Coordinator/Inside Linebackers Coach Larry Foote
  • Special Teams Coordinator Keith Armstrong


  • Head Coach Doug Pederson
  • Offensive Coordinator Press Taylor
  • Defensive Coordinator Mike Caldwell
  • Special Teams Coordinator Heath Farwell



  • LB SirVocea Dennis (fifth-round draft pick)
  • OLB Yaya Diaby (third-round draft pick)
  • TE Payne Durham (fifth-round draft pick)
  • RB Chase Edmonds (FA)
  • G Matt Feiler (FA)
  • DL Greg Gaines (UFA)
  • CB Josh Hayes (sixth-round draft pick)
  • CB Keenan Isaac (UDFA)
  • S Christian Izien (UDFA)
  • DL Calijah Kancey (first-round draft pick)
  • G Cody Mauch (second-round draft pick)
  • QB Baker Mayfield (UFA)
  • K Chase McLaughlin (UFA)
  • S Ryan Neal (FA)
  • WR Trey Palmer (sixth-round draft pick)
  • RB Sean Tucker (UDFA)


  • LB Yasir Abdullah (fifth-round draft pick)
  • RB Tank Bigsby (third-round draft pick)
  • DE Angelo Blackson (FA)
  • T Ezra Cleveland (T-MIN)
  • WR Elijah Cooks (UDFA)
  • T Anton Harrison (first-round draft pick)
  • CB Antonio Johnson (fifth-round draft pick)
  • RB D'Ernest Johnson (UFA)
  • DE Tyler Lacey (fourth-round draft pick)
  • K Brandon McManus (FA)
  • LB Ventrell Miller (fourth-round draft pick…on injured reserve)
  • QB E.J. Perry (FA…currently on practice squad)
  • TE Brenton Strange (second-round draft pick)
  • WR Parker Washington (sixth-round draft pick)



  • Todd Bowles enters his second season as the Bucs' head coach with a new offensive coordinator on his staff. Former Seahawks Quarterbacks Coach Dave Canales takes over for Byron Leftwich, who spent four seasons in that role, the first three under Head Coach Bruce Arians. Canales helped quarterback Geno Smith go from journeyman to the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year in 2022 and has roots in the Kyle Shanahan/Sean McVay systems.
  • The Buccaneers made a number of other changes to Bowles' staff after the 2022 season, bringing in George Edwards (a former Vikings defensive coordinator) to coach outside linebackers, Brad Idzik to tutor wide receivers, and Skip Peete to take over the running backs room. David Raih and Jordan Somerville also joined the team as senior offensive analyst and assistant quarterbacks coach, respectively. With the arrival of Edwards, defensive Pass Game Coordinator Larry Foote switched from the outside linebacker room to the inside linebacker group. Thaddeus Lewis, who spent the previous two seasons as an assistant wide receivers coach, was promoted to quarterbacks coach.
  • After winning a Super Bowl and two division titles over the past three years, the Buccaneers saw an era come to an end when quarterback Tom Brady announced his retirement in late January. To move on at the game's most critical position, the Buccaneers brought in former number-one overall draft pick Baker Mayfield to compete with 2021 second-round selection Kyle Trask. Former Ram John Wolford was also added for experienced depth in the quarterback room. Mayfield was named the opening-day starter by Bowles between the second and third preseason games in August.
  • After largely "keeping the band together" for the 2021-22 seasons after their Super Bowl LV victory, the Buccaneers parted ways with a number of prominent players in 2023. Donovan Smith, who occupied the Bucs' starting left tackle spot for eight seasons, was released in March, as were tight end Cameron Brate, running back Leonard Fournette and kicker Ryan Succop. Safety Mike Edwards, quarterback Blaine Gabbert, cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting, safety Keanu Neal, defensive lineman Rakeem Nunez-Roches, wide receiver Breshad Perriman and tackle Josh Wells all found new homes in free agency while defensive lineman Akiem Hicks, wide receiver Julio Jones, outside linebacker Carl Nassib, tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Logan Ryan were not re-signed.


  • In addition to replacing departed right tackle Jawaan Taylor with first-round pick Anton Harrison, the Jaguars also started the season without their starting left tackle, as Cam Robinson was suspended for the first four games for violating the league's PED policy. Robinson returned to start seven games but then suffered a knee injury in a game at Houston in Week 12 and was subsequently placed on injured reserve. Walker Little has started six of the Jaguars' other seven games at left tackle, with midseason trade acquisition Ezra Cleveland getting the other start.
  • The Jaguars also placed one of their top receivers, Christian Kirk, on injured reserve on December 8 due to a core muscle injury. Kirk currently leads the Jaguars with 787 receiving yards and is third on the team with 57 catches. He must miss at least two more games before returning.
  • Jacksonville actually traded for former Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley during the 2022 season, but he made his debut with the team in 2023 after completing a year-long NFL suspension. Ridley currently ranks second on the team in both receptions (60) and receiving yards (781).
  • The Jaguars used their 2023 franchise tag to keep pending free agent tight end Evan Engram in the fold. Engram signed a one-year deal with Jacksonville after five years with the Giants and promptly turned in a 76-catch, 766-yard season. He's on pace to outdo those numbers in his second Jacksonville season, as he currently leads the team with 88 catches and has 729 yards and three touchdowns.



DNP: Did not participate in practice

LP: Limited participation in practice

FP: Full participation in practice

NL: Not listed


  • CB Carlton Davis (groin) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • DL Will Gholston (knee/ankle) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • WR Chris Godwin (knee/rest) – WEDS: LP; THURS: DNP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • CB Josh Hayes (illness) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • WR Rakim Jarrett* (quadriceps) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Out.
  • S Ryan Neal (back) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • NT Vita Vea (toe) – WEDS: LP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • LB Devin White (foot) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • S Antoine Winfield Jr. (calf) – WEDS: NL; THURS: NL; FRI: DNP. Game Status: Questionable.

* Rakim Jarrett is on injured reserve but has been designated to return and is currently in his 21-day practice window.


  • QB C.J. Beathard (left shoulder) – WEDS: FP; THURS: FP; FRI: FP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • CB Christian Braswell* (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • CB Tyson Campbell (quadriceps) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • S Andre Cisco (groin) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • OL Ezra Cleveland (knee) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • WR Zay Jones (knee/hamstring) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • QB Trevor Lawrence (ankle/concussion) – WEDS: DNP; THURS: DNP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.
  • OL Walker Little (hamstring) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Not listed.
  • TE Brenton Strange (foot) – WEDS: LP; THURS: LP; FRI: LP. Game Status: Questionable.

* Christian Braswell is on injured reserve but has been designated to return and is currently in his 21-day practice window.


Cloudy. High of 77, low of 64, 7% chance of rain, 69% humidity, winds out of the E at 10-15 mph.


Head referee: Brad Allen (10th season, 10th as referee)


  • Favorite: Buccaneers (PK)
  • Over/Under: 42.5



Points Scored: K Chase McLauglin, 98

Touchdowns: WR Mike Evans, 11

Passing Yards: QB Baker Mayfield, 3,315

Passer Rating: QB Baker Mayfield, 94.7

Rushing Yards: RB Rachaad White, 834

Receptions: WR Chris Godwin, 68

Receiving Yards: WR Mike Evans, 1,077

Interceptions: CB Carlton Davis/S Dee Delaney/CB Christian Izien/ S Antoine Winfield Jr., 2

Sacks: DL Vita Vea, 5.5

Tackles: S Antoine Winfield Jr., 107


Points Scored: K Brandon McManus, 103

Touchdowns: RB Travis Etienne, 10

Passing Yards: QB Trevor Lawrence, 3,525

Passer Rating: QB Trevor Lawrence, 90.5

Rushing Yards: RB Travis Etienne, 837

Receptions: TE Evan Engram, 88

Receiving Yards: WR Christian Kirk, 787

Interceptions: CB Darious Williams, 4

Sacks: OLB Josh Allen, 13.5

Tackles: LB Foyesade Oluokun, 148



Scoring Offense: 20th (21.1 ppg)

Total Offense: 23rd (314.9 ypg)

Rushing Offense: 29th (90.6 ypg)

Passing Offense: 19th (224.3 ypg)

First Downs Per Game: 25th (17.9)

Third-Down Pct.: 11th (41.5%)

Sacks Per Pass Attempt Allowed: 14th (7.05%)

Red Zone TD Pct.: t-22nd (50.0%)

Scoring Defense: 13th (20.7 ppg)

Total Defense: 26th (359.9 ypg)

Rushing Defense: 9th (96.0 ypg)

Passing Defense: 31st (263.9 ypg)

First Downs Allowed Per Game: t-24th (20.2)

Third-Down Pct. Allowed: t-26th (42.5%)

Sacks Per Pass Attempt: 18th (7.77%)

Red Zone TD Pct. Allowed: 4th (41.7%)

Turnover Margin: t-6th (+6)


Scoring Offense: 10th (22.8 ppg)

Total Offense: 12th (342.0 ypg)

Rushing Offense: 26th (98.0 ypg)

Passing Offense: 9th (244.0 ypg)

First Downs Per Game: 12th (19.8)

Third-Down Pct.: 22nd (36.5%)

Sacks Per Pass Attempt Allowed: 11th (6.68%)

Red Zone TD Pct.: 17th (53.7%)

Scoring Defense: 21st (22.4 ppg)

Total Defense: 27th (360.1 ypg)

Rushing Defense: 12th (103.6 ypg)

Passing Defense: 29th (256.6 ypg)

First Downs Allowed Per Game: 16th (19.0)

Third-Down Pct. Allowed: 6th (35.8%)

Sacks Per Pass Attempt: 29th (5.74%)

Red Zone TD Pct. Allowed: t-15th (54.6%)

Turnover Margin: 15th (+1)


  • Wide receiver Mike Evans recorded his 11th touchdown reception of the season against Green Bay in Week 15, giving him 92 in his career and putting him in a tie for 12th place in NFL history with Davante Adams and Rob Gronkowski. Depending upon Adams' production in Week 16, Evans could move into sole possession of 12th place with another scoring catch.
  • If Evans does get another touchdown, he'll join a very exclusive group. That score would be his 12th of the season and it would mark the fifth time he has caught at least a dozen touchdown passes in a season. He would become just the fifth player in league history to do so five times, and the other four are all Hall of Famers: Jerry Rice, Terrell Owens, Marvin Harrison and Randy Moss.
  • Quarterback Baker Mayfield has thrown 24 touchdown passes this season. With one more he will join Tom Brady as the only players to record 25-plus TD passes in their first season with the Buccaneers.
  • Safety Antoine Winfield has 4.0 sacks on the season, along with five forced fumbles. With one more sack he would be the first defensive back since 1999 (when tracking of forced fumbles began) to have five or more sacks and five or more forced fumbles in the same season.
  • Linebacker Lavonte David has 3.5 sacks, 16 tackles for loss and 105 overall tackles. Since tackles for loss began being regularly tracked in 2008, only one player – Daryl Washington in 2011 and 2012 – has reached 100 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks in a single season. David needs 1.5 sacks to join Washington on that list.
  • Wide receiver Chris Godwin scored his second career rushing touchdown in Week 13 against the Panthers, giving him 35 total touchdowns, which moved him into sole possession of fourth place in that category in Bucs history. His 33 receiving touchdowns remain tied with Cameron Brate for third in team history, so one more would break that tie.
  • Outside linebacker Yaya Diaby has 5.0 sacks and needs one more to tie Gaines Adams (6.0 in 2007) for the third most sacks by a rookie in Buccaneers annals. Fellow rookie Calijah Kancey has 4.0 sacks and needs two more to tie Adams.


  • Head Coach Todd Bowles on Shaquil Barrett's late strip-sack against the Packers last week: "Shaq has played hard all year. It may not show in the sack category, but from an overall teammate category – as far as the run, disrupting the run plays, disrupting the passers, commanding two guys trying to block him. To turn it on at the end and help make that play was big for him. It was big for him, it was big for us. He's the perfect team player and he comes ready to play every Sunday."
  • Outside linebacker Shaquil Barrett one the resiliency of the team after overcoming a losing streak: "We knew we [were] a better team than that. It sucks it took losing all of those games for us to finally start getting it right, being able to finish games, and closing out the right way. We start the season winning close games, but then we were in a little lull when we started losing close games, two-score games, and stuff like that. But we all just stayed the course, kept believing in each other, and now we're somewhat on the other side now as long as we keep doing we [are] doing right now."
  • Quarterback Baker Mayfield on winning NFC Offensive Player of the Week: "It's obviously an extreme honor. Half of the league gets to play [for it]. I just think – like I mentioned after the game – it was one of the best total offensive games we've played as a unit. It could've gone to a lot of our guys."
  • Bowles on how well LB Lavonte David is playing in his 12th season: "First, I'm not going to put anybody in Tom [Brady]'s category. He's got his own place right over here. It's Mount Rushmore all by himself – there's one photo, one mountain, that's him. That being said, Lavonte has done a great job over the course of his whole career – especially the last few years – of turning back the clock and playing great football and keeping himself in shape and mentally tuned in. We love where he's at."
  • Offensive Coordinator Dave Canales on how it makes him feel when he can get touchdowns from four different players: "That's what's key right? That's what we've talked about here – those other players. Everybody knows Mike [Evans] is the feature, so as teams deploy things to [him], everybody else opens up. Baker [Mayfield] sees those things, when they push it. You talk about the 24-yard catch to Chris Godwin – Mike is doubled on the left side and we're in empty. Chris runs a stick-nod on the back side, kind of in the middle of the field. [That is] a classic example right there of Baker seeing, 'It's push coverage over here, here comes my secondary route,' which was Chris on that one, and just finishing it in the rhythm. Then, of course, the protection all coming together that way. I was really excited about that."
  • Wide receiver Chris Godwin on why he thinks QB Baker Mayfield is playing so well right now: "Obviously, I think he's doing a great job preparing, but I think it's a total team effort. I think you can start to see him get a little more comfortable with the calls. I think communication is getting a little bit better as an offense. We are starting to see the bigger picture, see how things are coming together, and I think it's starting to gel at the right time. Now the challenge for us is to continue it. We [have] to keep it going, we [have] to keep putting in the work, because again you can't rest on your laurels. This is the time where we need to continue to get hot, so we have to do everything we can to make sure we're still moving forward."

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