Tampa Bay Buccaneers

5 Standouts from Buccaneers vs. Chiefs

A few players who impressed in the Bucs' Week 11 victory over the Chiefs.

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Pictures from the Buccaneers' Week 11 matchup with the Chiefs.

  1. K Roberto Aguayo**
    Aguayo put together his best performance as a pro on Sunday, drilling all four of his field goal attempts and accounting for more than half of the Buccaneers' points. He connected on field goals from 22, 31, 36 and 41 yards while also converting his only extra point attempt. Behind Aguayo, the Buccaneers jumped out to a 12-10 lead late in the game, setting the stage for what would ultimately be the game-winning touchdown.

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  1. S Chris Conte**
    Conte has recorded two interceptions this year, with both coming in back-to-back games. Conte returned an interception for a touchdown in the Bucs' Week 10 victory over the Bears and forced his second turnover in as many weeks on Sunday against Kansas City, intercepting Alex Smith in the end zone as the Chiefs were knocking on the door. Conte returned his interception 55 yards, the Bucs' longest interception return since 2013. He also led the Buccaneers in tackles with seven.

3. WR Mike Evans
Evans entered Sunday's game leading the NFL in touchdown receptions. Although he didn't find the end zone on Sunday, he still eclipsed the 100-yard mark, leading the Buccaneers with six catches for 105 yards. It was Evan's third 100-yard game of the season and the 11th of his career.

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  1. QB Jameis Winston**
    The Chiefs have established themselves as one of the NFL's best teams at forcing turnovers. They entered Sunday's game against the Bucs having recorded 13 interceptions, which were the most of any team in the NFL while also recovering nine fumbles, the second-most of any team in the league. Winston finished the game without being interecpted, completing 24 of 39 passes for 331 yards and a score. He finished the game with a passer rating of 97.3.

5. TE Alan CrossCross began his college football career as a walk-on long-snapper at the University of Memphis before earning a scholarship as a tight end. He was signed by the Buccaneers as an undrafted free agent and earned his way onto the 53-man roster and, eventually, onto the active roster for game days. Cross caught his first NFL touchdown on Sunday, hauling in a three-yard pass from Jameis Winston in the fourth quarter. It was the Bucs' only touchdown of the day.* *

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