500 - After posting 501 yards against Washington in Week 10, the Buccaneers have now posted consecutive 500-yard games for the first time in team history after putting up 510 total yards of offense against the New York Giants in Week 11.
9.5 – The number of sacks defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has for the season. He notched 1.5 sacks at New York, putting him just a half sack away from becoming the Bucs’ first double-digit sack player since Simeon Rice in 2005. His 9.5 sacks rank eighth in the NFL this season. He also has 15 hits on the quarterback, which is good for the ninth-most in the league.
957 – After catching six passes for 120 yards in New York, wide receiver Mike Evans now has 957 receiving yards this season, the fourth-most in the NFL and the most ever by a Buccaneers player through the first 10 games of the season. Evans now has five 100-yard receiving games this season, which is tied for the third-most in a single season in team history.
4.0 – The number of sacks Gerald McCoy has this season after registering one against Giants quarterback Eli Manning. It was his third consecutive game with a sack this season. Since 2013, he has the third-most sacks among defensive tackles and his four this season are good for seventh-most by a defensive tackle this year.
26.7 – That’s the Bucs average points per game, which are good for eight-best in the league. It’s part of the league’s number one offense where the Bucs are averaging 458.5 yards per game of total offense and a whipping 374.6 yards through the air, both league bests.