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Bucs Week 10 Notable Numbers

The Bucs are finally home this week. Here are a few numbers to note as the Arizona Cardinals come to town.


7 – The number of receiving touchdowns Mike Evans has through eight games. It ties him for the league lead with Detroit's Kenny Golladay.

175 – The number of receiving yards Evans needs against the Cardinals to become the first NFL player ever to post three consecutive games with 175 or more receiving yards.

842 – The number of receiving yards Evans has through the first eight games, which is the most by any player in Bucs' history. Evans' 2018 total of 786 ranks second and Chris Godwin's current total of 766 ranks third.

158 – The number of receiving yards Evans needs to get to 1,000 yards this season (duh). It will make him just the second player ever to start their career with six 1,000-yard seasons. The only other player to do so? Randy Moss.

1,608 – The total number of receiving yards between Evans and Godwin this season. It's the most of any receiver duo in the league. Their 13 combined touchdowns also lead the league, besting Seattle's Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf, who have 11 combined scores.

230 – The number of points the Bucs have scored through their first eight games. It's the most in team history, surpassing last year's total by one point.

8 – The number of passes broken up by safety Jordan Whitehead this season. It's the 12-most in the NFL and ranks him second among safeties league-wide.

10.5 – The number of sacks outside linebacker Shaq Barrett has this season, good for the best mark in the league. He sits a half sack ahead of Cleveland's Myles Garrett.

78.1 – The average number of yards the Bucs are giving up per game on the ground. Even after letting up the most rushing yards they have all season in Seattle (145), they still hold the best such mark in the league, retaining their top ranking in run defense.

0 – The number of miles the Bucs have to travel this week. They return home for the first time since Week Three against the New York Giants on Sept. 22.

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