0 – The number of yards Mike Evans needs to get to 1,000. He had four catches for 50 yards against Atlanta and has now officially joined Randy Moss as the only two players in NFL history to record 1,000 or more yards receiving in their first six seasons.
1,071 – The number of receiving yards wide receiver Chris Godwin now has after a 184-yard, two touchdown performance last Sunday. It earned him an NFC Offensive Player of the Week award, too. Godwin and Evans are two of just three players in the league to have 1,000 yards receiving this season.
9 – The number of receiving touchdowns Godwin has this season – the most in the league. Evans' seven is tied for fifth.
347 – The weight at which defensive tackle Vita Vea caught a touchdown pass, making him the heaviest player to catch a pass for a touchdown in league history (since the stat was tracked in 1950). It also made him one of just nine players to score a receiving touchdown and record a sack in the same game since sacks became a stat in 1982.
2 – The number of Bucs defensive tackles to score a touchdown last Sunday. After Vea caught a touchdown pass from Jameis Winston on offense, Ndamukong Suh recovered a fumble and ran it in for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. It makes him just the second player in Bucs' history to recover two fumbles for touchdowns in a single season. The other player was Bucs Ring of Honor member Ronde Barber.
13 - The number of passes defensed rookie cornerback Jamel Dean has this season, which is tied for the second-most in the league. He doesn't even show up officially on qualified lists because Dean has played just 161 defensive snaps - he recorded all 13 of those pass breakups in just three games. The next-lowest snap count for anyone he's tied with is Stephon Gilmore with 634.
3 – The number of games Dean has had four or more passes defensed this season. It's the most in the NFL.
12.5 – The number of sacks outside linebacker Shaq Barrett has – still ties for the most in the league.
142.3 – The number of rushing yards the Jacksonville Jaguars' defense is allowing. It's the third-worst mark in the NFL.
28.4 – The average number of points scored per game for Tampa Bay. It's the third-most in the league.