Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs Week Four Notable Numbers

Here's an assortment of stats pertaining to the Bucs as they prepare to take on the Rams this Sunday in Los Angeles.

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121.7 – The number of rushing yards Tampa Bay is averaging per game, giving the eighth-best rushing offense in the league.

69.7 – The number of rushing yards Tampa Bay is allowing, on average, per game. It's good for the sixth-best mark in league after shutting down two of the league's most notorious running backs in Christian McCaffrey and Saquon Barkley the last two weeks.

2.99 – The number of rushing yards allowed per attempt by the Bucs' defense. That's the third-best mark in the league behind only the New England Patriots (2.29) and Philadelphia Eagles (2.95).

8.0 – You already know. The number of sacks outside linebacker Shaq Barrett has through three games this season, tied for the most in NFL history in that span with former Jet Mark Gastineau.

190 – The number of receiving yards Mike Evans had against the Giants, good for his second-best total of his career. Yeah, he had more during his rookie season against Washington, recording 209 receiving yards. Evans' three touchdowns on Sunday were a career high.

26 – The number of touchdowns quarterback Jameis Winston has thrown to Mike Evans. It's the most of any quarterback-wide receiver duo in team history, surpassing Josh Freeman and Mike Williams, who had 24.

375 – The number of yards Winston threw for against the Giants. Should he throw for 375 yards or more against the Los Angeles Rams, it will be just the second time in team history that a player has posted consecutive games with 375 or more passing yards. The first was Ryan Fitzpatrick in the first two games of 2018.

384 – Winston's average yards passing in two career games against the Rams. He has five touchdowns in those two games to go along with his yardage.

3 – The number of defensive touchdowns inside linebacker Lavonte David has in his career. He needs just one more to tie for the third-most in franchise history. I'm putting it out there in the universe now.

2,158 – The number of air miles between Tampa (TPA) and Los Angeles (LAX).

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