Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Top 10 Tuesday: Longest Touchdowns of 2019

Take a look back at the 10 longest touchdowns from last season (hint: they aren't all on offense).

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ATLANTA, GA - NOVEMBER 24, 2019 - Wide Receiver Chris Godwin #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Buccaneers won the game, 35-22. Photo By Mike Carlson/Tampa Bay Buccaneers

We've got Mock Draft Monday, so how about Top Ten Tuesday? Everyone likes lists, right?

If there's anything that a Bruce Arians offense does well, it's score points. His vertical passing attack also allows for those points to be scored in a big way. They unsurprisingly attempted the most passes over 25 yards, too. Quarterback Jameis Winston attempted 68 throws of 25 yards or more over the course of the season. Given that stat, the Buccaneers tallied the most successful such plays in the league with 60 on the year. Ten of those were touchdowns.

Well, that worked out.

See below for the flashiest, longest touchdowns of the 2019 season with one caveat: we're including defensive touchdowns too, because the Bucs also had the highest-scoring defense in the league and some were just downright impressive.

10. Week 5 in New Orleans. Winston to receiver Chris Godwin for 26 yards.

9. Week 11 vs. New Orleans. Winston to Godwin for 30 yards.

8. Week 15 in Detroit. Winston to receiver Scotty Miller for 33 yards.

7. Week 15 in Detroit. Winston to receiver Breshad Perriman for 34 yards.

6. Week 4 in Los Angeles. Defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh fumble recovery and 37-yard return.

5. Week 14 vs. Indianapolis. Winston to receiver Mike Evans for 61 yards.

4. Week 4 in Los Angeles. Winston to Evans for 67 yards.

3. Week 15 in Detroit. A 70-yard interception return by cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting.

2. Week 12 in Atlanta. Winston to Godwin for 71 yards.

1. Week 17 vs. Atlanta. A 91-yard fumble return by linebacker Devin White.

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