For all you numbers nerds like me, here's a few quick stats to impress your friends with ahead of the Bucs' Week Seven matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
5,063 – Those are the total number of receiving yards Mike Evans has amassed since 2014. It's the most by any one player in Bucs' history after he passed Mark Carrier in the game against Atlanta for the record.
5 – The number of years Mike Evans has left on his contract with the Buccaneers to increase the above mentioned record.
17 – The number of touchdowns tight end Cameron Brate has since 2016. It's the most among NFL tight ends during that span.
23.9 – Wide receiver DeSean Jackson's yards-per-catch average. He leads all qualified receivers and ranks fifth in the NFL in receiving yards per game with 100.2.
2004 – The last time a player recorded a sack in four straight games during one season before defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul did it on Sunday.
5.0 – The number of sacks JPP has this season, tying him for 10th in the NFL with Cleveland's Myles Garrett.
51 – The number of yards on wide receiver Adam Humphries first catch of the day in Atlanta, which marked a career-long.
137.7 – The average number of rushing yards gained by the Cleveland offense per game this season. They'll be going up against the Bucs' fifth-ranked rushing defense this Sunday.
26.0 – The number of sacks allowed by the Cleveland Browns this season. It's the most of any team in the NFL.
+7 – Cleveland's turnover margin (meaning they've created seven more turnovers than they've given up) so far this season, which leads the league.