Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Washington Football Team on November 14, 2021

History: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Washington Football Team

All Time Head-to-Head Record (entering 2021 season): Washington Leads 11-10

Current Streak: Washington won the last two meetings

Most Recent Matchup: Washington wins, 16-3, in Tampa in 2018

Players and Coaches to Know:

Washington Football Team

o  Head Coach: Ron Rivera

o  Quarterback: Ryan Fitzpatrick

o  Other Notable Players: WR Terry McLaurin, RB Antonio Gibson, DE Chase Young, CB William Jackson

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

o Head Coach: Bruce Arians

o Quarterback: Tom Brady

o Other Notable Players: ILB Lavonte David, OLB Shaquil Barrett, WR Mike Evans, TE Rob Gronkowski

Washington Football Team 2020 Record: 7-9

Scoring Offense: 26th (20.9 points per game)

Total Offense: 30th (317.3 total yards per game)

Rushing Offense: 26th (100.7 rushing yards per game)

Passing Offense: 25th (216.6 passing yards per game)

Scoring Defense: 4th (20.6 points allowed per game)

Total Defense: 2nd (304.6 total yards allowed per game)

Rushing Defense: T-13th (112.8 rushing yards allowed per game)

Passing Defense: 2nd (191.8 passing yards allowed per game)

Turnover Margin: T-23rd (-4)

Football Team's 2021 Draft Class: LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky (Round 1, 19th overall), T Sam Cosmi, Texas (Round 2, 51st overall), CB Benjamin St.-Juste, Minnesota (Round 3, 74th overall), WR Dyami Brown, North Carolina (Round 3, 82nd overall), TE John Bates, Boise State (Round 4, 124th overall), S Darrick Forrest, Cincinnati (Round 5, 163rd overall), C Camaron Cheeseman, Michigan (Round 6, 225th overall), DE William Bradley-King, Baylor (Round 7, 240th overall), DE Shaka Toney, Penn State (Round 7, 246th overall), WR Dax Milne, Brigham Young (Round 7, 258th overall)

Key Veteran Additions: QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, CB William Jackson, WR Curtis Samuel, WR Adam Humphries, T Charles Leno, T Ereck Flowers

Notable Departures: DE Ryan Kerrigan, CB Ronald Darby, LB Kevin Pierre-Louis, T Morgan Moses, CB Fabian Moreau, TE Jordan Reed (retired), QB Alex Smith (retired)

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