Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers on November 23, 2020

Los Angeles Rams vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The last time the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Los Angeles Rams took the field together, the scoreboard operator had difficulty keeping up. Tampa Bay's first trip to Los Angeles in 26 years was worth the wait, as the result was the highest-scoring game in franchise history – both in terms of the Bucs' points and the overall score – and one of the most rousing wins of 2019. Chris Godwin and Mike Evans combined for 261 yards and three touchdowns and former Ram Ndamukong Suh clinched it with a fumble-return touchdown.

Depending upon how well a couple of prominent Rams rookies fare in the shoes of the departed Todd Gurley and Brandin Cooks, and how quickly the Buccaneers loaded-on-paper offense jells into a dangerous unit, the rematch a year later could be just as explosive.

WEEK 11 • MON 11/23 • 8:15 PM EST

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0 - 1

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History: Los Angeles Rams vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

All Time Record (entering 2020 season): 9-14

Streaks: Bucs won last meeting

Most Recent Matchup: Bucs won in Los Angeles, 55-40

Players and Coaches to Know:

Los Angeles Rams

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Los Angeles Rams 2019 Record: 9-7

Scoring Offense: 11th (24.6 points per game)

Total Offense: 7th (374.9 yards per game)

Rushing Offense: 26th (93.7 yards per game)

Passing Offense: 4th (281.2 yards per game)

Scoring Defense: 17th (22.8 points per game)

Total Defense: 13th (339.6 yards per game)

Rushing Defense: 19th (113.1 yards per game)

Passing Defense: 11th (226.6 yards per game)

Turnover Margin: t-15th (0)

Rams' 2020 Draft Class: RB Cam Akers (Round 2, 52nd overall), WR Van Jefferson (Round 2, 57th overall), DE Terrell Lewis (Round 3, 84th overall), S Terrell Burgess (Round 3, 104th overall), TE Brycen Hopkins (Round 4, 136th overall), S Jordan Fuller (Round 6, 199th overall), LB Clay Johnston (Round 7, 234th overall), K Sam Sloman (Round 7, 248th overall), G Tremayne Anchrum (Round 7, 250th overall)

Key Veteran Additions: OLB Leonard Floyd (FA), DT A'Shawn Robinson (UFA)

Notable Departures: RB Todd Gurley (Released), WR Brandin Cooks (T-HOU), LB Cory Littleton (UFA), LB Clay Matthews (Released), OLB Dante Fowler (UFA), CB Nickell Robey-Coleman (UFA), K Greg Zuerlein (UFA)

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