Wed. Jun 12th, 2024
Tampa Bay Bucs v Indianapolis Colts
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Several reached milestones despite the loss.

Rachaad White led the Bucs with 110 yards from scrimmage, contributing a career-long 38-yard rush in the game. He carried the ball 15 times for 100 yards rushing – the second-highest single-game rushing total of his career. His 6.7 yards per attempt on Sunday marked his highest average in any game of his career. It was the first individual 100-yard rushing performance by a Tampa Bay player since White rushed for a career-best 105 yards on 11/13/22 vs. Seattle. He is also the first Tampa Bay rusher to average 6.5 yards per carry or better in a single game (min. 10 rush attempts) since Ronald Jones on 1/3/21 vs. Atlanta.

White has accumulated 75-or-more scrimmage yards seven times this season – tied for the second-most such games among running backs this season through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games. He trails only San Francisco’s Christian McCaffrey’s 10-such games in 2023.

Mike Evans hauled in his eighth and ninth receiving touchdowns of the season and the 89th and 90th of his NFL career. With his first touchdown in the game, Evans broke a tie with Don Maynard (88) for the 15th-most touchdown receptions in league history. Evans led the team with six receptions for 70 yards and two touchdowns.

Evans’ 91 total touchdowns in his career surpassed Leroy Kelly and Charley Taylor (90) and tied Davante Adams (active), Isaac Bruce, Tony Dorsett, Edgerrin James, Bobby Mitchell and Ricky Watters for the 32nd-most total touchdowns in NFL history.

Evans currently ranks second in the NFL in receiving touchdowns through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games, trailing only Miami’s Tyreek Hill (10).


Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) Rec. TD

1. Tyreek Hill (MIA) 10

2. Mike Evans (TB) 9

3. Courtland Sutton (DEN) 8

4. Five Players Tied 7

Evans now has 19 career games with multiple touchdown receptions – the second-most among all active NFL players. Sunday’s game marked Evans’ first multi-touchdown performance since January 1, 2023, vs. Carolina.


Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) Games

1. Davante Adams (LV) 22

2. Mike Evans (TB) 19

3. Jimmy Graham (NO) 17

4. Tyreek Hill (MIA) 14

5t. DeAndre Hopkins (TEN) 13

5t. Julio Jones (PHI) 13

Baker Mayfield completed 20-of-30 pass attempts for 199 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, earning a 93.6 passer rating. Mayfield has earned a passer rating of 90.0 or better in seven games this season – tied for the sixth-most such games in the NFL through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.

Carlton Davis III secured his first interception of the season and the eighth of his career. He recorded multiple passes defensed in the game for the 16th time in his career.

Davis III and Antoine Winfield Jr. tied for the team lead with 10 tackles each.

Calijah Kancey notched his seventh and eighth tackles for loss of the season, tying him for the most among rookies in that category this season.


Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) TFL

1t. Calijah Kancey (TB) 8

1t. Tuli Tuipulotu (LAC) 8

3t. Yaya Diaby (TB) 7

3t. Brian Branch (DET) 7

5. Will Anderson Jr. (HOU) 6

Kancey also recorded his third sack of the season, tying him for the seventh-most among rookies in 2023 through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.

Joe Tryon-Shoyinka picked up his fourth sack of the season, bringing his career total to 12.0 since entering the league in 2021.

Jake Camarda punted four times for 208 yards (52.0 avg.), pinning one inside the 20-yard line. Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games, Camarda ranks sixth in the NFL in yards per punt (50.1) and 10th In punts downed inside the 20-yard line (20).

Chase McLaughlin converted both of his field goal opportunities on Sunday, from 21 and 24 yards out. He is now 19-of-21 on field goals this season and ranks tied for eighth among kickers with at least 20 attempts in field goal percentage (90.5%).

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