MOST RECEIVING YARDS - (Team History)
Rank Player Yards
1. WR Mark Carrier, 1987-92 5,018
2. WR Kevin House, 1980-86 4,928
3. TE Jimmie Giles, 1978-86 4,300
4. WR Joey Galloway, 2004-08 3,912
5. WR Keyshawn Johnson, 2000-03 3,828
6. RB James Wilder, 1981-89 3,492
7. WR Gerald Carter, 1981-87 3,443
8. WR Vincent Jackson, 2012-Pres. 2,952
9. WR Mike Williams, 2010-13 2,947
10. WR Bruce Hill, 1987-91 2,942
- At the end of the half, Baltimore attempted a 64-yard field goal that was blocked by Tampa Bay DE William Gholston. It is the first blocked field goal by the Buccaneers since Corey Lynch in the 2009 season (vs. Atlanta, 1/3/10). The blocked field goal is the first of Gholston’s career.
- In the third quarter of today’s game, the Buccaneers put together their longest scoring drive of the season, going 92 yards in seven plays, ending with a 17-yard touchdown reception to WR Mike Evans.
- Evans has caught touchdowns in his last two games played, becoming the first rookie wide receiver to record consecutive games with a touchdown reception since Mike Williams (12/19/10 vs. Detroit-1/2/11 at New Orleans).
- WR Louis Murphy caught his second touchdown of the season in the fourth quarter of today’s game, a three-yard reception from QB Mike Glennon. Murphy has now caught a touchdown in consecutive games (one at New Orleans, 10/5/14).
- Murphy set a career high with seven receptions, leading all receivers in today’s game. Murphy also had 72 yards and one touchdown.
- QB Mike Glennon finished today’s game going 24-of-44 for 314 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception. Glennon has now thrown at least two touchdowns in three straight starts, becoming the first Buccaneers quarterback to do so since Josh Freeman (six consecutive games, 10/14/12 vs. Kansas City-11/18/12 at Carolina). It also marks Glennon’s second 300-yard passing game this season and the second of his career.
- Glennon’s two passing touchdowns today give him 26 in his career, tied for the ninth-most in franchise history
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - (Team History)
Rank Player TDs
1. Josh Freeman, 2009-13 80
2. Vinny Testaverde, 1987-92 77
3. Doug Williams, 1978-82 73
4. Trent Dilfer, 1994-99 70
5. Brad Johnson, 2001-04 64
6. Steve DeBerg, 1984-93 61
7. Craig Erickson, 1992-94 34
8. Brian Griese, 2004-08 32
9. Mike Glennon, 2013-Pres. 26
9. Shaun King, 1999-2003 26
- RB Doug Martin finished today’s game with 45 rushing yards, bringing his career total to 2,049 yards, all with the Buccaneers, which stands as the ninth-most in team history.
MOST RUSHING YARDS - (Team History)
Rank Player Yards
1. RB James Wilder, 1981-89 5,957
2. FB Mike Alstott, 1996-2006 5,088
3. RB Warrick Dunn, 1997-2001, 2008 4,986
4. RB Carnell Williams, 2005-10 3,677
5. RB Michael Pittman, 2002-07 3,362
6. RB Reggie Cobb, 1990-93 3,061
7. RB Ricky Bell, 1977-81 3,057
8. RB Errict Rhett, 1994-97 2,853
9. RB Doug Martin, 2012-Pres. 2,049
10. RB/FB Earnest Graham, 2004-11 2,047
- LB Lavonte David finished today’s game with 14 tackles, including 10 solo tackles, to lead all defenders. It is David’s second consecutive game with 14 tackles. He entered today’s contest with the most solo tackles in the NFL and the fourth-most total tackles.
- On the Buccaneers’ first possession of the second half, the team drove 51 yards, setting up a 47-yard field goal for K Patrick Murray, who connected.
- CB Crezdon Butler made the first start of his career in today’s game, tallying two tackles and a pass defensed.
- WR Robert Herron caught a career-long 16-yard reception and finished the game with a career-best 31 receiving yards.
- Prior to today’s game, the Buccaneers hosted the second annual Treasure Chests 5K Run/Walk & Corporate Challenge. The winners of today’s Treasure Chests Run/Walk 5K & Corporate Challenge are:
1st Overall Male: Ben Schulcbier
1st Overall Female: Jackie Watchel*
1st Overall Grand Master’s (50+) Male: E.D. Bickley
1st Overall Grand Master’s (50+) Female: Karen Culbreth
- The flags at Raymond James were flown at half-staff in honor of National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service. October 5-11 stands as Fire Prevention Week.
- Today’s attendance: 69,041