215 – Receiving yards on Sunday from WRs Mike Williams and Vincent Jackson. Williams caught four balls during the game for 115 yards, while Jackson hauled in six passes for 100 yards. Williams caught a deep pass from QB Josh Freeman and weaved his way up-field for a gain of 65 yards, the longest play of his career. Jackson also was on the receiving end of a 50+ yard pass play. For the first time since 1992, two Buccaneer receivers ecliped 100 yards in the same game.
154 – Total yardage of K Connor Barth’s three field goals against the Redskins. Connor Barth kept his run alive in exciting fashion, bringing his Buccaneer-record consecutive streak to 25. He connected from 50, 57 and 47 yards out during the game. Barth hasn’t missed a field goal in nearly one full calendar year.
1 & 3 – The rankings of LB Lavonte David and S Mark Barron, respectively, for combined (solo and assisted) tackles by a rookie so far this season. Following the Week Four game, David has 33 combined tackles while Mark Barron has been in on 27 of his own. They also rank first and second for rookies in the solo tackles category.
18% – Third down efficiency of the visiting Washington Redskins. The Redskins converted on just two of their 11 third downs during the game. The Buccaneers defense forced six punts and three missed field goals on Sunday afternoon. Tampa Bay’s defense ranks fourth in the NFL, allowing opponents to convert just 28.0% of their third downs through four games.
299 – Passing yards by QB Josh Freeman, more than double the yardage number that he produced in both Week One against Carolina and Week Three in Dallas. Freeman saw his highest number of completions and attempts (24 of 39). These numbers are promising, as it seems the offense, more specifically the passing game, is beginning to gel going into the bye week.