NS Buccaneers The 2021 season began last Thursday night by sticking to the winning path, although it didn’t perform quite well on the way to the 31-29 victory over the Cowboys. Nevertheless, the team was 1-0 and won nine consecutive games dating back to last season.
Tampa Bay stays home for the second week hosting division rivals Atlanta Falcons (0-1) At Raymond James Stadium on Sunday afternoon. With longtime defense coordinator Montekifin taking over as the franchise’s Ring of Honor in half-time, it will be a special opportunity beyond the game.Of course, Kiffin knows enough about making history, given that he was in charge of the Bucks legend. Bouncy ball Defense featuring Derrick Brooks, Warren Sapp, Ronde Barber, Simeon Rice, John Lynch and more.
History will be celebrated with half-time Kiffin’s guidance, but Sunday games will have players who can continue to work towards the history of the team and league throughout the afternoon. Let’s take a look at the position of these men heading for the match against Atlanta on Sunday.
** All statistics and records are from Pro-Football Reference unless otherwise stated. ** **
Career pass yard
Tom Brady is up to 10th on Bucc’s past passyard list at 5,012. With an additional 141 on Sunday, he will pass Jeff Garcia (5,152) in 9th place. He is 1,083 away from passing Craig Ericsson (6,094) in 8th place.
Career path touchdown
There were four pass touchdowns to the Cowboys last Thursday, and Brady now has 44 as Buc. This is the eighth best thing in history, 18 away from passing Steve DeBerg (61) in 7th place.
Brady now has 433 completions in his time as Buc, putting him 11th on the best leaderboard ever. An additional 21 is needed to pass Jeff Garcia (453) in 10th place, while an additional 23 will pass Brian Griese (455) in 9th place. He is 41 from taking 8th place from Craig Ericsson (473).
Career path attempt
Brady tried 660 passes in his 11th largest career in Tampa Bay in franchise history. In 35 more trials, he passed Brian Griese (694) in 10th place and beat Jeff Garcia (703) in 9th place in 44 more trials.
Carrier lashing yard
Ronald Jones II has 1,760 rushyards in his career, 86 away from passing Jerry Eckwood (1,845), the 13th most in Bucks history.
Carrier Rush Touch Down
Jones is stuck in 14 career rush touchdowns. In other words, it takes one more time to connect Arnist Graham, Peyton Barber and Lars Tate (15), the ninth most in the team’s history.
Career rush attempt
Last week he carried only four and Jones’ career was 391. He needs an additional 36 to pass Le Garrette Blount (426), the 13th most popular franchise in history.
After a 105-yard performance in the first week, Chris Godwin will receive up to 3,645 yards in his career. We need an additional 184 to get ahead of Key Shawn Johnson (3,828), the seventh highest in team history.
Cameron Brate is 17th on the franchise’s best-ever receive yard leaderboard. He has 2,438 and is 267 yards away from taking 16th place from Warrick Dunn (2,704).
Carrier receiving touchdown
Bretschneider’s 29 careers with touchdowns are enough to finish fourth on Bucks’ best-ever leaderboard. He is three away from taking third place from Kevin House (31).
Last week, Godwin caught his 25th touchdown as Buc and recorded his 7th touchdown with Mike Williams. He needs two more to tie Mark Carrier (27) in 6th place.
OJ Howard’s 14 career touchdown catches put him in 15th place in team history. Two more are needed to connect Leidel Anthony (16) in 14th place.
Godwin has 253 career catches. This means 16 places away from passing the late Vincent Jackson (268) in 10th place in franchise history.
Brate has 223 catches as Buc, leaving 16 behind Gerald Carter (239), the 13th most in history.
Carrier touchdown (total)
Mike Evans has a total of 62 touchdowns in his career. He needs another 10 to get a franchise record from Mike Alstott (71).
Career solo tackle
Labonte David has 811 solo tackles in his career, which is the third best in Bucks history. He is 234 away from the second pass through Ronde Barber (1,044).
With a total of 11 tackles last week, David currently has 1,018 careers. This means he is 11 away from passing Hardy Nickerson (1,028) in 3rd place on the team’s previous tackle list. (Bucs Communications)
Carrier sack *
According to the 2021 Buccaneers Media Guide, Jason Pierre Paul’s 30.5 sack as a Buc is the eighth best fit in team history. You need three more to pass Brad Culpepper (33) in 7th place.
In the first week’s Dak Prescott bag, Shaquil Barrett currently has 28.5 for his Buccane career. This puts Ronde Barber (28) in 9th place and Pierre Paul in 2nd and 8th place.
Labonte David is stuck in 24 career sack. So I’m still looking for the 2.5 I need to pass Greg Spires (26) and tie Broderick Thomas (26.5) in 11th place.
* Sack was not official statistics until 1982.
Career path defense *
David recorded his 52nd career path last week. This means it’s the team’s best leaderboard ever, and it only takes three days to pass Akib Talib (54) in fifth place.
* Defended paths were not official statistics until 1999.
David’s 12 career intercepts are the 12th most successful in Bucks history, with Mark Robinson, Jeris White and Dwight Smith. He occupies 12th place with another one.
Carrier forced fumble
David and Derrick Brooks are the most compulsory fumbles in team history, tying 24. The current Tampa Bay Captain needs another to own his franchise record.
Career punt down within 20 yard line
Bradley Pinion defeated three punts inside the 20-yard line against the Cowboys. 41 in his Buccaneer career, the 10th most in team history. He needs eight more to pass Dave Green (48) in 9th place.
Career game played
Labonte David will play his 139th career game on Sunday. This puts us one step away from connecting Warren Sapp (140), the ninth most in team history.
Sunday will be the 121st match against William Goldston’s Bucks, marking the 17th most match in franchise history with Chidi Ahanoz, Jimmy Giles and Lee Roy Selmon.
Sunday marks David’s 139th career start, bringing him closer to fourth with the team’s greatest leaderboard ever. The spot is currently held by Tony Mayberry (145).
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Touchdown connection (regular season)
Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski linked to two touchdowns in the opening round last week. With a second score, they passed Steve Young and Jerry Rice (85) in the third most regular season touchdown connection in NFL history.Currently 86 years old, Tampa Bay Duo needs four more to pass Philip Rivers Antonio Gates (89) is the second most common in history.
Touchdown connection (including postseason)
Brady and Gronkowski are currently connected to 100 career touchdowns, including the postseason. This is the second best thing in league history, with only 14 records for Peyton Manning and Marvin Harrison (114).
A game that goes through 3 or more touchdowns
Last week, Brady put together his 94th career game with more than three pass touchdowns. This is already good for the second-most player in NFL history, and only four more are needed to set the record for Drew Brees (97).
Antonio Brown raised 121 yards in the opening round of 2021 last Thursday night, giving his career 11,867. He is currently 29th on the NFL’s previous receive yard list and needs an additional 38 yards to pass Michael Irvin (11,904) in 28th place. With an additional 195 yards, he is 27th from Derrick Mason (12,061).
Carrier receiving yards at tight end
Rob Gronkowski has 8,574 receiving yards in his career, 110 away from passing Greg Olsen (8,683) at the fifth tight-end receiving yard in NFL history.
Carrier receiving touchdown
Rob Gronkowski has now received 88 touchdowns in his career, setting the 13th most record with Don Maynard. With three more, he ties Isaac Bruce (91) in 12th place.
Brown recorded his 80th career touchdown last week and was ranked in the top 30 on the NFL’s best-ever leaderboard. Another, he tied Art Powell and Steve Smith (81) in 28th place, and two more tied with Ankwan Boldin, Jimmy Graham and Reggie Wayne (82) in 25th place.
30 or more consecutive wins
Buccane has won nine games in a row, scoring more than 30 points in the last eight games of these wins. It connected them with the 2007 and 2010 patriots, resulting in the longest such streak in NFL history. If they win on Sunday and score more than 30 points in doing so, they own the league record.
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