During Sunday’s 38-10 win over the Green Bay Packers, the Bucs overcame a 10-point deficit early in the second quarter to score 28 unanswered points before the half. The 28 points accumulated by the Buccaneers in that single quarter are the most in the team’s history! – Greg Auman. There have been 19 games in which a team has overcome a deficit of at least 10 points to win this season tied with the 2011 (19 games) and 1987 (19) seasons for the most such games through Week 6 in NFL history.
Tom Brady’s touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski marks their 91st touchdown connection, surpassing Phillip Rivers and Antonio Gates 90 Touchdown connections, placing them for the third-most touchdowns by a quarterback pairing in NFL history! Only Manning/ Harrison, 114, and Young/Rice, 92, have more.
Ronald Jones hands in his 3rd consecutive 100-yard game, which makes him just the 4th Buccaneers running back to do so. Doug Martin did it in 2015, Caddy did it in 2005, and Wilder did it in 1984-85. Additionally, his two rushing and his 2 receiving touchdowns on Sunday mark the first time has accomplished either feat in his NFL career.
Devin White records the fourth Buccaneers sack of the day, his first of the year. The four sacks by the Buccaneers defense today are more than the Packers had allowed in their first four games of the season combined (3.0).
Tyler Johnson scores his first receiving touchdown of his NFL career with a 7-yard go ahead.
Jamel dean records his third career interception on Sunday and his first pick six of his NFL career.
Mike Edwards records his second career interception, both recorded in 2020.
Source: The National Football League and Buccaneers Communications