Several Buccaneers Break Records During Lions Game

Published by Cory Hays on

The Buccaneers went into Detroit and took care of business from the beginning. The team has now clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2007 after a 47-7 win. During the game, several records were broken.

The Buccaneers as a whole on offense account for 410 yards in the first half was the most in team history and the most in the league since 2010. The Buccaneers scored 34 points in the first half which was a franchise record as well.

QB Tom Brady broke the single-season touchdown record with 36 currently and counting. WR Mike Evans broke his previous record of 12 touchdown receptions in a single-season and now has 13 and counting.

Tampa Bay now sits at 10-5 and will host the Atlanta Falcons in the regular season finale next week. WR Mike Evans has six straight seasons of 1,000+ yards and is closing in on that once again. Will the Buccaneers help him get to 1,000 next week? We’ll see. The feeling of making the playoffs once again is amazing but the job isn’t done yet.

Featured Image Credit: Bob Donnan- USA Today Sports


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