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Jameis Winston's five touchdowns tying records against the Eagles

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Jameis Winston is having the best game of his career, and he's setting records today.

The rookie quarterback's five touchdowns today tie an NFL-rookie record for single-game passing touchdowns, set by Matt Stafford in 2009. The five touchdowns also tie a Bucs franchise record, shared with Steve DeBerg, Josh Freeman and Brad Johnson. One more passing touchdown, and Winston will have broken both of those records.

Perhaps most impressive is the fact that his five touchdowns came to five different receivers: Mike Evans, Russell Shepard, Vincent Jackson, Charles Sims and Cameron Brate all got in on the action. He has plenty of targets left for a potential sixth touchdown to seal the impending victory.

Winston's performance is highly impressive even outside those five touchdowns, though. He's completed 18 of 24 passes for 227 yards with no turnovers and just one sack. He's getting solid protection out of his offensive line, adjusting well to pressure when he feels it, and looks like a top-notch NFL quarterback today.