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Buccaneers record watch: Week 11

More history was made last week. Will we see anyone else climb in the franchise’s record book this Sunday against the Saints?

NFL: NOV 10 Cardinals at Buccaneers Photo by Mary Holt/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Buccaneers finally got back in the win column last Sunday, beating the Cardinals 30-27 at Raymond James Stadium. This week, they remain at home with a chance to win back-to-back games for the first time this season. They failed in their previous two tries, falling to the Giants after a win over the Panthers and dropping a game to the Saints after beating the Rams.

Can they flip the script this week when New Orleans rolls into town for the second leg of the season series between the two? The Bucs have split the series with the Saints in each of the last four seasons, but to keep that streak going, they’ll need the young secondary to step up and the offense to put up a lot of points. Do that, and they could be looking at a 4-6 record through 10 games.

On the individual side of things, there are some guys who continue to climb their way up the franchise’s record book. Let’s see where things stand heading into Sunday’s Week 11 matchup against the Saints.

Career Rushing Touchdowns

With his game-winning touchdown run against Arizona last week, Peyton Barber now has 13 rushing scores in his career. That ties him with LeGarrette Blount and Doug Williams for 11th-most in team history. He now needs two more to tie Lars Tate and Earnest Graham (15) for ninth-most.

Career Receiving Touchdowns

Cameron Brate has 25 touchdown catches in his career, leaving him two away from tying Mark Carrier (27) for fifth in Bucs history.

Chris Godwin is tied for 14th all-time with 14 career touchdown receptions. He needs two more to tie Reidel Anthony (16) for 13th.

With his first touchdown of the 2019 season last week, O.J. Howard tied Kellen Winslow for 19th in franchise history. With one more, he pulls into a tie for 17th with Courtney Hawkins and Mike Alstott (13).

Career Touchdowns

Mike Evans is still at 47 career touchdowns, which has him 25 short of breaking Mike Alstott’s team record (71).

Career Solo Tackles

In the Week 10 win over the Cardinals, Lavonte David passed Hardy Nickerson for third all-time in solo tackles. He now sits at 685 in his career, which means he needs 344 more to pass Ronde Barber (1,028) for second.

Career Sacks*

Lavonte David’s sack in Week 10 brought his career total to 22.5, which ranks him 14th in franchise history. He is one away from passing Santana Dotson and Lee Roy Selmon (23) for 12th and two away from taking 10th from Stylez G. White and Marcus Jones (24).

*Sacks did not become an official stat until 1982.

Single-Season Sacks*

Shaquil Barrett is up to 11.5 sacks this season, so he needs 5.5 more to break Warren Sapp’s single-season record of 16.5 (set in 2000).

*Sacks did not become an official stat until 1982.

Career Passes Defended*

With 41 career passes defended, Lavonte David is tied with Brent Grimes for seventh-most. One more ties him with John Lynch (42) for sixth.

Career Interceptions

Lavonte David’s 11 interceptions tie him for 15th all-time. One more ties him with Dwight Smith, Mark Robinson and Jeris White (12) for 12th.

Career Forced Fumbles

Last week, Lavonte David tied Simeon Rice for second in Bucs history with his 19th forced fumble. Six more breaks Derrick Brooks’ record of 24.

Career Games Played

Sunday will be Demar Dotson’s 124th career game, which officially puts him past Gerald McCoy for 13th-most in team history.

Lavonte David is set to suit up for his 115th game as a Buc, which ties him with Karl “The Truth” Williams for 20th-most.