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Buccaneers record watch: Week 10

Which players have a chance to climb up in the franchise ranks this Sunday against Arizona?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Abbie Parr/Getty Images

After a five-game, six-week stretch away from Raymond James Stadium, the Buccaneers finally return home this Sunday to take on the Arizona Cardinals.

Tampa Bay, at 2-6, will try to start salvaging its 2019 season against a 3-5-1 Arizona team that had the league’s worst record a year ago. It’s Bruce Arians and Todd Bowles against their former team. It’s the 2015 No. 1 overall pick in Jameis Winston squaring off against the 2019 No. 1 overall pick in Kyler Murray. Plus, it’s the Bucs’ first home game since Sept. 22. Simply put, there’s a lot to look forward to.

But on top of all of that, several Bucs have a chance to inch their way closer to franchise history this Sunday. Let’s see where everything stands heading into Week 10.

Career Rushing Touchdowns

Peyton Barber enters Sunday’s game with 12 career rushing touchdowns, leaving him one away from tying LeGarrette Blount and Doug Williams (13) for 11th-most in team history.

Jameis Winston has nine rushing touchdowns in his career, which means he is five away from breaking Williams’ record for most rushing scores by a quarterback.

Career Receiving Touchdowns

Cameron Brate is stuck at 25 career touchdown catches, which ties him with Mike Williams for sixth-most in franchise history. He needs two more to tie Mark Carrier (27) for fifth.

Chris Godwin has 14 touchdown receptions in his career, meaning he’s two away from tying Reidel Anthony for 13th-most.

O.J. Howard’s 11 touchdown catches have him tied for 20th all-time. With one more, he ties Kellen Winslow (12) for 19th.

Career Touchdowns

With a touchdown catch last week in Seattle, Mike Evans now has 47 career touchdowns. He needs 25 more scores to break Mike Alstott’s franchise record (71).

Career Solo Tackles

With 678 career solo tackles, Lavonte David is three away from passing Hardy Nickerson (680) for third-most in franchise history.

Career Sacks

With a sack against the Seahawks last Sunday, Lavonte David has 22.5 in his career. That places him 14th all-time, and he now needs one more to pass Santana Dotson and Lee Roy Selmon (23) for 12th. Two more would help him move past Stylez G. White and Marcus Jones (24) for 10th.

*Note: Sacks did not become an official stat until 1982

Single-Season Sacks

Shaquil Barrett added half of a sack to his 2019 total last Sunday, giving him 10.5 through the season’s first half. He is 6.5 away from breaking Warren Sapp’s single-season record of 16.5, which was set in 2000.

*Note: Sacks did not become an official stat until 1982

Career Passes Defended

Lavonte David has 41 career passes defended, which ties him for seventh with Brent Grimes. One more ties him for sixth with John Lynch.

*Note: Passes defended did not become an official stat until 1999

Career Interceptions

With 11 interceptions in his career, Lavonte David is tied for 15th-most in Bucs history. One more ties him with Jeris White, Mark Robinson and Dwight Smith (12) for 12th.

Career Forced Fumbles

Lavonte David has 18 forced fumbles as a Buc, placing him third in franchise history. He needs one more to tie Simeon Rice (19) for second.

Career Games Played

If Demar Dotson suits up for Sunday’s game, it will be his 123rd as a Buccaneer, which will tie him with Gerald McCoy for 13th-most in franchise history.

Sunday will be Lavonte David’s 114th game with Tampa Bay, tying him with Scot Brantley for 21st all-time.