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Notes and stats from the Buccaneers 34-20 win over the Packers

Lots of achievements from this one.

Syndication: Green Bay Press-Gazette Tork Mason / USA TODAY NETWORK

- Baker Mayfield earned a perfect 158.3 passer rating on Sunday, completing 22-of-28 passes for 381 yards and four touchdowns, with no interceptions, becoming the first visiting player to record a perfect passer rating at Lambeau Field. It was Mayfield’s first career performance with a perfect passer rating.

- Per the Elias Sports Bureau, Mayfield is the third player in league history with 375+ passing yards, 4+ touchdown passes and a 158.3 passer rating in a road game, joining Nick Foles (11/3/13 at Oakland) and Ken O’Brien (11/2/86 at Seattle). He became the first visiting passer since Kirk Cousins on Sept. 16, 2018 with 375+ passing yards and four-or-more touchdowns at Lambeau Field.

- Mayfield is 1-of-5 quarterbacks this season to put forth a game with 375+ passing yards and four-or-more touchdowns. No quarterback has done it twice.

- Chris Godwin led the team with season highs in both receptions (10) and receiving yards (155). Godwin surpassed the 60-catch milestone for the fifth consecutive season. He is 1-of-8 players with 60-or-more receptions in each of the past five seasons (2019-23).

- Godwin put forth the 20th 100-yard receiving performance of his regular season career and his 21st including playoffs. He had seven receptions for 108 yards in the first half alone, marking the fourth-highest total he has tallied in a single half of his career.

- Godwin’s 155 receiving yards are the third-most he has recorded in any regular season game of his career. Sunday’s performance marked his fourth career game with 150+ receiving yards and his sixth career game with 10+ receptions.

- In his last two appearances at Lambeau Field – dating back to the 2020 NFC Championship Game – Godwin has a combined 15 receptions for 265 receiving yards (132.5 receiving yards per game).

- Mike Evans contributed four receptions for 57 yards and one touchdown.

- With his touchdown, Evans tied Davante Adams and Rob Gronkowski (92) for the 12th-most touchdown receptions in NFL history. His touchdown also marked the 93rd overall touchdown of his career, tying Gronkowski and Jim Taylor (93) for the 30th-most total touchdowns in league history.

- Evans’ 11 receiving touchdowns in 2023 are tied with Mike Williams (11 in 2010) for the fifth-most in a single season in franchise history.

SINGLE-SEASON TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION LEADERS – FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player (Season) Rec. TD

1. Mike Evans (2021) 14

2. Mike Evans (2020) 13

3t. Mike Evans (2014) 12

3t. Mike Evans (2016) 12

5t. Mike Evans (2023) 11

5t. Mike Williams (2010) 11

- Rachaad White turned in his seventh touchdown in as many weeks, finishing with 139 scrimmage yards (89 rushing, 50 receiving). He has gone over 100 scrimmage yards in four consecutive games – tied for the second-longest active streak in the NFL through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.

SCRIMMAGE TOUCHDOWN LEADERS – SINCE WEEK 9

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) Scrim. TD

1. Raheem Mostert (MIA) 8

2t. Rachaad White (TB) 7

2t. Derrick Henry (TEN) 7

2t. Joe Mixon (CIN) 7

2t. Deebo Samuel (SF) 8

- White joined Warrick Dunn as the only players in team history with 1,000+ rushing yards and 750+ receiving yards over the player’s first two career seasons. In addition, he became the eighth player in team history with 2,000+ scrimmage yards over the player’s first two career seasons.

- Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games White ranks second among running backs in scrimmage yards this season.

YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE LEADERS AMONG RBs – 2023 SEASON

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) Scrim. Yds

1. Christian McCaffrey (SF) 1,663

2. Rachaad White (TB) 1,344

3. James Cook (BUF) 1,274

4. Travis Etienne (JAC) 1,250

5. Raheem Mostert (MIA) 1,185

- White’s seven games with 100-or-more scrimmage yards this season are tied for the second-most in the NFL through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.

MOST GAMES WITH 100+ SCRIMMAGE YARDS AMONG RBs – 2023 SEASON

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) Games

1. Christian McCaffrey (SF) 10

2t. Rachaad White (TB) 7

2t. James Cook (BUF) 7

4t. Derrick Henry (TEN) 6

4t. Alvin Kamara (NO) 6

4t. Kyren Williams (LAR) 6

- WR David Moore added two receptions for 68 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown reception to put the Buccaneers up two scores in the fourth quarter. It was Moore’s first touchdown reception with Tampa Bay and the 14th of his career.

- On his first reception of the season, Ko Kieftrecorded his second career touchdown grab.

- Finishing with nine tackles (two for loss), 0.5 sacks and one pass defensed on Sunday, Lavonte Davidreached the 100-tackle milestone for the 10th time in his career, joining London Fletcher (14) and Bobby Wagner (11) as the only players to accomplish that feat since 2000.

MOST 100-TACKLE SEASONS SINCE 2000

Rank Player Seasons

1. London Fletcher 14

2. Bobby Wagner 11

3. Lavonte David 10

4t. Keith Brooking 9

4t. Ray Lewis 9

4t. Brian Urlacher 9

- David also notched his fourth career season with 100+ tackles and 15-or-more tackles for loss. No other player has more than two-such seasons since tackles for loss became regularly tracked in 2006.

- Antoine Winfield Jr. led the team with 10 tackles, adding a forced fumble. The forced fumble was his fifth of the season and the 10th of his career in the regular season. His five forced fumbles are tied for second in the NFL through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games. He is 1-of-6 defensive backs since 2000 with 10-or-more forced fumbles over the player’s first four career seasons.

FORCED FUMBLE LEADERS – 2023 SEASON

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) FF

1. Bradley Chubb (MIA) 6

2t. Antoine Winfield Jr. (TB) 5

2t. Khalil Mack (LAC) 5

2t. Trent McDuffie (KC) 5

5t. Many Players Tied 4

DEFENSIVE BACK FORCED FUMBLE LEADERS – SINCE 2020

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) FF

1t. Antoine Winfield Jr. (TB) 10

1t. Marlon Humphrey (BAL) 10

3t. Vonn Bell (CAR) 8

3t. Josh Norman (BUF) 8

5. Terrance Mitchell (SF) 7

- Winfield Jr. and T.J. Watt are the only players since 2020 with 10+ forced fumbles and 10+ takeaways (interceptions + fumble recoveries).

- Shaquil Barrett tallied a half-sack and a forced fumble on Sunday, bringing his career totals to 59.0 sacks and 22 forced fumbles.

- Since joining Tampa Bay in 2019, Barrett’s 15 strip sacks are the most in the NFL.

STRIP SACK LEADERS – SINCE 2019

Through Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET Games

Rank Player (Team) SS

1. Shaquil Barrett (TB) 15

2t. Myles Garrett (CLE) 13

2t. Haason Reddick (PHI) 13

2t. T.J. Watt (PIT) 13

5. Chandler Jones 12

- Chase McLaughlin converted both of his field goal attempts in the game (39 and 46 yards). He is now 23-of-25 (92.0%) in 2023 – tied for the seventh-highest field goal percentage this season among kickers with at least 25 attempts through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.

- Jake Camarda punted just one time on Sunday, launching it 65 yards and pinning it at the 4-yard line for Tampa Bay. His 15 punts of 60+ yards this season are tied for the most in the NFL through Sunday’s 1 p.m. games.