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Breaking down Bucs' 43-28 loss to Falcons by the numbers

Julio Jones and the Falcons ended a three-game losing streak to the Bucs. [CHARLIE KAIJO | Times]

Julio Jones and the Falcons ended a three-game losing streak to the Bucs. [CHARLIE KAIJO | Times]

A by-the-numbers look at the Bucs' 43-28 loss to the Falcons on Thursday Night Football:

1,106

Receiving yards for Julio Jones against Bucs in 10 career games; the most he has against any other opponent is 883 (Panthers).

13.9

Yards gained per catch for Jones on Thursday. He caught eight passes for 111 yards and a TD. He came in averaging 20 yards per catch, the most in his career.

144.7

Passer rating for Matt Ryan against Bucs on Thursday, his best of the season. A perfect rating is 158.3.

135.0

Passer rating for Ryan when targeting Jones.

12

Times the Bucs have allowed a QB to throw for 300 yards and four TDs in a game. Derek Carr (513 yards and four TDs) and Ryan (344 yards and four TDs) have done so in back-to-back games.

13

Consecutive losses for Bucs when they trail by six or more at halftime. They've lost 36 of their past 37. Last time they overcame a six-point halftime deficit and won: September 2014 vs. Steelers.

6

Consecutive losses for Bucs at home.

4

Consecutive losses for Bucs on Thursday Night Football; 2-6 all time on Thursday.

11

Bucs penalties, the most they've committed in a single game this season. The fouls cost them 85 yards, also a season high.

Contact Thomas Bassinger at tbassinger@tampabay.com. Follow @tometrics.

Breaking down Bucs' 43-28 loss to Falcons by the numbers 11/04/16 [Last modified: Thursday, November 10, 2016 12:40am]
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