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By the numbers: Breaking down Bucs' win over Seahawks

A by-the-numbers look at the Bucs' 14-5 win over the Seahawks:


Seahawks losses this season when they've allowed 14 or fewer points. From 2013-15, they were 24-0 when allowing 14 or fewer points.


Times in Bucs history they've allowed five or fewer points in a game. The last time was November 2010, a 21-0 win over the 49ers.


Quarterback rating for Seattle's Russell Wilson, his lowest since he recorded 38.7 on Oct. 18, 2012, the seventh game of his career.


Last time the Bucs held an opposing quarterback to a rating under 40. In a 27-6 loss, the Bills' EJ Manuel threw four interceptions and earned a 31.2 rating.


Sacks by the Bucs defense. The team record for a game is 10, set in 1979.


Times the Bucs have recorded six sacks in a game.


Percentage of third downs the Seahawks converted (1-of-11). They failed to convert their first 10.


Times in the past 10 seasons the Bucs have held an opponent to a third-down conversion rate below 10 percent.


Punts by Tampa Bay's Bryan Anger that the Bucs downed inside the 20-yard line.

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By the numbers: Breaking down Bucs' win over Seahawks 11/27/16 [Last modified: Monday, November 28, 2016 7:45pm]
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