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Denver Broncos-Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breaking down the Bucs' 27-7 loss by the numbers

Bucs Vincent Jackson (83) can't catch a pass from Jameis Winston in the 3rd qtr as Bronco's Chris Harris Jr. (25) defends. [JIM DAMASKE   |   Times]

Bucs Vincent Jackson (83) can't catch a pass from Jameis Winston in the 3rd qtr as Bronco's Chris Harris Jr. (25) defends. [JIM DAMASKE | Times]

A by-the-numbers look at the Bucs' 27-7 loss to the Broncos:

17-41

Bucs' record at home since the Glazers fired Jon Gruden as coach after the 2008 season. Tampa Bay has lost 15 of its past 18 at home.

5-10

Bucs' record at home in late-afternoon games against teams in the AFC West and NFC West. Two of those wins occurred when the Falcons were in the NFC West.

3

Bucs' turnovers in the first half. The Broncos had zero.

31-190

Bucs' record in games in which they've had at least three turnovers. That's a .140 winning percentage.

1.8

Average yards the Bucs gained per first-down play through the first three quarters. The Broncos went into the game allowing 3.9 yards per first-down play, the second-best mark in the league.

0

Bucs first downs in the third quarter. The Broncos had seven.

16

Broncos hits on QB Jameis Winston. He was sacked five times.

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Denver Broncos-Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Breaking down the Bucs' 27-7 loss by the numbers 10/02/16 [Last modified: Sunday, October 2, 2016 11:26pm]
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