TAMPA — Here's a by-the-numbers look at the Bucs' 26-23 overtime win against the Browns on Sunday:
Bucs' lead at the start of the fourth quarter.
Games, entering Sunday, in which the Bucs had a lead of at least 14 points at the start of the fourth quarter. They won 67 of those games (lost in 1987 and 2003).
Bucs' winning streak, entering Sunday, in games in which they had a lead of at least 14 points at the start of the fourth quarter.
Bucs' turnover margin Sunday. Jameis Winston threw two interceptions and lost a fumble. Tight end Cameron Brate also lost a fumble. Jabrill Peppers lost a fumble for the Browns.
Bucs' all-time record, entering Sunday, in games in which they had a turnover margin of minus-3 or worse. They won in 1999, 2005 and 2008.
Browns' all-time record, entering Sunday, in games in which they had a turnover margin of plus-3 or better.
Games in which Jameis Winston has thrown multiple interceptions in a game, tying him with Blake Bortles of the Jaguars for most in the NFL. The Bucs are now 3-12 in those games.
Bucs' record, entering Sunday, in games against former Heisman Trophy winning quarterbacks since 2015, the year they drafted Winston. Winston won the trophy in 2013; Baker Mayfield won it in 2017.
Bucs' rushing touchdowns Sunday, one by DeSean Jackson, one by Winston and one by Ronald Jones. It was the first time Tampa Bay had three rushing touchdowns since November 2012 against the Raiders. Jackson's score was his first since 2010, Winston's score was his first of the season and Jones' was the first of his career.
Points the Bucs allowed Sunday. The Bucs had been allowing 34.6 points per game, the NFL's highest average.
Bucs' record, entering Sunday, in games in which they have allowed 23 or fewer points (since 2015).
Bucs' record in games in which they have allowed 24 or more points (since 2015).
Consecutive games in which defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has recorded a sack. That's the fourth time in Bucs history a player has done that.
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