Buccaneers will move to 6-5
November 27, 2015
On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will travel to Lucas Oil Stadium to play the Indianapolis Colts. The Buccaneers just smashed Mark Sanchez and the Eagles 45-17. Jameis Winston threw FIVE touchdowns and Doug Martin rushed for over 200 yards. Tampa Bay is now at 5-5, and is in third place in NFC South. The Colts just came over a victory the Atlanta Falcons, 24-21 with Ahmad Bradshaw getting a piece of the action. They are 5-5 and are first in AFC South.
The Buccaneers are led by a rookie out of Florida State, Jameis Winston. Winston has thrown for 2405 yards, completing 183 out of 314 passes. He has 15 touchdowns on the season.
Doug Martin leads the team in rushing. Martin has amassed 941 yards on the season, carrying the ball 188 times. He is averaging five yards per carry and has 3 touchdowns on the season.
Former Texas A&M wide-out, Mike Evans, leads Tampa Bay in receiving. Evans has caught 44 catches this season for 725 yards. He is averaging 16.5 yards per catch and has two touchdowns this season.
Andrew Luck leads the Colts in passing, completing 162 out of 293 passes for 1881 yards. He has 15 touchdowns on the season.
Former 49ers running back (and they sure are missing him), Frank Gore, has carried the ball 162 times this year, and has 633 yards. He averaging almost four yards per carry and has four touchdowns on the season.
T.Y. Hilton leads the team in receiving. He has 724 yards this season, catching 45 passes and is averaging 16.1 yards per catch. Hilton has three touchdowns so far this season.
For this game, I’m taking the Buccaneers. The Colts will be at home, but they’re missing one major piece of the puzzle. Andrew Luck is hurt, and Matt Hasselbeck is taking snaps. He’s not absolutely horrible, but he’s not on Luck’s level of playing either. Jameis Winston is on fire right now, and Doug Martin is looking great.