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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Stadium: Raymond James Stadium | Coach: Dirk Koetter
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th115.3 (11th)250.0 (16th)
Defense13th113.2 (21st)237.5 (13th)

Last Game

Sun, October 23
Levi's Stadium
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
San Francisco 49ers

Game Leaders

Passing: J. Winston (21-30, 269)
Rushing: J. Rodgers (26-154)
Receiving: M. Evans (8-96)

Passing: C. Kaepernick (16-34, 143)
Rushing: C. Kaepernick (9-84)
Receiving: S. Draughn (5-37)


Sun Sep 11
W 31 - 24at ATL
Sun Sep 18
L 40 - 7at ARI
Sun Sep 25
L 37 - 32LAR
Sun Oct 2
L 27 - 7DEN
Mon Oct 10
W 17 - 14at CAR
Sun Oct 23
W 34 - 17at SF
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 30
on CBS SportsOAK
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Nov 3
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 13
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 20
at KC
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 27
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 4
at SD
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 11
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 18
at DAL
1:00 pm EST
Sat Dec 24
at NO
1:00 pm EST
Sun Jan 1


Tampa Bay3-3-02-0-0
New Orleans2-4-01-1-0
Buccaneers' Roberto Aguayo: Near-perfect in Week 7 win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Aguayo converted field-goal attempts of 38 and 37 yards, missed wide right from 50 yards, and was good on all four point-after tries in Sunday's 34-17 victory over the 49ers.

Aguayo continues to falter from time to time, going 5-for-8 on field goals over his last two games. He's also yet to hit from 50 yards or greater, and all but one of his six successful attempts have come from 30-39 yards away. That distance represents the minimum expectation for an NFL-caliber kicker, so although the success from that range is certainly a positive, it's also a level of production that many free agents would also likely achieve. The Bucs will eventually need their second-round pick to start paying dividends from distances of 40 yards and greater, an area of the field from which Aguayo is just 1-for-5 to date. He'll get his next opportunity to continue refining his game when the Bucs take on the Raiders in a Week 8 home tilt.

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Buccaneers' Cecil Shorts: Shut out of stat sheet despite Week 7 start
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Shorts received the start in Sunday's 34-17 victory over the 49ers but saw zero targets on 31 snaps, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The veteran receiver's complete absence from the box score was the biggest surprise to come out of Sunday's victory, given Shorts' experience and solid resume as both an inside and outside receiver. It was surprisingly special teams captain Russell Shepard, he of three career receptions heading into the Week 7 contest, that filled the void created by Vincent Jackson's (knee) absence, converting six targets into five catches for 77 yards and his first career touchdown. However, considering Shorts' previous body of work, it's safe to consider Sunday's result an outlier, one that the veteran wideout is likely to start putting behind him in a Week 8 matchup against a beatable Raiders secondary.

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Buccaneers' Cameron Brate: Hauls in all three targets in Week 7 win
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Brate secured all three of his targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 34-17 victory over the 49ers.

Brate was modestly involved, despite the Bucs playing without Vincent Jackson (knee), as Russell Shepard stepped up to deliver five receptions for 77 yards and a touchdown as the de facto No. 2 receiver. The third-year pro's production is likely to continue fluctuating throughout the season and has been affected the last two games due to the Bucs finding considerable success on the ground with Jacquizz Rodgers. As such, Brate remains a somewhat risky proposition for fantasy purposes in any format for the time being.

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Contributes 55 all-purpose yards in Week 7 win
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Humphries was all over the box score in Sunday's 34-17 win over the 49ers, securing two of three targets for 17 yards, rushing once for six yards, gaining 17 yards on one kickoff return and totaling 15 yards on a pair of punt returns. He also had two fumbles but lost neither.

Humphries' role in the offense was unchanged despite Vincent Jackson's (knee) absence, as expected. The former also remains in a time share with rookie Ryan Smith on kickoff returns but continues to hold the primary punt return role. Of particular concern from a fantasy perspective is the dwindling target share that Humphries has endured over the last three games, during which he's only received a combined nine looks from Jameis Winston, after topping out at 12 in Week 3 versus the Rams. Given the recent pattern of reduced involvement, Humphries remains a low-end option in both season-long and DFS formats.

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Buccaneers' Antone Smith: Limited on ground but contributes through air in Week 7
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Smith received only one carry in Sunday's 34-17 victory over the Niners, gaining six yards. However, he also secured two of three targets for 41 yards.

The veteran back turned in a solid performance considering his limited opportunities and the fact that he'd just joined the team last Monday. However, Smith's familiarity with head coach Dirk Koetter's offensive system stemming from their three seasons together (2012-14) in Atlanta certainly served to help the acclimation process, allowing the seventh-year pro to contribute in the passing game. His chances for touches in the running game figure to be considerably capped given the performances of Jacquizz Rodgers and Peyton Barber, but Smith could garner some modest production as a passing-down back. The FSU product came into Sunday's contest having secured 15 of 18 career targets for 232 yards and three touchdowns, with all of the scores having come in 2014 as a Falcon.

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