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Buccaneers by the numbers

By ERNEST HOOPER

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 9, 2000


3

running backs in past 32 games have rushed for more than 100 yards against Minnesota: Jacksonville's Fred Taylor (1998), Dallas' Emmitt Smith (1999), Detroit's James Stewart (last week).

20

touchdowns in 18 games against NFC Central opponents by receiver Randy Moss, including four against Bucs.

27

victories in past 32 games on artificial surface for Vikings.

40

percent of Vikings offense has been accumulated in fourth quarter (554 of its 1,596 yards has come fourth quarter). Daunte Culpepper's passer rating in fourth quarter is 109.7, fourth-best in NFL.

55

yards needed by running back Robert Smith to move into second place on team's all-time rushing list. Bill Brown is second with 5,757 yards.

55.81

yards averaged by Smith in 11 games against Tampa Bay.

65

receiving touchdowns scored by receiver Cris Carter over past five seasons, most in NFL. He has none this season.

945

receptions by Carter, second only to Jerry Rice (1,228) and Andre Reed (946) on NFL's all-time list.

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