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Preview: Tampa Bay @ Kansas City

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On November 20, 2016 at 9:42 am EST

On Sunday afternoon, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers face the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bucs are 4-5, while the Chiefs are 7-2.

The Bucs are 3-1 on the road this season. The Chiefs are 4-0 at Arrowhead Stadium.

Spencer Ware (Getty Images)

Spencer Ware (Getty Images)

The Bucs have won eight straight games over the Chiefs. One has to go back to Aug. 8, 1998, in a preseason game, for their last win for Kansas City.

The Chiefs won 17-13 in that game. Their last regular season win over the Bucs came on Sept. 5, 1993 when they won 27-3.

The Bucs defeated the Chicago Bears, 36-10, in their last game. They haven’t lost since Nov. 3 on Thursday Night Football against the Atlanta Falcons, 43-28.

The Chiefs are on a five-game win streak, all after their bye week. They haven’t lost since Oct. 2 when they lost 43-14 to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Bucs are scoring 24 points per game. The Chiefs are averaging 22.8.

Tampa Bay is averaging 374.2 yards per game. They’re giving up 400.2 yards.

Kansas City is averaging 347 yards per contest. They’re giving up 378.8 yards.

Jameis Winston leads the Bucs attack with 2,349 yards. He has 19 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

Jacquizz Rodgers has 393 rushing yards and a touchdown. Mike Evans has 811 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.

Alex Smith leads the Chiefs attack with 1,816 yards. He has eight touchdowns and three interceptions.

Spencer Ware has 572 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Travis Kelce has 466 receiving yards and three touchdowns.

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