Jameis Winston's 5 TDs lead Bucs to big road win; Marcus Mariota, Titans can't close

Bucs signal-caller Jameis Winston had four first-half touchdown passes. AP Photo/Julio Cortez

Jameis Winston was on fire Sunday in Philadelphia. The Buccaneers quarterback had four first-half touchdown passes and finished with five total TDs, tying the NFL record for passing TDs in a single game by a rookie. Tampa Bay routed the Eagles to get to 5-5.

Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, playing without receivers Kendall Wright and Justin Hunter, didn't have any catastrophic mistakes against the Jaguars on Thursday night, but the offense struggled, particularly in the second half.

We're tallying up the statistics and evaluating the performances of the 2015 NFL draft's top two picks. Here are the results from Week 11:

Winston: 19-of-29 passing, 246 yards, five touchdowns, no interceptions in Tampa Bay's 10-6 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

From Andy Jasner: Jameis Winston sliced his way through the Philadelphia Eagles' defense on his way to a record-setting afternoon. Read the rest of the story here.

Mariota: 22-of-35 passing, 231 yards, 29 rushing yards, one rushing touchdown, no interceptions in Tennessee's 19-13 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

From Paul Kuharsky: In the woeful AFC South, there is no clear king. But there is clear pawn. The Colts and Houston Texans came into Week 11 with four wins, and the Jaguars got their fourth Thursday night. That means Tennessee has lost to all three of its division opponents, and have half as many wins as any of them at 2-8. Read the rest of the story here.

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