Jameis Winston up, Mike Evans down in Buccaneers' loss

INDIANAPOLIS -- A look at Tampa Bay Buccaneers players who were "up" and those who were "down" in Sunday's 25-12 loss to the Indianapolis Colts:


QB Jameis Winston: The rookie's afternoon in no way resembled the previous week's win at Philadelphia, when he threw five touchdown passes, but he wasn't mostly at fault against the Colts. Winston completed 20 of 36 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown, with one interception. Another possible touchdown pass was dropped, and his interception came in the final desperate moments.

RB Doug Martin: The running back's stats also plunged, but not of his own doing. He rushed for 90 yards on 12 carries in the first half, including a 56-yard run in the second quarter, but carried just twice in the second half (for seven yards) as the Bucs shifted to a passing attack in their comeback attempt. His 2-yard, second-quarter touchdown run was nullified by a holding penalty.

P Jacob Schum: He had an above-average day, kicking three times for a 47.3-yard average -- nearly five yards above his norm.


OT Kevin Pamphile: He was called for a holding penalty that negated Martin's touchdown run, which would have given the Bucs a second-quarter lead. They settled for a 30-yard field goal that tied the score at six.

K Connor Barth: He missed an extra point after the Bucs' only touchdown in the second quarter and also missed a 54-yard field goal. An unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Logan Mankins after that play set up the Colts at the Bucs' 41-yard line.

WR Mike Evans: He caught five of the 10 balls thrown his way and dropped one third-down pass on which he might have scored in the third quarter. Barth followed with his missed field goal.