Mike Evans up, Austin Seferian-Jenkins down in Bucs' loss

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ST. LOUIS -- A look at Tampa Bay Buccaneers players who were "up" and those who were "down" in Thursday's 31-23 loss to the St. Louis Rams:


Mike Evans: He hauled in nine passes for 157 yards, with a long of 30 yards.

Jameis Winston: The rookie finished 29-for-50 for a career-high 363 yards with two touchdowns and an intercerption. After a lackluster start, he was stellar in the final quarter, completing 18 of 27 passes for 238 yards and the two TDs.


Austin Seferian-Jenkins: The second-year pro threw a tantrum after coming up just short of the goal line in the fourth quarter, throwing the ball out of the end zone for a personal foul and turning a potential touchdown into a field goal. He would later score a touchdown.

Doug Martin: He continued his stellar season, gaining 91 yards on 18 carries, but he lost a crucial fumble late in the third quarter to end a drive.