Rookie's record night
Rookie punter Jake Camarda, emerging as a draft-weekend coup, again asserted himself as the Bucs' most consistent - if not clutch - weapon on the damp field Sunday.

The team's fourth-round pick, Camarda earned a game ball from coach Todd Bowles, averaging 59.5 yards on six attempts. The average is tied for the highest mark by any punter with six or more punts in a game in NFL history, according to the Bucs. "He was huge today," Bowles said. "Without him punting that ball and changing the field position, we'd probably be in some tough situations."

Camarda's first punt of the afternoon traveled 68 yards and was mishandled by Brandon Powell, giving the Rams possession at their own 9-yard line.

He upstaged that midway through the second half when - after consecutive fourth-down penalties forced him to punt from his goal line - he blasted a 74 yarder to pin the Rams at their own 11. His next try, a 66-yarder, barely kissed the goal line, resulting in a debatable touchback call.

Joey Knight, The Tampa Bay Times, published 7 November 2022