The Bucs may have left guard Carl Nicks back on Sunday against the Saints. That should spark Doug Martin and the running game.
The Bucs will likely be without starting left guard Carl Nicks against the Jets. But compared to the Jets, the Bucs will go into Sunday’s game relatively healthy.
The Bucs were able to finish the season off strong, but they still have flaws, which can be fixed with a successful offseason.
The Bucs have dealt with their fair share of injuries this season, and they’ve severely affected the team. But they are relatively healthy heading into the season finale.
The Bucs have many players on injured reserve, but the active players are relatively healthy. However, Aaron Morgan could miss Sunday’s game against the Rams.
Da’Quan Bowers has played well for the Bucs lately. But he is dealing with a hamstring injury and a personal issue that might keep him out of Sunday’s game.
The Bucs have been dealing with injuries all season long. But Sunday’s game is important, which is why they’ll need DT Roy Miller to play.
The Bucs have dealt with a lot of crushing injuries this season. But heading into the game against the Broncos, the Bucs will be healthy.
The Bucs have glaring weaknesses in the secondary. And these have been illuminated by a slew of injuries.
The Bucs could be without right guard Jamon Meredith on Sunday. This could be crucial against the Panthers’ pass rush.