Buccaneers Have Learned To Cope With InjuriesThe injury bug has hit the Bucs hard in 2012. But somehow, they've found a way to cope with the loss of key players.
Bucs Place Jeremy Trueblood And Cody Grimm On Injured Reserve
Buccaneers Place Nicks, Noble On Injured ReserveThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers place guard Carl Nicks and tight end Danny Noble on the injured reserve. This is the second guard the Bucs have placed on IR. The move comes days before facing their Super Bowl rivals, Oakland Raiders.
Buccaneers Are In Good Shape Heading Into ChiefsThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers are coming off their bye week well rested. It is hard to say if the bye week will help them or if the team will be rusty, but as a whole, the Bucs are pretty healthy compared to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Buccaneers Prepare For ChiefsThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare to face the Kansas City Chiefs and their back-up quarterback. The Bucs had several things to address on their week off, including the running game and right guard. Head coach Greg Schiano believes in what the team is doing.
Stroughter Now Officially On Injured Reserve, But Cowboys Are The Ones HurtingThe Bucs did made some big moves to compensate for the loss of their return man and key receiver, Sammie Stroughter, who may not return this season. The Dallas Cowboys have injuries to some of their key players could help out the Buccaneers, having an injury report almost twice the size of Tampa Bay.
The Buccaneers Fail To Succeed In A Late Loss Against GiantsThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers faced the New York Giants Sunday and fell short of a victory. The Bucs held a fourth-quarter lead, but allowed Giants quarterback Eli Manning to throw a career-high 510 yards in a 41-34 loss.
An Injured Offensive Line Could Cost BuccaneersThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers have the same injures as last week and a few more. The new injures could hurt the Bucs against the New York Giants. With the offensive line being week, this could hurt the Bucs with quarterback Josh Freeman feeling the pressure.
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