WASHINGTON — It seems as though the Bucs can’t catch a break. Well they did catch one against the Redskins in the form of the extra point fiasco for Washington but the win comes at a price, and a price the Bucs can’t afford. Rookie DT Gerald McCoy will miss the remainder of the season with a bicep injury making him the fourth sixth Buccaneers starter to go down in three weeks. His loss is significant, but his spot may be able to be filled by another lineman who has been making waves this season. It’s really been a community effort on the Bucs defensive front this year, and anyone from Kyle Moore, to Roy Miller may fill McCoy’s gap, but his presence on the field will be sorely missed. The Bucs are already without Aqib Talib, Quincy Black and Cody Grimm on defense and the loss McCoy is almost not painful, as fans are already numb from all the prior injuries. The loss of McCoy definitely won’t help the Bucs in the playoff hunt and thats the bottom line.