Buccaneers: Players to watch during Week 16 in Carolina
It was said on a recent episode of Good Morning Football the Buccaneers may have the most power in the NFC South here at the end of the season.
With match-ups against the Panthers and Saints remaining, the Buccaneers will certainly have their mark left on the divisional race, and whether or not there are three representatives in the playoffs out of the south.
Of course, the team would rather make an impact by winning their last two games. Time will tell if this can happen.
Injuries certainly aren’t going to help the Bucs in these efforts.
DeSean Jackson and Robert Ayers Jr. have already been ruled out for Week 16 against the Panthers.
Cameron Brate, Lavonte David, Gerald McCoy, Ryan Russell, and Ryan Smith continue to have their status in limbo. Although McCoy was a full participant in practice this past Friday.
A depleted roster and lost season means we usually get to see a bit of depth on display as the team looks to see what they have for the future.
It’s going to be a combination of these types of players, and the handful of starters remaining, who will make the difference this week and moving forward.
On the line for the Buccaneers football team, is not being swept through the division.
With one loss already to both Carolina and New Orleans, the team has already been swept by the Falcons.
Plenty have brought into question the retainability of head coach Dirk Koetter and his staff. Losing six in the division isn’t going to do much more than solidify his unemployment come 2018.
Let’s look at the Bucs I’m eyeing this weekend.