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Scott or Jim, Â Â Is Davin close to being ready to come back?
Joseph in particular is critical.
Even if healthy, I'm not sure I'd start him. Bringing back the same line from last year is a better way to build consistant play. We've already seen that in games 2 and 3, when last years line was in, the pass protection improved dramatically. A few tweaks in the run game, some more roll outs, boots and waggles from Grads, and we can run the ball with these guys. Let Joseph sit and learn for a season...JMO.
He is critical for nothing if not the fact that the Bucs burnt a first round pick on the guy to help shore up deficiency that has been prevalent for years and years now.Espescially with a team that is in rebuilding mode, as far as the offense goes anyway.
http://www.pewterreport.com/articles/view/2496The Bucs were hopeful first-round pick Davin Joseph, who has been sidelined since the first week of the season with a knee injury, would return to practice Monday, but the 6-foot-3, 311-pound guard came down with an illness and was not present at Mondayâ€™s workout. Bucs head coach Jon Gruden was optimistic Joseph would be at practice Wednesday, saying he would not rule him out for Sundayâ€™s game.
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