Last week Lovie Smith said he would consider any position change as long as it would help the team win. And while many were awaiting the quarterback switch back to Glennon, that never happened. Instead, the team made a different adjustment on the offensive side of the ball.
Demar Dotson, who normally starts at right tackle, will start at left tackle against the Panthers on Sunday. Anthony Collins has started there most of the season, but has been dealing with an elbow injury that will sideline him for the second straight week.
The Buccaneers have had issues all season at left tackle. While active and starting, Collins hasn’t played up to the free agent contract he signed over the offseason. And Oniel Cousins, who normally serves as the former Bengal’s replacement, has also struggled.
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It’s only been 14 games for them to finally realize his struggles. A good move.
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