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September 11, 2011 @ 10:42 am
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Lion-Buccaneers Inactives

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Mark Cook


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Bucs vs. Lions Inactives for today's game:


RB Allen Bradford
SS Larry Asante
CB Myron Lewis
CB Anthony Gaitor
OT Demar Dotson
G Derek Hardman
TE Zach Pianalto

QB Drew Stanton
CB Alphonso Smith
RB Keiland Williams
LB Doug Hogue
G Jacques McClendon
OT Jason Fox
DT Nick Fairley

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    Yeah and their plan was for the safeties to help out over the top on Megatron.....how can a 5'6' gnome help out against a 6'5" receiver? They could have been more useful elsewhere.
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    I nominate Gaitor for the game MVP, he did not make a single mistake.
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    yea im not pleased with sean jones' play either. We really need to get Asante on the field. Jones is clearly not the answer I sure hope Tanard Jackson has been laying off the weed and hitting the gym and doing football conditioning and work outs the guy is a beast and we need him out there.
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    Jones was out of place, took bad angles, hit his own color, and dropped an INT that hit him right in the hands. I find it hard to believe Larry Asante can't do those things.
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    Wow what a disappointing performance. Horrible offensive game plan. Every ham and egger on this site said run the no huddle. No don't do that until it is too late, just go 3 and out over and over until the defense is totally worn down. Coaches you sucked!
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