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November 13, 2011 @ 12:03 pm
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Buccaneers vs. Texans Inactives, Haynesworth To Start

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Reynolds
Scott Reynolds

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The following players are inactive for the Tampa Bay vs. Houston game on Sunday:

TAMPA BAY
CB Anthony Gaitor
LB Dekoda Watson
OG Derek Hardman
OT James Lee
WR Micheal Spurlock
DE Tim Crowder
DT Frank Okam

HOUSTON
QB T.J. Yates
CB Sherrick McManis
FS Danieal Manning
G Thomas Austin
OT Andrew Gardner
WR Andre Johnson
TE Garrett Graham

There were some lineup changes for the Buccaneers on defense. Newly acquired defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth will start in place of Roy Miller. At strongside linebacker Adam Hayward will start in place of Quincy Black and at weakside linebacker Black will start over Hayward, who has replaced Geno Hayes on the team's depth chart. Hayes is expected to play on Sunday after not playing, but dressing, last Sunday at New Orleans.

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    Okay first of all, Talib had that INT. He possessed it for two steps and made a football move up field. Bull *censored*! Then the Winslow call was bogus plus he made a first down before they say he committed a penalty. That should be a first and 25 and not a 3rd and 9 right. The penalty should not cause a replay of the down or something right?
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    At strongside linebacker Adam Hayward will start in place of Quincy Black and at weakside linebacker Black will start over Hayward, who has replaced Geno Hayes on the team's depth chart. What does that even mean. Is that the long way of saying black and hayward are switching sides?
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