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September 23, 2012 @ 10:43 am
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Bucs - Cowboys Inactives

Written by Dory
LeBlanc
Dory LeBlanc

Dory
LeBlanc

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The Buccaneers and Cowboys announced the inactive players for today's game, set to kick-off at 1:00 Eastern from Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Texas.

TAMPA BAY INACTIVES
#26 CB Anthony Gaitor (Hamstring)
#31 CB E.J. Biggers (Foot)
#34 RB Michael Smith
#37 DB Keith Tandy
#79 OT Jamon Meredith
#97 DE George Johnson
WR Chris Owusu

Gaitor has been suffering from a hamstring injury that has limited him off and on in practices this week, while Biggers is just getting over an injured foot suffered on the opening day of training camp. Biggers was a full participant in practice this week and was listed as probable on Friday.

For the second straight week Smith is listed as an active, so Arrelious Benn will once again be handling kickoff return duties. Owusu joined the team for his first practice as a Buc Friday and his activation was highly unlikely. 

DALLAS INACTIVES
#11 WR Cole Beasley
#37 S Matt Johnson (Hamstring)
#43 S Gerald Sensabaugh (Calf)
#55 LB Alex Albright (Neck)
#67 C Phil Costa (Back)
#90 DE Jay Ratliff (Ankle)
#99 DT Kenyon Coleman (Knee)

All but Beasley and Sensabaugh were ruled out as of Friday. Sensabaugh has been nursing an injured calf and did not participate in Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday practices.
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    two other points, where in the hell is Smith running kickoffs back? Benn is too slow back there and looks too indecisive in what to do. As I said last week, there is no excuse in not getting Blount involved in the offense more than 2 or 3 plays. Freeman, you look like you did your first year, staring at your primary receiver and not being able to find a secondary or third receiver. Please sit his *censored* on the bench and give Orlovsky (sp.) a chance.
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    Please make a change at quarterback and offensive coordinator. This was a freaking joke and Schiano ought to be totally embarrassed not yanking Freeman and letting Sullivan still call plays. Even Aikman and Buck were shocked at what the Bucs keep trying to do offensively and especially the last series when they are down 9 points with 2:30 left and we are running the ball 2 of the 3 plays. WTF!! If you are scared to let Freeman throw the ball, the bring the other guy in and let this team have a chance to win. You totally contradicted yourself Schiano when you say we play till the last play yet you give up with your play calling especially that last series. Wright as Cremdonado said was a joke and the biggest mistake signing in FA.
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    I know who made the INEFFECTIVE LIST ~ Freeman and Wright Freeman is a back up at best~he lost a lot of body fat in the off season but none from his head.. Wright just gets burnt like an ant under a magnifying glass.. our whole offense didnt show up...ship Shipley out...What a disappointment..this team couldnt play four quarters of football if their lives depended on it..
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    Josh freeman or either the play caller is holding this team back Its painfull too watch 55million reasons to throw the ball and where is blount play the man Go DEFENCE GO BUCS and 33 on defence sucks
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