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September 8, 2013 @ 10:39 am
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Bucs - Jets Inactives

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Gil Arcia


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The Buccaneers and Jets announced their inactive players for their matchup at MetLife Stadium, which will kick off at 1:00 p.m.

Tampa Bay Inactives
TE Tom Crabtree
FB Erik Lorig
G Carl Nicks
DE William Gholston
DT Chris Jones
CB Rashaan Melvin
QB Dan Orlovsky
NOTE: Gabe Carimi will start in place of Carl Nicks.

New York Jets
QB Mark Sanchez
LB Danny Lansanah
G Will Campbell
T Ben Ijalana
T Oday Aboushi
DL Quinton Coples
LB Scott Solomon

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    Oh well. The Jets were just too good. From their impressive rushing attack and the ariel display put on by Gino Smith. I don't mind the Bucs losing if they played a really disciplined game and just got beat by a team with MUCH more talent. Good try Bucs. It should be much easier next week vs. the Saints.
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    Goldson is passing out concussions. Schiano is pissed he's being called for unnecessary roughness. Go Bucs!!
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    Past time to part ways with Stocker
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    Zuttah and Penn are giving me fits early in the game.
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    I'm a little surprised of Gholston.
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