Buccaneers Rule Out Two Stars, Others Questionable

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have begun their 2022 campaign, potentially the last with Tom Brady at QB 2-0, but it hasn't been without a lack of injuries and stars missing games, and unfortunately for the Bucs, that continues into Week 3. Mike Evans has already been ruled out with a 1-game suspension, and now, Tampa Bay have announced their injury report ahead of a matchup with the Green Bay Packers, and it leaves several players out, with more being regarded as questionable. 

Chris Godwin and Akiem Hicks have both been ruled out of the potential blockbuster clash, with several others questionable. Among those names are Russell Gage, Julio Jones and Breshad Perriman, all of whom were listed as questionable, and if none of them can go, the wide receiver group may be the worst in the league in Week 3.

Cade Otton and Donovan Smith are doubtful, and starting running back Leonard Fournette is also considered questionable, and it's safe to say that this may be the most banged up team in the league. Still, with Tom Brady at QB, it's hard to doubt Tampa, but if these injuries and suspensions keep up throughout the year, it's hard to see them keeping their winning ways going.

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