Buccaneers Receiver Game-Time Decision Ahead Of Thursday Night

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven't quite looked like themselves under Tom Brady in 2022, and while it's always an easy excuse to blame it on the injuries, they've certainly dealt with just as many, if not more than the worst hit teams in the NFL. Unfortunately, it's not getting any better ahead of Week 8, as the team has already ruled out no less than six players ahead of their crucial Thursday Night Football game against the 4-3 Baltimore Ravens.

Julio Jones could be another that's added to the list, but right now, Head Coach Todd Bowles has states that the veteran playmaker will be a game-time decision tomorrow night, which could leave Brady without another one of his key weapons against a tough team. Jones hasn't played since October 2 against the Chiefs, and in just two gams he has 4 catches for 76 yards, proving that if he can get back on the field, he'll be a valuable deep threat to compliment the other receivers on this team.

Right now, the Buccaneers season isn't looking in good shape at all, but with so many veterans around, it's unlikely that there will be any panic in the locker room, and if they can steady the team and get healthy, there's no telling what the ceiling for this very talented squad truly is.

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