Buccaneers Running Back Not Expected To Miss Time

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers went all the way to Germany in Week 10, and came back with a fantastic win over the Seattle Seahawks, getting them back to .500 on the season with sole possession of first place in the NFC South, and now, the good news continues to roll in for this Tom Brady led team.  

Despite suffering a hip-pointer injury in the victory, veteran running back Leonard Fournette isn't expected to miss any time, as the team have the bye upcoming Week 11, and will battle the Cleveland Browns in Week 12. With the reports in recent weeks and the carry totals in Week 10, there's a good chance that No. 7 could return to be the backup of young gun Rachaad White, who has seemingly become the teams lead back in recent weeks, but having depth at such a crucial position behind Brady is no bad thing.

On the year, Fournette is closing in on 800 All-Purpose yards to go along with 6 Touchdown's, and while he's been frustrated in recent times with his lack of touches, he remains a crucial piece for this veteran offence, and having him miss no time is a major bullet missed for a talented Buccaneers squad.

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