Winston throws for 312 yards, Buccaneers rout Bears 36-10
Nov 15 2016 by Dustin Murphy
Evans has been officially cleared from the concussion protocol after entering it following last week's career-high 11-reception performance against the Falcons, per the team on Thursday.
While the rest of his teammates were warming up during Friday's practice and doing special-teams work, Martin did some resistance runs with head athletic trainer Bobby Slater, pulling a large rubber band behind him. "When those guys get after the quarterback, it really makes our job easy", Conte said. "I felt I'm getting there, getting to that point". In Week 8, quarterback Jay Cutler came back and led the team to victory over the first-place Minnesota Vikings. The Bucs also hope to be closer to full strength after the long weekend. "The only thing we've got to do is stay focused".
They are also 3-5, a game better than the Bears so let's see if the Bears new-found, brimming confidence is well-placed. By the Bucs! The only reason this game was somewhat competitive for a while was because you completed a Hail Mary to end the first half. He is a solid run-blocker and has become a real threat down in the red zone for the Buccaneers.
Head coach Dirk Koetter echoed similar concerns in his press conference with reporters, stating that he has to take just how many snaps Martin might be able to play into consideration.
"I think it's a mindset and guys were ready". He knows the cuts, knows where things are created to go.
Now this is clearly the game everyone is waiting for this week in National Football League week ten.
Long, 27, was injured in the second quarter on Sunday.
Instead, the Bucs will start Caleb Benenoch at left guard if Hawley can't go, with Smith staying at center.
He's not a recommended play on Sunday, but Peyton Barber could be a respectable fill-in if Martin is ruled out. Howard, a fifth-round draft pick, ranks second among rookies with 505 yards rushing. We're going to have to count on him. "We need to take this momentum and keep it going into next week".