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Bucs-Colts lineups



QB Jameis Winston 3

RB Doug Martin 22

WR Mike Evans 13

WR Vincent Jackson 83

TE Luke Stocker 88

TE Brandon Myers 82

LT Donovan Smith 76

LG Logan Mankins 70

C Joe Hawley 68

RG Evan Smith 62

RT Gosder Cherilus 78


DE Jacquies Smith 56

DT Gerald McCoy 93

DT Akeem Spence 97

DE Will Gholston 92

WLB Lavonte David 54

MLB Kwon Alexander 58

NB Alterraun Verner 21

CB Sterling Moore 26

S Bradley McDougald 30

S Chris Conte 23

CB Jude Adjei-Barimah 38



QB Matt Hasselbeck 8

RB Frank Gore 23

WR T.Y. Hilton 13

WR Andre Johnson 81

TE Dwayne Allen 83

TE Coby Fleener 80

LT Joe Reitz 76

LG Jack Mewhort 75

C Jonotthan Harrison 72

RG Hugh Thornton 69

RT Denzelle Good 71


DE Kendall Langford 90

DT David Parry 54

DT Henry Anderson 96

DE Robert Mathis 98

SLB Erik Walden 93

MLB D'Qwell Jackson 52

WLB Jerrell Freeman 50

CB Greg Toler 28

S Clayton Geathers 42

S Dwight Lowery 33

CB Vontae Davis 21

Bucs-Colts lineups 11/28/15 [Last modified: Saturday, November 28, 2015 6:17pm]
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