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Bucs-Panthers starting lineups

Bucs

Offense

QB Jameis Winston 3

RB Doug Martin 22

WR Mike Evans 13

WR Donteea Dye 17

TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins 87

TE Luke Stocker 88

LT Donovan Smith 76

LG Logan Mankins 70

C Joe Hawley 68

RG Ali Marpet 74

RT Demar Dotson 69

Defense

DE Jacquies Smith 56

DT Gerald McCoy 92

DT Tony McDaniel 77

DE Will Gholston 92

WLB Lavonte David 54

MLB Bruce Carter 50

NB Alterraun Verner 21

CB Sterling Moore 26

S Bradley McDougald 30

S Keith Tandy 37

CB Johnthan Banks 27

Panthers

Offense

QB Cam Newton 1

RB Cameron Artis-Payne 34

FB Mike Tolbert 35

WR Ted Ginn 19

WR Jerricho Cotchery 82

TE Greg Olsen 88

LT Michael Oher 73

LG Andrew Norwell 68

C Ryan Kalil 67

RG Trai Turner 70

RT Mike Remmers 74

Defense

DE Charles Johnson 95

DT Star Lotulelei 98

DT Kawann Short 99

DE Jared Allen 69

SLB Shaq Thompson 54

MLB Luke Kuechly 59

WLB Thomas Davis 58

CB Josh Norman 24

S Roman Harper 41

S Kurt Coleman 20

CB Charles Tillman 31

Bucs-Panthers starting lineups 01/02/16 [Last modified: Saturday, January 2, 2016 7:00pm]
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