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Bucs-Rams projected starting lineups

Bucs

OFFENSE

QB Jameis Winston 3

RB Doug Martin 22

WR Mike Evans 13

WR Adam Humphries 11

TE A. Seferian-Jenkins 87

TE Luke Stocker 88

LT Donovan Smith 76

LG Logan Mankins 70

C Joe Hawley 68

RG Ali Marpet 70

RT Gosder Cherilus 78

DEFENSE

DE Will Gholston 92

DT Gerald McCoy 93

DT Tony McDaniel 77*

DE Howard Jones 95

WLB Lavonte David 54

MLB Danny Lansanah 51

SLB Orie Lemon 45

CB Sterling Moore 26

S Bradley McDougald 30

S Chris Conte 23

CB Jude Adjei-Barimah 38

Rams

OFFENSE

QB Case Keenum 17

RB Todd Gurley 30

WR Tavon Austin 11

WR Kenny Britt 18

WR Bradley Marquez 15

TE Jared Cook 89

LT Greg Robinson 73

LG Garrett Reynolds 71

C Tim Barnes 61

RG Cody Wichmann 69

RT Rob Havenstein 79

DEFENSE

DE William Hayes 95

DT Aaron Donald 99

DT Michael Brockers 90

DE Eugene Sims 97

OLB Akeem Ayers 57

MLB James Laurinaitis 55

S Mark Barron 26

CB Trumaine Johnson 22

SS Maurice Alexander 31

FS Cody Davis 38

CB Janoris Jenkins 21

Bucs-Rams projected starting lineups 12/16/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 16, 2015 8:41pm]
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