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Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings: Lineups, injuries, stats

Probable starters

Bucs offense

WR: Mike Williams 19

LT: Donald Penn 70

LG: Jeremy Zuttah 76

C: Jeff Faine 52

RG: Davin Joseph 75

RT: Jeremy Trueblood 65

TE: Kellen Winslow 82

WR: Arrelious Benn 17

QB: Josh Freeman 5

RB: LeGarrette Blount 27

FB: Earnest Graham 34

Bucs defense

LDE: Michael Bennett 71

DT: Gerald McCoy 93

DT: Brian Price 92

RDE: Adrian Clayborn 94

SLB: Quincy Black 58

MLB: Mason Foster 59

WLB: Geno Hayes 54

LCB: Aqib Talib 25

RCB: Ronde Barber 20

SS: Sean Jones 26

FS: Cody Grimm 35

special teams

P: Michael Koenen 9

PK: Connor Barth 10

KO: Michael Koenen 9

PR/KR: Preston Parker 87

Vikings offense

WR: Percy Harvin 12

LT: Charlie Johnson 74

LG: Steve Hutchinson 76

C: John Sullivan 65

RG: Anthony Herrera 64

RT: Phil Loadholt 71

TE: Visanthe Shiancoe 81

WR: Bernard Berrian 87

QB: Donovan McNabb 5

RB: Adrian Peterson 28

RB: Toby Gerhart 32

Vikings defense

LDE: Brian Robison 96

NT: Remi Ayodele 92

DT: Letroy Guion 98

RDE: Jared Allen 69

SLB: Chad Greenway 52

MLB: Xavier Adibi 57

WLB: Erin Henderson 50

LCB: Antoine Winfield 26

RCB: Cedric Griffin 97

SS: Jamarca Sanford 33

FS: Husain Abdullah 39

special teams

P: Chris Kluwe 4

K: Ryan Longwell 8

KR: Percy Harvin 12

PR: Marcus Sherels 35

Injury report

BUCS Out: CB Myron Lewis (ankle), WR Sammie Stroughter (foot). Questionable: T James Lee (knee). Probable: DE Da'Quan Bowers (shoulder).

vikings Questionable: DE Adrian Awasom (knee), LB E.J. Henderson (knee). Probable: CB Asher Allen (toe), WR Michael Jenkins (groin).

Stat pack



Rushing yards

passing yards

total yards

Rushing yards allowed

passing yards allowed

total yards allowed

Bucs

vikings

56 (29th)

159 (7th)

126 (23rd)

77 (12th)

259 (14th)

28 (32nd)

315 (20th)

187 (32nd)

431 (28th)

407 (27th)

305 (25th)

330 (28th)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings: Lineups, injuries, stats 09/17/11 [Last modified: Friday, September 23, 2011 3:59pm]
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