The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are relatively healthy heading into their week seven matchup with the Atlanta Falcons. Carl Nicks and Jeff Demps will both miss the contest after having undergone surgery recently, but it looks like most players will be returning to action. Davin Joseph and Jeremy Zuttah are struggling a little bit with minor injuries but should be good to go on Sunday.
Mike Williams' hamstring injury is concerning, but Schiano noted that he is likely to play. In a little bit of good news, Michael Adams has returned to practice this week. The cornerback was used mostly in dime sets before an injury earlier this season caused him to miss the past four games.
The Atlanta Falcons are not so lucky, however. Roddy White continues to miss practices with a hamstring injury and high ankle sprain, and he has not looked effective even when he has played. With Julio Jones on injured reserve that leaves Harry Douglas as the main receiving weapon for Matt Ryan. Steven Jackson continues to miss time as well and with an offensive line held together by scotch tape and Jeremy Trueblood, they've struggled to produce a running game all season.
The Falcons won't have it easy against the Bucs defense, which is one of the best units in the NFL.
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