The final injury report for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons is out, and it looks like Gerald McCoy may not play on Sunday. The defensive tackle underwent an undisclosed procedure on his hand this past Monday and missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, participating on a limited basis today. He's listed as doubtful on the official injury report, which means he has at most a 25% chance of playing.
Vincent Jackson, Joe Hawley, Ali Marpet and Mike Jenkins are listed as probable and should all have no problem playing on Sunday. That's not true for several other starters: Gosder Cherilus is listed as questionable, and he may be replaced by former starter Demar Dotson, while defensive ends Jacquies Smith and George Johnson are out against the Falcons. Tight end Luke Stocker and Austin Seferian-Jenkins are listed as questionable, and ASJ's participation is anyone's guess -- as is the case every week, though he was at least cleared for contact now.
As for the Atlanta Falcons, they are mostly healthy. Wide receiver Leonard Hankerson and kicker Matt Bryant are listed as out, as is tight end Tony Moeaki. But everyone else is probable and should play, including Devonta Freeman and Devin Hester.