The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without right tackle Demar Dotson for the second straight game, as he’s been ruled out for Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys with a concussion.
The Bucs will presumably start veteran Gosder Cherilus in Dotson’s place. Cherilus struggled mightily against the New Orleans Saints, but he does have a lot of experience. So there’s that.
Other than that, the Bucs are mostly healthy. Lavonte David was added to the injury list on Thursday with a hamstring strain, but was limited in practice and is just listed as questionable. Tight end Luke Stocker should also return to play after missing last week’s game.
As for the Dallas Cowboys, they’re a little more banged up. They ruled out pass-rusher DeMarcus Lawrence and cornerback Morris Claiborne, meaning their defense will be limited. A few other starters, most notably Dez Bryant, Tyron Smith and Sean Lee, are listed as questionable, but all of them are expected to play.