The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will have both of their starting wide receivers against the Baltimore Ravens today. Vincent Jackson was held out of practice for most of the week with a rib injury while Mike Evans is recovering from a groin injury, but Ian Rapoport reports that both of them will suit up.
Having Evans back will be a big boost to the Bucs' passing game, but with neither he nor Jackson being fully healthy their explosiveness may be reduced. Still, starting even an injured Evans and Jackson is significantly better than starting Louis Murphy and Russell Shepard.
With Mason Foster also set to return to action, that leaves Dashon Goldson and possibly Johnthan Banks as the only starters who could miss today's game, unless you count Josh McCown as a starter. Goldson has been ruled out, while Banks returned to practice on Friday and sounded hopeful that he could play. That's about as the Bucs have been all season.
The Bucs(1-3) and Ravens(3-2) face off at 1:00 p.m. ET today, in Tampa.