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Here are the practice reports for the week 10 game. Bottom line, TB was almost completely healthy and the Skins were missing 2 of their most important players on defense -- Griffin and Taylor.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS November 11, 2005 13:04:43 PT

OFFICIAL INJURY REPORT

PROBABLE: OT Anthony Davis (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: RB Michael Pittman (shoulder), WR Michael Clayton (knee), FS Dexter Jackson (hamstring)

INJURED RESERVE: QB Brian Griese (knee), OG Matt Stinchcomb (back), LB Jeff Gooch (calf)

CURRENT UPDATES

OFFENSE

-- RB Michael Pittman (shoulder) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

-- WR Michael Clayton (knee) didn't practice Friday, Nov. 11, and is "on the downside of questionable," according to head coach Jon Gruden.

-- OT Anthony Davis (knee) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

DEFENSE

-- FS Dexter Jackson (hamstring) was limited in practice Friday, Nov. 11, and is not expected to play in Week 10.

WASHINGTON REDSKINS November 11, 2005 14:16:04 PT

OFFICIAL INJURY REPORT

PROBABLE: QB Mark Brunell (calf), WR David Patten (knee), OT Chris Samuels (knee), DL Phillip Daniels (ankle), DL Joe Salave'a (foot)

QUESTIONABLE: DL Cornelius Griffin (hip), DL Cedric Killings (ankle), FS Omar Stoutmire (hamstring), FS Sean Taylor (ankle)

INJURED RESERVE: FB Manuel White (leg), P Tom Tupa (back)

CURRENT UPDATES

OFFENSE

-- QB Mark Brunell (calf) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

-- OT Chris Samuels (knee) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

DEFENSE

-- DL Cedric Killings (ankle) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, was upgraded to probable and is expected to play in Week 10.

-- DL Cornelius Griffin (hip) didn't practice Friday, Nov. 11, and is not expected to play in Week 10.

-- DL Joe Salave'a (foot) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

-- DL Phillip Daniels (ankle) practiced Friday, Nov. 11, and is expected to play in Week 10.

-- FS Sean Taylor (ankle) didn't practice Friday, Nov. 11, and was downgraded to questionable for Week 10. S Matt Bowen would start in his place.

-- FS Omar Stoutmire (hamstring) didn't practice Friday, Nov. 11, and is not expected to play in Week 10.

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I don't think Cadillac was at 100% healthy for the previous game. He is a different back when healthy. I don't expect the Redskins to hold him to 20 yards in this game. If the Redskins defense can be as effective against Cadillac as they were against Tiki Barber in the second game (80 yards) they will have a shot. Portis will need to have another big day running the ball.

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It wasn't until AFTER Salavea left the game with an injury that the Bucs O started to roll over us. In fairness, Cadillac was out for them (I think) during that game.

Cadillac played the whole game. He wasn't very effective though. They ended up giving it to Alstott a lot more than they had been. We actually did a very good job against the run without Griffin in there, holding them to 2.3 ypc.

Where we missed Griffin was that we generated absolutely no pressure on Simms. Everytime Daniels, Wynn or Clemons got around the corner Simms was able to just step up in the pocket and the lineman would just push them on by. People like to point out that Daniels is getting healthy but I think the biggest reason he is starting to rack up sacks is because Griffin and Salave'a are both now healthy and creating great push up the middle. The QB has no where to go when one of the ends gets free.

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It wasn't until AFTER Salavea left the game with an injury that the Bucs O started to roll over us. In fairness, Cadillac was out for them (I think) during that game.

Cadillac played and was stoned by the Skins front seven. Salavea made him fumble in the second half. He will get dominated again on Saturday with Sal and Grif at 100%

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Cadillac played the whole game. He wasn't very effective though. They ended up giving it to Alstott a lot more than they had been. We actually did a very good job against the run without Griffin in there, holding them to 2.3 ypc.

Where we missed Griffin was that we generated absolutely no pressure on Simms. Everytime Daniels, Wynn or Clemons got around the corner Simms was able to just step up in the pocket and the lineman would just push them on by. People like to point out that Daniels is getting healthy but I think the biggest reason he is starting to rack up sacks is because Griffin and Salave'a are both now healthy and creating great push up the middle. The QB has no where to go when one of the ends gets free.

You bring up a good point.Let's hope thattrend continues.

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