Mark Ingram May Be Out

December 9th, 2015
May not play Sunday.

May not play Sunday.

The Saints are primarily a passing team. If they are going to burn an opponent, then it will be through the air with Drew Brees.

But at least with former Heisman Trophy-winning running back Mark Ingram, the Saints force teams to be honest on defense.

It looks like the Bucs’ defense may be getting a break. Ingram, the Saints’ leading rusher (769 yards and a 4.6 yards-per-carry average), could be unavailable Sunday if Reid Getlin of is accurate.

Joe never, ever wants to see a player injured. But if the Bucs have to be without their starting middle linebacker, Kwon Alexander, then it helps that the Saints may be without Ingram.

Joe hopes Ingram gets better. After this weekend, of course.

6 Responses to “Mark Ingram May Be Out”

  1. JAB83 Says:

    Yeah, get better Mark…………….. NEXT WEEKEND!!!!!!!

  2. Buccfan37 Says:

    Karma, the turnabout in fair play. A Brees sack-pick fest.

  3. Buc since '74 Says:

    Just run the crap out of the Dougernaut and take your shots with the Dunkaneers. Eat the clock and get a decent lead – the blitz the living hell out of Brees while playing tight man on Colston – that should do it! Then make me a sandwich and bring me a beer – that should really do it!

  4. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    Let’s just hope the Aints used their last bit of ammo trying to be the team that knocked off the undefeated Panthers.

    Talk about a team setup for a letdown. #3 has all his targets in place and healthy…the original starting line is back together…Doug and Sims are playing lights out….at last as a beleagured Bucs fan who has yet to see an exciting offense…I now finally get to see an exciting offense. I amazed and thrilled all at once and I must confess I never expected to see the Bucs as an offensive juggernaut when we announced the hiring of Lovie.

  5. Pa Privateer Says:

    Going to IR

  6. godzilla13 Says:

    Martin is feed him..feed him a lot. I want him to set the Buccaneer rushing record! I wonder if the Saints have any idea how much better this team is now from the last time they met? No more talk about playoffs. It is one game at a time.