Godwin Listed As Doubtful

September 18th, 2020

Only one Bucs player has been ruled out for Sunday’s game with the Stinking Panthers. And that is tight end Antony Auclair, who was placed on injury reserve this afternoon.

Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin, who is in concussion protocol, is listed as doubtful.

You can see the full injury report below.

16 Responses to “Godwin Listed As Doubtful”

  1. Mitch Says:

    If Godwin sits (hopefully he does this week) I’d like to see Scotty Miller have a 150 yard 2 TD day. Mike should have a better game, but no one knows if he can cut yet. I think OJ is in for a big game as well.

  2. Rick Says:

    Yetur, short, out for the panthers could be a slightly easier day for the offense.

  3. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Time for Gronk to earn his 4th round pick & $10mil

  4. Rod Munch Says:

    Man, the Bucs had better pay back the Saints for that cheapshot to Godwin’s head. If Suh doesn’t clip Brees’ achilles in the next game, then there is no justice.

  5. adam from ny Says:

    gonna miss godwin…

    his head got jarred…

    will he be a jarhead all season?…

    hope it doesn’t linger

  6. orlbucfan Says:

    Hopefully, Gronk and the other offensive relic don’t stroke out in the first quarter. Please let ungodly Godwin rest.

  7. REDZONE BA Fan Says:

    Will be wise to rest Godwin and get him 100% well for games against more challenging teams than ones like the Panthers with a new HC and QB.

  8. Bucamania Says:

    Is Tyler Johnson practicing?

  9. Clean House Says:

    Did tanner Hudson join a team?

  10. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Mike Evans may have another rough week. You know, with Godwin out, he’s gonna have a constant double team.

  11. Rod Munch Says:

    Bush’s Coke Spoon – Evans didn’t have a ‘rough week’ last week, that is a fake narrative based on looking at box scores. He got two huge PI calls that made up 66 yards (I believe) and they were legit PI’s, so his real effective line was 3-67-1 – that’s not a great week by Evan’s standards – but it’s on pace to have 1000 yards and 16 TDs, not exactly a bad year.

  12. Rod Munch Says:

    This is just really lame. I spent all offseason talking about how the 3rd WR spot was super soft, but Scotty Miller has looked good so far. But that was against people down the depth chart. Reminds me of Humphries, who was a great 4th WR, and as a 4th WR he gave the Bucs a real advantage. But everytime you moved up the line, he became less effective – and the few times he was pushed into being a starter, he did nothing.

    I don’t really have a ton of faith in Miller, but again I hope the team is smart enough to use OJ in a semi-WR role, let him use his size and speed against corners and if anyone plays him one-on-one with a 5′ 8″ corner, just have Brady lob the ball to him. Last year Arians refused to do it when we had no one left at WR, but I’d hope he’d be more flexible this year.

  13. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Rod Munch Says:
    “Evans didn’t have a ‘rough week’ last week, that is a fake narrative based on looking at box scores.”

    I agree with you, actually. I’ll just say that he will probably be well covered this week, without Godwin lined up. Doesn’t mean he won’t be a factor! 🙂

  14. SOEbuc Says:

    I’ve wanted to see Tanner Hudson at some point. Another large fast TE that can catch from what we saw last year PS. Maybe he’s different against starters.

  15. Rod Munch Says:

    SOEbuc – Arians has to actually use the TE before we’d see anything. I’d like to see what Hudson can do at some point, but since Auclair was the blocking guy, I’d assume they’ll go with whoever is the best blocker they still have around.

  16. Rod Munch Says:

    Bush’s Coke Spoon – Maybe, but when Mike’s been the only guy in town he’s had big games. I think health is going to be the biggest thing. If they do double and triple team him, hopefully that may finally mean Arians uses the TEs, which should give Gronk a chance for a big day. People think Gronk is washed up after one game because his box score was weak, but from what I heard he ran the most pass routes, so they obviously trust him, or at worst he was a very good decoy. Also Gronk was knocking off the rust of sitting out a year, so hopefully this game he comes alive a bit, but it’s still just game 2 in any case.