Hamstring Injury For Chris Godwin

September 27th, 2020

Bucs fans saw Chris Godwin pull up lame in the red zone today and the terrible news was it’s a hamstring injury.

Two weeks, 10 weeks, Joe has no idea of the severity and the Bucs won’t let on until later in the week.

It was the ugly story of this game and one that hopefully goes away sooner than later.

The good news is the Bucs shouldn’t need Godwin to beat a bad Chargers team at home next Sunday. But the Bears game the following Thursday is just four days after that.

 Joe hopes the Bucs play it smart with Godwin and give him the two games off if that’s what he needs to get right for the toughest stretch of the Bucs’ schedule. Again, hopefully it’s the kind of hamstring issue that only needs a couple of weeks off to get right.

33 Responses to “Hamstring Injury For Chris Godwin”

  1. JimmyJack Says:

    And we lost Bunting. I hope he OK. Hamstring might mean a few weeks which sucks but isnt devestating.

  2. Steven Says:

    Joe, Sunday to Sunday is not just four days.

  3. Christopher Schiefen Says:

    Gotta get Tom’s trainer in the building, clearly our guy has issues with hamstrings.

  4. SB Says:

    Sh!t didn’t know we lost bunting too. Guess it is time for Deal to step up.

  5. Jonathan Limpchimpi Says:

    Easy with the JoeBravadoFan…Bucs need all hands on deck for every game if possible. Chargers won’t be an easy opponent…

  6. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Dean led the team in tackles today…….what was the SMB injury?

  7. Georger Says:

    Why are our guys having hamstring injuries. Someone has to ask the Bucs brass

  8. Coburn Says:

    Godwin didn’t look too bad but could linger who knows..Bunting was really coming into his own. Assuming Ryan Smith was playing #3 corner after. Assuming he came in and did alright.. didn’t hear his name

  9. Bucsfan951 Says:

    I hope it’s morning serious

  10. SB Says:

    Looks like it was a hammy for SMB as well TBBF

  11. Bird Says:


  12. Bird Says:

    Why is last post gone?


    Worse stuff said every day in every article
    Joe – are you him ? The mslob?
    Gimme a break

    Thanks for more Censorship

  13. Lamarcus Says:

    Man Godwin is injury prone

  14. Bucsfan951 Says:

    Lamarcus Says:
    September 27th, 2020 at 9:12 pm
    Man Godwin is injury prone


  15. Jeffbuc Says:

    Steve. But Sunday to Thursday is 4 days. We play the bears on Thursday night. We play two games in the next 11 days. 3 in 12 days pretty rough stretch. Good thing we have some weaker opponents. I can’t believe today is the first time since November 2010 that we won consecutive games by atleast 10 points

  16. Jason From Jamrock Says:

    I know the offseason was not the usual, so we could expect injuries of this nature. However both receivers had hammy issues last year. the strength and conditioning coaches need to step up (how many strength n condition’g coaches do we have again?)

  17. Jeff Says:

    Six weeks and he’ll be back on track.

  18. rrsrq Says:

    Well, there was a Tyler Johnson sighting, maybe some work with Brady this week will help

  19. Bucfanforever Says:

    Jeff, they did it last year, Falcons/Jaguars. Still, the winning in the past was lacking.

  20. Dano407 Says:

    Godwin is a huge loss for the offense because he doesn’t drop balls. He’s probably the best catcher in the NFL

  21. View from 132 Says:

    Lots of leg injuries all over the NFL. It’s simple – no preseason, limited camp. There is a reason guys always had almost two months to get on the field at full speed. Hope he’s okay and it didn’t linger. Great receiver.

  22. ModHairKen Says:

    Folks, just enjoy today.

  23. Cainishere Says:

    This leads me to the topic once again, STRENGTH and CONDITIONING.
    Very important. Both receivers who ended their HOF season last year with Hamstring injuries OBVIOUSLY have not been conditioned correctly.
    Blame the short camp and no preseason but the truth is once they were hurt last year they should have been under re-conditioning and clearly they have not.
    Bring in your rookie WR and run him deep while the fellas heal.
    Looks like even if Arians hates TE he is going to have to use them for sure now.
    GO BUCS!!!!

  24. JameisAlmighty Says:

    Heal up fast and get ur 12 back when you sign with a new and better organization that isn’t doomed with poor management, coaching, and a terrible Oline.

  25. SOEbuc Says:

    Officially first in the NFC South. We know how you feel with those ugly jerseys ATL.

  26. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Hydration. I said it last year–the trainers should line up the team and make them drink water by the numbers so that they can know exactly what their intake is–if they have to. Obviously, the players are not responsible enough to monitor their own fluids intake.

    Also, if they (especially skill players) are eating creatine during the season, they need to stop. Creatine makes it more difficult to stay hydrated properly. If I catch a player with history of hamstring pulls taking creatine during the season, I’d fine the heck out of them.

    They can mail my consulting fee.

  27. Cainishere Says:

    Remember the “Golden Rule” on hydration. Urinate clear and you are hydrated well. Urinate yellow and the darker it is the more dehydrated you are.
    I am not thinking hydration was too much of an issue, I think it’s more along the lines of improper strength and conditioning or lack there of.
    I think Watson’s injury was the only injury that conditioning and strength would not have helped to prevent. Sorry to sound like a broken record but . . .
    Thanks guys. I hate it when folks become hurt.
    GO BUCS!!!!

  28. Clean House Says:

    I’ve been saying since last season- the sports scientist can’t figure out how to train legs

  29. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    Cainishere Says:
    “I think Watson’s injury was the only injury that conditioning and strength would not have helped to prevent.”

    Initial report called it a shoulder injury, but I think he got a neck stinger. I could be wrong. The way he was holding his wrist, it reminded me of how people act after their arm goes numb from a pinched nerve.

  30. Cobraboy Says:

    Hamstring and other muscle injuries have been around as long as athletes and legs have been.

    At least the rehab is better today…

  31. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    It was great to see Gronk making catches again!
    W/o Chris Godwin, we are gonna need Gronk to beat the Chargers.

  32. Buccfan37 Says:

    Give Godwin his original uniform number back. Let Brady wear 00.

  33. Buc Bro Says:

    Bucs were smart not to pay him after one good season.