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Rotate Starters Often To Rest For Green Bay?


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I hope we show the Bucs that we are heavyweights and they are light heavyweights. Weigh on them and put the game on ice early.

But being realistic, I don't see that happening. They are a tough team. Plus, they'll be at home and tired of losing to us. This one is going to come down to the DLines and the QBs.

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Better to win the games you should, even if you end up losing to a good team later. The last thing you want to do is rest your top players, lose to an inferior team, and then still not win against the powerhouse later.

Don't count your chickens and all that. Win the games you can and worry about the rest later. Shouldn't sub unless ahead by 21.

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We can win against Tampa and Seattle without playing our defensive starters every-down. Look for a healthy rotation of guys in and out on certain situations. We need to recover for that Packers game. Avenge the loss in the playoffs from last year and make a statement to the nay-sayers that we're for real.

Nope, we can't afford to slack on any of the games. One game at a time.

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We can win against Tampa and Seattle without playing our defensive starters every-down. Look for a healthy rotation of guys in and out on certain situations. We need to recover for that Packers game. Avenge the loss in the playoffs from last year and make a statement to the nay-sayers that we're for real.

The TB game is more important than the GB one. Plus this is the NFL, you start resting starters and you start loosing games you should win.

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