Washington 30 Tampa Bay 3


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Well, that was not pretty.  Still I wouldn’t put much stock, if any, in the result of this game.  Like I mentioned before, the fourth preseason matchup features almost exclusively backups.  If we learned anything from this game, it is that Tampa Bay doesn’t have great depth, but that isn’t overly surprising.  Neither of the top two running backs played and the rest of the guys struggled to get anything going.  Tiquan Underwood stood out a bit, receiving 11 targets with 6 receptions for 82 yards.  He may have played himself onto the roster this performance and the fact that Schiano coached him while at Rutgers.  Shipley had a chance to prove his worth, but finished with one reception on his lone target.  It will be interesting to see how the WR position ends up after Jackson and Williams.  The final roster will be set tomorrow, and I should have an in depth post about the depth chart up soon after.

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