Tampa Bay Buccaneers Can Scratch Plans For Dennis Dixon

September 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Was reading something about a "three-headed monster" that the Bucs might have to worry about Sunday when they face defensive juggernaut Pittsburgh.
Raheem Morris can worry about one less "head" and the remaining guys would hardly constitute a "monster" in anyone's imagination.
Dennis Dixon is out. He injured his left knee against the Titans last Sunday and ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that injury is a torn lateral meniscus. It is the same knee that took Dixon out of the Heisman Trophy running when he was at Oregon, the same injury that cost the Ducks a shot at the national championship. He tore an ACL three years ago and now he'll have to undergo surgery again, albeit a lot less serious than the ACL.
Estimates are that he'll be out from three to five weeks.
That leaves Charlie Batch and Byron Leftwich as the Steeler signal callers available for duty on Sunday at Raymond James.
Now does anyone out there really think that Batch and Leftwich can be considered...

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