NFC South injury report: Falcons, Bucs stay healthy in Week 6

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The Falcons and Buccaneers left Sunday healthy and with a win.

It was a good weekend for the NFC South, as the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers not only both won but also avoided any injuries on Sunday.

The Falcons stayed undefeated with a last-second 23-20 win over the Oakland Raiders. With no injuries to report from the win and the bye week on the horizon, Atlanta should be the healthiest it has been all season when it returns to the filed on Oct. 28 against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Meanwhile, Tampa Bay can say the same after an easy 38-10 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. The team should be at full-strength going forward, with the exception of Aqib Talib, who was suspended by the NFL for four games last week.

Both the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers were off this past weekend. The time off might have been enough to get Jabari Greer, Lance Moore, Jon Beason and Chris Gamble back on the field.

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