NFL inactives, Week 15: Buccaneers vs. Saints

Chris Graythen

The Buccaneers and Saints will clash in a game that is expected to produce quite a few points.

In a battle of two extremely desperate NFC South teams, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take on the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes Benz Superdome on Sunday afternoon.

The playoffs are all but a pipe dream for New Orleans after losing to the New York Giants last weekend. The Saints had too much to overcome after a brutal start, and have fallen behind the pack in the NFC.

Their inactives for today, according to the Saints' Twitter: Running back Chris Ivory, corner Corey White, offensive lineman Zach Strief, linebacker Scott Shanle, defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker, tight end Michael Higgins, defensive end Turk McBride.

Tampa Bay still has an outside chance at reaching the postseason, but the prospects aren't rosy after losing in the final seconds to the Philadelphia Eagles last week.

The Buccaneers' inactives are as follows, according to their official Twitter page: Corner LeQuan Lewis, running back Michael Smith, linebacker Najee Goode, guard Roger Allen, wide receiver David Douglas, and defensive tackles Corvey Irvin and Matthew Masifilo.

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