NFL inactives, Week 13: Buccaneers vs. Broncos

Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

Brandon Stokley and Robert Ayers are both inactive on Sunday as the Broncos go for their seventh straight win.

The Buccaneers and Broncos meet in Week 14 in a great cross-conference game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Sunday. The Bucs are attempting to stay above .500 and start a new winning streak as the final month of the season kicks off. They will be without wide receivers David Douglas and David Gilreath, however, as both are inactive this week. The Bucs are relatively healthy entering the game, as they had just four players listed as probable. Here's their full list of inactives:

The Broncos had more health concerns entering Week 13, with Robert Ayers, Brandon Stokley, and Chris Clark all listed as questionable. Ayers and Stokley will not play against the Bucs, taking away key weapons on each side of the ball. Stokley is a reliable option in the middle of the field and has been productive in almost every game he's played this season. Here are the Broncos inactives:

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