NFL inactives, Week 14: Eagles vs. Buccaneers

Michael Heiman

Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy headline the inactives for the Eagles and Buccaneers on Sunday.

The Philadelphia Eagles are gearing up to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday afternoon in Raymond James Stadium, and they'll be doing so without some of the best talent in the NFL.

It's been a rough year to say the least for Andy Reid and his boys, and the hits just keep coming. The group has been banged up all season, especially on offense. The tone was set in the offseason when tackle Jason Peters was lost for the year. Since then, things haven't been a whole lot better.

Per the Eagles Insider, Philadelphia's list of inactives for Sunday:

Quarterback Michael Vick, wide receiver Greg Salas, running backs LeSean McCoy and Chris Polk, safety Kurt Coleman, offensive lineman Matt Kopa and defensive lineman Mike Patterson.

Tampa Bay isn't much healthier, with its offensive line in tatters. The Buccaneers lost Carl Nicks and Davin Joseph to injured reserve, but have perservered to a 6-6 record.

The Bucs inactives for Sunday, per their official Twitter: Corner LeQuan Lewis, running back Michael Smith, linebacker Najee Goode, wide receivers David Douglas and David Gilreath, and defensive linemen Matthew Masifilo and Roy Miller.

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