DE - TB
Week 6 Outlook
Reports are that defensive end William Gholston has struggled in camp and may be on the bubble for the final cuts. He only was able to earn third-team reps in the second half of the first preseason contest.
With a revamped defensive line in Tampa Bay, Gholston may be a player that IDP owners will want to monitor the situation with. Plan "B" may be in order.
William Gholston suffered a "scary" neck injury nearly three weeks ago. One that didn't look favorable for the rest of the season. He is on track after some time off to return in Week 12 against divisional rivals Atlanta.
If Gholston is on the waiver wire and you're in need of a Defensive lineman he could be fresh for this contest and warrant a start.
William Gholston (neck) has been ruled out early Week 10. He suffered the neck injury in Week 9 and remains in a neck brace.
With the injury at the time being called "scary" we may not see Gholston for the remainder of the year.
William Gholston (neck) went down and was extensively treated on the field. He had to be stretchered off the field.
No current update to the depth of the injury. His situation should be monitored. The word "scary" was used, owners may want to seek another player for Week 10.
The Bucs have allowed 77 points in two weeks. Granted, not all of the scoring came against the defense, but it is hard to win when you let up that kind of point total. William Gholston had his best game of the year thus far. He finished with six solo tackles.
This was a decent game from Gholston, but he does not maintain the sack numbers needed for a defensive end to make him relevant in IDP leagues. Look elsewhere if you need an end on your roster.