Ladell Betts got "sick" and couldn't practice, just our luck. C-Griff had ankle issues, London Fletcher had a McRib injury, and the Post reports that James Thrash and Sean Taylor will both miss another week. Even assuming that Betts, Griff, and Fletcher all return, we'll likely be sans one of my favorite Redskins, Mike Sellers. Per the Official Site:
The Redskins do not have a backup fullback on the roster, so the team signed 13-year veteran tight end Brian Kozlowski on Friday. Kozlowski has versatility to play H-back or fullback and could see action as a lead blocker against Tampa Bay.
The Sellers injury is especially unfortunate because it could prevent us from attacking the only true weakness of the Tampa Bay defense. Though they're the 8th best D in the league currently (depending on who you ask, they're also the 2nd stingiest point defense in the league), they are crying uncle to over 100 rushing yards per game. To their credit they are giving up just 3.7 YPC, and we're only moving at a 4.0 clip, and that is with Mike Sellers. Without him I haven't the foggiest what to expect.
In other words, get well Mike Sellers, and do so quickly.