Buccaneers G Alex Cappa breaks arm, finishes Saints game

New Orleans Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater passes in the first half of an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans Sunday Oct. 6 2019

New Orleans Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater passes in the first half of an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans Sunday Oct. 6 2019

"He broke his arm in the second quarter - played the entire game".

Head Coach Bruce Arians confirmed to the media Monday that Cappa did indeed break it during Sunday's matchup.

"We still are too soft", coach Bruce Arians said of his secondary. He'll miss a few weeks.

Cappa told reporters after the game that his injury was "just a bruise". But it's next man up, ' he added.

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In Cappa's place, the Buccaneers are likely to turn to backup guard Earl Watford.

The injured signal caller says the Saints offense kicked it up to another level against Tampa Bay.

If the first month of this season showed the potential for an improved Bucs defense, with Shaq Barrett leading the National Football League in sacks and Tampa Bay second with nine takeaways, then Sunday's game against the Saints made you question just how far they'd come from a historically bad defense previous year.

Here is our weekly list of the most disappointing players from Sunday's loss. To compound the Buccaneers' problems, right tackle Demar Dotson left Sunday's game with calf and hamstring injuries, and he's also expected to miss next Sunday's game in London against the Panthers. "You can't make excuses".

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