澳门金沙城中心赌场队有一个季前赛比赛还剩下几个名册和深度图表和仍然决定切入到53分的球员之前进行。上场比赛中，专门向书，概括和年轻球员，所以它是为那些对泡沫的极好机会，使一个很好的印象结束。\n\n第一年进攻前锋迈克·利特克那没有等到最后的机会，也没有新秀跑卫肖恩·威尔逊。同时六年级防守端威尔Gholston可能已经不是作为一个山爬在训练营开始的陡，我仍然争夺上场时间在一组线务员的也就是更深入的比这是一年前。 Gholston没有等到最后一分钟才让他的印象，无论是。\n\n三者的那些是其中的海盗玩家在周五晚上的33-30输给底特律雄狮队表现最好，而所有这三个具体有没有通过证明能够执行多个任务的帮助过自己的。\n\n利特克的故事可能是最好的三个，我就开始训练营，以及下降的深度图表和周五晚上的是左边开始解决。这利特克开始了，当然，这种做法场损伤的结果多诺万史密斯，当他健康的世卫组织将肯定回到一线那个地方。和利特克也已经看到了自己的机会受到了伤病的成长如年轻的铲球伦纳德韦斯特，油菜加德纳和科尔 - 布泽尔，所有这些人都缺阵大部分训练营。主教练德克·科特在周六下午如前所述，利特克甚至不被认为是球队的头号之一 八 当进攻选择铲球开始营，主要是工作中。But what matters is that Liedtke has seized that opportunity, and handled a new position quite well. The Buccaneers only allowed one sack against the Lions and Liedtke played 85% of the offensive snaps.\n\n"I think he's really handled it well," said Koetter of Liedtke's extended cameo on the quarterbacks' blind side. "Mike's always been a guy that's prided himself on versatility. He's bounced around a couple teams and I know that Mike has told me before that he's appreciated his opportunity here because he got to learn the system. You get to learn what you're doing and what's expected of you at your position, or your positions, in his case.\n\n"Versatility definitely counts. I know across the league, O-Linemen are going down. When you get down to just having seven guys up, active on a real game day, guys that can play multiple spots is important."\n\nOn the other side of the trenches, the Buccaneers are almost as beat up at defensive tackle. Pro Bowler Gerald McCoy is still playing but the team was without its next three players on the depth chart at DT on Friday night: rookie Vita Vea and veterans Beau Allen and Mitch Unrein. Gholston is no stranger to taking some snaps inside, and his power game lends itself to holding up against run blocks, but against the Lions Gholston actually started on the inside next to McCoy. He used that opportunity inside to notch one of the Bucs' three sacks, his occurring on third down and killing a Lions drive."We’re missing players at multiple positions," said Koetter. "I thought Will Gholston had a really good night. He's showing his versatility by playing inside some. So I thought he did a nice job."\n\nFinally there's Wilson, the undrafted rookie out of Duke. A smaller but explosive back with great speed, Wilson has handled most of the team's kickoff return duties over the last two games. He got few chances to bring kicks out against the Titans in Week Two but Detroit – whether by design or not – kicked all but one of their seven kickoffs short of the goal line. Wilson averaged 26.6 yards on five returns, got 30 or more yards on three of them and every single one of his returns got at least to the 25-yard line and was thus as good as a touchback.\n\nThe return job certainly seems like Wilson's most direct path to a roster spot, but Koetter was actually pleased with everything the rookie back did on Friday night. That included three runs for 10 yards and one catch for 11 yards.\n\n"I think you'd have to say he helped himself, not only on kickoffs but just the way he played in all facets of the game last night," said Koetter. "He was definitely slowed around that Miami game that he missed with his injury, and you're never sure exactly when they're back to a hundred percent. But he really showed up last night and he helped himself, for sure."\n\nLiedtke got his chance to shine thanks to a run of O-Line injuries, and as unfair as it may to players like Wester and Gardner, that can factor into the roster decisions made a week from now. Similarly, Wilson moved up a spot in the pecking order when Charles Sims landed on injured reserve last week. None of the injuries that led to Gholston's start at defensive tackle on Friday night appear to be long-term issues, but that doesn't diminish the value that Gholston has shown by playing multiple spots. Those three players helped themselves Friday night, and they will continue to help themselves with their versatility.