With injuries piling up along the Tampa Bay defensive line, the Bucs could have just one of their top five defensive linemen healthy on Monday night.
Tampa Bay has yet to force a turnover in 2016 and is last among NFL teams with a -6 turnover differential.
The Tampa Bay defense is allowing opposing quarterbacks to complete 69.5 percent of their passes, the highest mark among NFL teams.
The Tampa Bay defense has forced just one turnover since Week 11.
The Tampa Bay defense will face St. Louis quarterback Case Keenum on Thursday night, who has been held under 140 passing yards in both of his 2015 starts.
The Tampa Bay defense will face New Orleans running backs Tim Hightower and C.J. Spiller on Sunday, with RB Mark Ingram (shoulder) lost for the season.
The Tampa Bay defense will likely be without DT Gerald McCoy (hand) on Sunday when they host the Atlanta Falcons.
The Tampa Bay defense has forced 11 turnovers over the last four weeks.
The Tampa Bay defense will likely face Philadelphia QB Mark Sanchez on Sunday with Sam Bradford (concussion) still in the NFL's concussion protocol.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without DE Jacquies Smith (ankle) when they host the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10.
The Tampa Bay defense will face QB Eli Manning in Week 9, who is coming off a huge performance in Week 8.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have used five combinations of players in six games in their secondary.
The Tampa Bay Times notes turnovers as the likely key to the Week 7 matchup between the Buccaneers and Washington Redskins.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are allowing 29.6 points per game this season, the most among all 32 NFL teams.