Bucs Depth Chart: Battle For Davin Joseph's Replacement Wages On

With Davin Joseph out for the year with a torn patellar tendon, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in need of a new starting right guard.

Ted Larsen is the favorite to win the job, since he has started 14 games for the Bucs over the last two seasons. Though, according to Sander from Bucs Nation, "he lacks power in the run game and is too inconsistent as a pass-blocker."

Larsen started in the team's preseason game last week, though Derek Hardman and Jamon Meredith are likely to both get a shot in the Bucs' final preseason game on Wednesday.

Hardman is in his third season with the Buccaneers, after playing in college at Eastern Kentucky. He started four games in 2010, but didn't start any in 2011.

Meredith, who is in his first season in Tampa Bay, has not started a game since 2009.

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