When the Eagles runHold off another game on the Bo Jackson comparisons. Brown will face his stiffest test in his third start. The Bucs are first in the league in rushing defense (82.3 yards per game, 3.4 per carry) and have shut down some pretty good tailbacks. But when the Bucs faced elite running backs such as the Vikings' Adrian Peterson (123 yards) or the Redskins' Alfred Morris (113), they struggled. So Brown, who has rushed for 347 yards and four touchdowns in the last two games, could have some room to run. That being said, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and linebacker Lavonte David spearhead a Bucs run defense that is quick off the ball. If left guard Evan Mathis is a Pro Bowler this season, as some have suggested, he should be able to keep the 6-foot-4, 330-pound McCoy in check. David, a rookie, plays all three downs and leads the Bucs with 108 tackles, 17 for loss. Chosen in the second round out of Nebraska, David was available when the Eagles selected linebacker Mychal Kendricks 12 picks earlier.