Whitner and Williams are just two of six players that will not play. Joining them are
For Whitner it will be the fourth game he’s missed this season. The safety missed games in Week 4 and Week 5 after undergoing thumb surgery, and when he returned in Week 6 against the Jets he suffered the bone bruise on his ankle that kept him out of last week’s game against Carolina.
The Bills are expected to have
Kyle Williams however, will be missing the first start of his NFL career. Though he suffered a knee injury early in last week’s game, and entered the game with a shoulder injury, the Week 7 game at Carolina was his 50th straight start. That consecutive start streak will come to an end Sunday with
With rookie tight end Shawn Nelson out, Buffalo will enter Sunday’s game with just two healthy tight ends for the second straight week. Offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt will be further restricted formationally in the run game with fullback Corey McIntyre also out.
Starting right tackle Jonathan Scott will miss a third straight start with a high ankle sprain and will be replaced by rookie