It's an unusual situation for any NFL team in the second half of the regular season, but in Week 10, Buffalo has a clean injury report, with not a single player from their 53-man roster dealing with an ailment of any kind.
"Everyone practiced and everyone was full go," said head coach Sean McDermott following Friday's practice.
When asked if that felt weird, McDermott acknowledged how fortunate they are as a team.
"Yeah probably a little bit, but these guys do a great job with their approach and their habits," he said of his players.
Players who were coming off injuries from last week's game or earlier were S Kurt Coleman (hamstring) and CB Kevin Johnson (knee), but both players practiced fully the last couple of days.
OT Cody Ford, who was active last week, but only played on special teams sounds as if he'll be able to re-assume his platoon role at right tackle with veteran Ty Nsekhe.
Coach McDermott indicated that playing time between the two will be determined before they get to Sunday.
"We'll see," McDermott said. "It'll be a game to game type situation. (Cody) had a good week of practice. They're both playing at a high level. They work together well and are helping each other out. Unselfish. Great collaboration and communication during the week."