Bills left tackle Jason Peters got through another practice on Friday, but is still waiting to see if he'll be activated for Sunday's game.
"I feel ready," said Peters after practice Friday. "Just going through the plays today and the day before, I feel real good."
At this point Dick Jauron has chosen to go right up until the Saturday 4pm deadline to make a decision on Peters availability for Sunday.
"We'll put that one off as long as we can and see what happens and see how he feels see how we feel," said Jauron. "Jason had another good day of practice."
So Peters for now will simply hope he's added to the roster before 4pm Saturday.
"I can't wait until coach comes up to me on Saturday, I think he's going to tell me Saturday if I'm activated or not," he said. "If it was up to me, I would want to play. But it's not, and I'm just going to wait on him to make the decision."
With respect to the scheme Peters feels confident in his ability to execute effectively should he be thrust into the lineup come Sunday.
"I'm 100 percent comfortable," he said. "I know all of the plays, all of the checks, all of the audibles, the snap counts, the cadences, no-huddle plays, I know all of that."
Peters said if he's activated and has a question about something in the game he'll lean on his linemate.
"Doc [Derrick Dockery] helps me out when I have a question," said Peters. "He even asked me a question today, and I helped him out, so it (goes) both ways."
When asked if he feels he'll play on Sunday based on the number of snaps he's taken in practice this week, Peters answered in the affirmative.
"Most likely, I probably will be, but it's his decision," said Peters of his head coach. "Hopefully he'll activate me, but if not, I'll just prep myself to get ready for Oakland."