Oct 9, 2011; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills defensive back Jarius Byrd (31) reacts after a play against the Philadelphia Eagles in the first quarter at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills Injury and Weather

We are coming into week 2 and the Bills are playing host to the Carolina Panthers.   The Panthers are coming off a close loss to the Seattle Seahawks, 12-7, similar to the Bills’ 23-21 loss to the Patriots.  Both game were hard fought but just lacked that extra bit needed to over take their opponent.  Both teams will be looking for their first win of the season.

For tomorrows game the Bills and Panthers can expect to see a high of 67 with cloud cover.  There is a 10% chance of rain and a 12 mph wind coming from the SW.  Good day for football!

On the injury front the Bills have 6 players listed on the injury report.  Of the 6 listed 5 of them are listed as out.  Ron Brooks, Gilmore, Goodwin, Hopkins and Legursky are all listed as being out for tomorrows game.  Jarius Byrd is the only one that is listed as being Doubtful with a foot injury and had limited practice the entire week.

As for the Panthers, the have 8 listed on their injury report, but most listed are probable for tomorrows game.  Jon Beason, Dwan Edwards, Ben Hartstock, Domenik Hixon, Mike Mitchell, and Amini Silatolu are all listed as probable.  Kenion Barner and James Dockery are listed as out for the game.

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  • chas territo

    All teams have injuries, that is not the big problem, the big is how each team deals with them!? Will our Bills continue this week like they did last week?? I think they will and might even win this time! GO BILLS!!

  • Dennis Amo

    Chas, Thanks for your comment. I agree that it is how the teams deal with and handle the injuries. I think last week the Bills handled the Patriots WR without Gilmore the best the could and the did a great job. With Brooks out it leaves McKelvin with Rogers, so I think this will be the position to watch today.