Dec 22, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; The Buffalo Bills offense lines up against the Miami Dolphins defense during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Dolphins 19-0. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports
The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins will face off tomorrow, both coming off of upset victories in week 1 and both looking to take an early lead in the AFC East.
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The injury report looks like this for the Buffalo Bills.
The Buffalo Bills have 7 players listed on their injury report. Of the 7 there is only one player that is listed as being out for the game tomorrow. Keith Rivers has a groin injury and is listed as being out.
The Bills have two players listed as being doubtful for the game as well. Both Jonathan Meeks (Neck) and Lee Smith (toe) are listed as being doubtful for the game.
The other 4 players list on the report are listed as being probable for the game. Stephon Gilmore, Chris Hogan, Sammy Watkins and Aaron Williams are all listed as being probable but will all more than likely play in the game tomorrow.
For the Miami Dolphins, their injury report looks like this.
The Miami Dolphins have 14 players listed on their injury report for tomorrow’s game. Of the 14 listed, there are three players that are listed as being out. Terrence Fede, Mike Pouncey, and Jordan Tripp are all listed as being out for tomorrow.
Koa Misi and Billy Turner are listed as being doubtful for the game against the Bills.
The other 9 players listed on the injury report are all listed as being probable for the game. These players are Walt Aikens, Charles Clay, Chris McClain, Knowshon Moreno, Derek Shelby, Dion Sims, Randy Starks, Mike Wallace, and Philip Wheeler.
The Miami Dolphins are hurting at the linebacker position this week as most of their starters and back-ups are in someway injured or not playing in tomorrows game. This should be taken advantage of by the Bills and continue with their run heavy attack and not let the Dolphins secondary get a break. If they can get to the second level, the Bills will be highly successful throughout the game.