Buffalo Bills: Good news in the Week 15 injury report

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The Buffalo Bills are dealing with several injured players, but a few could be able to return for Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions.

The Buffalo Bills are reaching that point in the season where the injuries began to stack up.

LeSean McCoy has been limited in practice this week with a hamstring injury, while Stephen Hauschka‘s status was questionable as well after he took his cheap shot.

In good news, both aren’t ruled out for Sunday.

Both McCoy and Hauschka are questionable, as are Logan Thomas and Chris Ivory.

Perhaps the best news of all is that Derek Anderson is finally out of the concussion protocol. He had been in that since the Monday night game against the New England Patriots back in October. That is a scary situation and hopefully he is back to full health.

Anderson was brought to Buffalo to be a mentor to Josh Allen, but got put into the starting role when the rookie got hurt and Nathan Peterman was deemed too bad to play.

Anderson will not be needed the rest of the season, even if something did happen to Allen. Matt Barkley should be set in as the backup, especially after his amazing performance against the New York Jets. Talk about a great debut.

The Bills are not entirely healthy, but it is good to see the injury report filled with more questionables than doubtfuls. McCoy is the big name to watch as we get closer to Sunday afternoon, but the fact he is questionable may mean he at least tries to give it a go.

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What he can’t do is say he is healthy then go out there and make it worse. Not in the midst of a losing season.