The Buffalo Bills have only one player with an injury designation this week.
The Buffalo Bills enter this weekend’s game with the Baltimore Ravens with little question about player’s available for the AFC Divisional Round. This week, the Bills have only one player, Darryl Johnson, with an injury designation. He didn’t practice at all this week but was listed as only questionable.
The good news is that a number of starters like Cole Beasley, Stefon Diggs, Tremaine Edmunds, and Ed Oliver missed some practice time this week but did not receive any injury designations. In fact, Beasley was the only one in this group who was not able to get a full practice on Thursday.
The Buffalo Bills starting slot receiver was limited for the third straight day.
The big change for the Buffalo Bills this week will be at running back as Zack Moss has been ruled out for the remainder of the playoffs. The rookie suffered an ankle injury against the Colts in the second half.
Sean McDermott earlier in the week said that they would be looking at all options, which included T.J. Yeldon, Antonio Williams and Christian Wade. The Bills also signed veteran Devonta Freeman, however, he seems unlikely to play with limited preparation time ahead of this game.
The Buffalo Bills head coach provided some clarity on Thursday about who could replace Moss by saying that T.J. Yeldon would be active. While he has been on the active roster all season, he hasn’t been active for a game since Week 5 against the Tennessee Titans.
It is also important to note that Sal Capaccio also tweeted that McDermott said he didn’t rule out calling up Antonio Williams even with Yeldon active. The undrafted rookie running back looked great in the second half against the Miami Dolphins in Week 17 with two rushing touchdowns.
However, the Buffalo Bills may want to go with the veteran in an important game like this.