This Week's Game Against the Chiefs: Make or Break for the Bills' Playoff Hopes

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We know about the Bills injuries, but the Chiefs are hurting too

It was just announced that the Chiefs will be without their starting running back Isiah Pacheco, as well as their starting right tackle, Donovan Smith. On the defensive side, safety Bryan Cook and linebacker Drue Tranquill are out. Additionally, they have three receivers who are nursing injuries but should play, Rashee Rice, Skyy Moore, and Kadarius Toney. In the secondary, corner L'Jarius Sneed could be slowed with a knee injury but is likely to play.

The Bills got some good news, Dalton Kincaid will be on the field despite his recent thumb injury but Dawson Knox, though questionable, is likely to play as well. It'll be interesting to see how offensive coordinator Joe Brady utilizes these two tight ends together, as this will be his first time calling plays with both of them on the field. Also, Dane Jackson is a go after suffering a recent concussion and that is a big plus as well for the Bills.