The Buffalo Bills are coming into Kansas City with a few key injuries on the offensive side, including their newly acquired weapon Kelvin Benjamin.
The Kansas City Chiefs certainly have nothing positive to say about the way they’re entering Sunday’s game with absolutely zero momentum and an ever-diminishing division lead. Fortunately the Buffalo Bills have about the same level of excitement given their own losing streak and current level of injuries.
The Bills are only a couple weeks from having acquired a brand new No. 1 wide receiver in Kelvin Benjamin, but he’s been sitting out practice all week after having his knee injured in the team’s devastating loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Benjamin only has 4 catches for 62 receiving yards in his first two games.
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The biggest hits for the Bills on the injury report can all be seen along the offensive line where the trio of John Miller, Dion Dawkins and Cordy Glenn have all missed practice this week. Dawkins has been out with an illness, so if he’s feeling better, he should be back to normal and the rookie has played relatively well for the Bills this year. Glenn has only started 5 games this year.
In addition, the Bills could be without back Mike Tolbert in the running game if practice reports hold true. Tolbert has 50 rushes for 179 yards and 1 touchdown so far this season.
Others have been limited in practice, including wide receiver Jordan Matthews, tight end Charles Clay, kicker Steven Hauschka, and wideout Deonte Thompson.
You can see the full list of injuries for the Bills and Chiefs here.