Bills Players Who Won’t Play Tonight Against the Packers
The Buffalo Bills are about to play their first Sunday Night Football game at home, with fans in the stands, since November of 2007 (New England).
The Bills host the Green Bay Packers for Sunday Night Football at Highmark Stadium in what should be a Bills victory, given how well they have played and how inconsistent the Packers have played on offense.
Green Bay has lost three straight games, to the likes of Daniel Jones, Zach Wilson and Taylor Heinicke. They face their biggest challenge by far this season against Allen.
The Bills won't have cornerback Tre'Davious White for this matchup, as he has not yet been activated to return to the 53-man roster. They also won't have tackle Spencer Brown, who was hurt in week 6 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Bills have just released their inactives and they have decided to sit Isaiah Hodgins, Baylon Spector, Tommy Sweeney and Brandin Bryant.
Running back Taiwan Jones and wide receiver Jake Kumerow are both active after entering tonight as questionable.
As for the Packers, they will be without their seemingly number one wide receiver, Allen Lazard, who hurt his shoulder in week 7. They will have both Sammy Watkins and Christian Watson to go along with Romeo Doubs against Buffalo.
The Bills offense should be able to take advantage of a Packers defense who has only had two interceptions this season, despite the good statistics otherwise, as they have not been challenged.
As for the Packers offense, running the ball might be the play tonight since they have had such a tough time in the passing game...but when you're paying Aaron Rodgers what he's being paid, they may feel like they have to throw the ball a certain number of times.