Buffalo Bills Players Who Won’t Play Today Against The Texans
The Buffalo Bills are about to host the Houston Texans at Highmark Stadium this afternoon, as they hope to improve to a record of 3-1 on the 2021 regular season.
The Bills and Texans will both have to combat the weather, as rain showers are expected most of Sunday in Orchard Park.
The Bills will also be without a couple of key starters in their lineup: safety Jordan Poyer and guard Jon Feliciano, who were both rules out of today's game on Friday by head coach Sean McDermott.
The Bills released their inactives for today's game a few minutes ago.
Running back Matt Breida, cornerback Taron Johnson, defensive end Efe Obada and defensive tackle Vernon Butler all are inactive today.
Johnson was dealing with an injury as well and won't be able to go today for Buffalo. This means that cornerback Dane Jackson will get work at nickel corner for the Bills. Jaquan Johnson, Siran Neal and Cam Lewis should play more today as well. Lewis was elevated from the practice squad this week.
The Texans are missing linebacker Zack Cuningham and defensive lineman Ross Blacklock, who are both on the COVID-19 list. They will also be without cornerback Jimmy Moreland and wide receiver Danny Amendola.
Kickoff is at 1 pm at Highmark Stadium.