Brace Hemmelgarn-US PRESSWIRE
The Buffalo Bills will once again be without two defensive starters (DE Mark Anderson and CB Aaron Williams) when they take on the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
The Buffalo Bills have concluded a week's worth of practices in preparation for Sunday's Week 12 road game against the Indianapolis Colts, and there are no major surprises on this week's injury report.
Two defensive starters, defensive end Mark Anderson and cornerback Aaron Williams, have once again been ruled out with their respective knee injuries. This will be the sixth consecutive game that Anderson has missed, while Williams will miss his third straight contest. Leodis McKelvin will once again replace Williams in the starting lineup, while Anderson's reps will be split mostly between Chris Kelsay and Kyle Moore.
Three more key contributors have been listed as questionable: fullback Corey McIntyre, wide receiver Brad Smith and defensive tackle Spencer Johnson. All three players practiced on Thursday and Friday after sitting out on Wednesday (or leaving early, in McIntyre's case), and all three are expected to suit up on Sunday.
As has become their custom since getting fined $20,000 for not properly disclosing Mario Williams' wrist injury early in the season, the Bills list a whopping 16 players as probable on the injury report. All 16 of these players will be healthy and ready to suit up in Indy: C.J. Spiller, Fred Jackson, Chris Hairston, Andy Levitre, Eric Wood, Mario Williams, Kelsay, Shawne Merriman, Kyle Williams, Marcell Dareus, Kelvin Sheppard, McKelvin, Justin Rogers, Ron Brooks, Jairus Byrd and Da'Norris Searcy.