Six Buffalo Bills players are questionable for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams, but only one of them - Aaron Williams - is looking especially iffy to play.
Six Buffalo Bills players have been listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 14 showdown with the visiting St. Louis Rams - and that's on top of the two (center Eric Wood and defensive end Mark Anderson) that have already been ruled out.
Stevie Johnson is the headline act among the questionable players, though as he's practiced on each of the last two days, it's expected that he'll line up and play on Sunday. The same is true of four more players, key contributors all: Spencer Johnson, Chris White (the team's top special teams player), Leodis McKelvin and Justin Rogers.
That leaves Aaron Williams as the "most questionable questionable," if you will. Bills head coach Chan Gailey went out of his way to explain that Williams is not yet completely healthy, and that he's not interested in getting Williams back into the lineup unless he's as close to 100 percent as possible. So basically, it's not looking likely that Williams will suit up this weekend.
As has become their custom, the team also lists 13 players as probable. All of those players are near-certain bets to play, and the only noteworthy name on the list this week is receiver Donald Jones, who missed last week's win over Jacksonville with a calf injury.