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Buffalo Bills inactives, Week 13: Mitch Morse good to go vs. Dallas Cowboys

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The Bills’ center is ready to play

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The Buffalo Bills take on the Dallas Cowboys this afternoon, and they hope to celebrate Thanksgiving Day with a big victory over a quality opponent. While Dallas plays on Thanksgiving Day every year, the Bills haven’t played on the National Holiday since 1994, when they dropped a 35-21 decision to the Detroit Lions.

Buffalo had a few key players appear on the injury report this week, and now that we know who’s active and who’s inactive, their status is no longer a mystery. Mitch Morse, the team’s starting center, is active today. Here’s who’s in and who’s out for the Bills this week.


RB T.J. Yeldon

Nothing to see here, as the Bills deactivate Yeldon again with Frank Gore and Devin Singletary healthy. Senorise Perry continues to appear as the third-running-back-in-name-only, as he will only play special teams barring an injury.

WR Duke Williams

With Robert Foster listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury suffered last week, many assumed that Williams would be active this week. Alas, Foster is ready to roll, so Williams once again remains a healthy scratch.

TE Tommy Sweeney

Buffalo’s top three tight ends—Tyler Kroft, Dawson Knox, and Lee Smith—are all healthy, so Sweeney remains a healthy scratch.

T Ty Nsekhe

Nsekhe will be out for the foreseeable future thanks to an ankle injury he suffered against the Miami Dolphins. Cody Ford will start at right tackle, with Ryan Bates serving as the swing tackle.

G Ike Boettger

With center Mitch Morse healthy, Spencer Long remains the interior offensive line reserve, and Boettger remains a healthy scratch for the Bills.

DT Vincent Taylor

Nothing to see here, as Ed Oliver, Star Lotulelei, Jordan Phillips, and Corey Liuget are all healthy and active this week.

S Dean Marlowe

The veteran is a healthy scratch this week with Siran Neal having returned from a concussion.

The Cowboys had two defensive starters ruled out earlier in the week, with linebacker Leighton Vander Esch (neck) and defensive tackle Antwaun Woods (knee) ruled out on Wednesday. Starting safety Jeff Heath (shoulder) was subsequently ruled out, as well. Here is the full list of inactive players for the Cowboys: