When (if) the Buffalo Bills play the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday night, linebacker Matt Milano will be sidelined. Following a strained pectoral in Buffalo’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders, Milano was unable to practice all week, and the Bills declared him Out for the game.
In addition to Milano’s injury, seven players ended up with a Questionable designation. With the game pushed to Tuesday, we might see most of these players appear in some fashion. That includes guards Cody Ford (groin) and Brian Winters (knee), who were limited participants on Saturday. John Brown was practicing earlier in the week, but tweaked something and came up limping from a catch. What was listed as a calf injury earlier now is a knee ailment. Two players who missed last week, running back Zack Moss (toe) and linebacker Del’Shawn Phillips (quad) practiced in full. Receiver/returner Andre Roberts (ankle) was a limited participant on Saturday.
One very important situation to watch is star cornerback Tre’Davious White (back). He didn’t practice at all this week, though the Bills labeled him as Questionable nonetheless. The Tennessee receiving corps is, thankfully, banged up. A.J. Brown has been dealing with a bone bruise, and other players landed on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Two key players were listed for injury this week, but finished up in a good place. Josh Allen (shoulder) was a full participant all week, and will play. Cole Beasley (foot) was a full participant on Saturday and will also play.