Finally, mercifully, the Buffalo Bills will be back on the football field this evening at Ford Field for their postponed, "home" matchup against the New York Jets.
The team traveled out to Detroit from a snow-bound Buffalo on Friday, and held team practices at the Lions' facilities on both Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. The Jets, meanwhile, conducted three normal practices on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of last week.
Only three players on the Bills' injury report are listed as questionable or worse for tonight's game: defensive end Jarius Wynn (knee) is out, and running back Fred Jackson (groin) and cornerback Ron Brooks (groin) are both listed as questionable. Jackson, however, is expected to play despite his questionable designation.
Wynn injured his knee in the Bills' loss to Kansas City on November 9, and has not played since. Brooks has not played since a Week 8 win over the Jets; prior to that, he'd been the team's top special teams performer. Jackson, of course, missed last Thursday night's loss to Miami, but had played the previous week against Kansas City, and should be good to go tonight.