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Bills vs. Bengals injury report, 2015 NFL Week 6: LeSean McCoy probable

Buffalo's star running back returns to the lineup for a big game against the undefeated Bengals, but will their starting quarterback join him there?

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The Buffalo Bills are undoubtedly banged up heading into their Week 6 showdown with the undefeated Cincinnati Bengals, but it's not all bad news.

For one, star running back LeSean McCoy has been listed as probable to play after practicing all week, and he'll be making his first appearance in the lineup since a Week 3 win over Miami. Even if he's on a so-called pitch count, his presence will help a Bills offense that has stalled out badly over the last two weeks.

Then there's quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who is on track to be a game-time decision despite several reports from earlier this week indicating that he could miss multiple games, not just this one. He may not play - if he doesn't, EJ Manuel will start - but Taylor's injury, at least, does not seem to be a long-term concern. Sammy Watkins looks to be a game-time decision, as well.

Here's the full injury report for tomorrow's big game. The only Bengals injury of note: cornerback Leon Hall is questionable with a back ailment.


  • RB Karlos Williams (concussion)
  • WR Marcus Easley (shoulder)


  • QB Tyrod Taylor (knee)
  • WR Sammy Watkins (calf)
  • WR Percy Harvin (hip)


  • RB LeSean McCoy (hamstring)
  • WR Chris Hogan (hamstring)
  • TE Charles Clay (calf)
  • OT Cordy Glenn (ankle)
  • OT Cyrus Kouandjio (knee)
  • OG John Miller (groin)
  • DL Marcell Dareus (hip)
  • ER Randell Johnson (hand)
  • CB Ron Brooks (thumb)
  • Bacarri Rambo (quad)