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Bills vs. Chiefs inactives, 2015 NFL Week 12: three starters down

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The Buffalo Bills will be without three starters for today's huge game against the Chiefs, including half of their star-studded defensive line.

The Buffalo Bills have named their seven inactive players for today's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Four are injured players (three of those starters), and the remaining three are healthy scratches.

  • QB Josh Johnson (healthy scratch)
  • WR Marcus Easley (concussion)
  • OT Cyrus Kouandjio (healthy scratch)
  • OG John Miller (ankle)
  • OG Ryan Groy (healthy scratch)
  • DL Kyle Williams (knee)
  • DL Mario Williams (foot)

Williams, Williams, and Miller are the three starters down for the Bills; they'll be replaced by Alex Carrington, Corbin Bryant, and Kraig Urbik in the lineup, respectively. Easley being down is a big loss for Buffalo's special teams, as well. Johnson, Kouandjio, and the newly-signed Groy are all healthy scratches, meaning that typical healthy scratch Gabe Ikard is active, and the top interior reserve today.

If you were wondering, the Chiefs' inactives are quarterback Aaron Murray, running back Charcandrick West, receiver De'Anthony Thomas, guard Ben Grubbs, defensive lineman Allen Bailey, defensive lineman David King, and pass rusher Dee Ford.