Bills could miss 2 D starters | Shark Bites | Draft Sharks

The Bills might need to go without 2 key defensive starters Sunday at Detroit.  DT Kyle Williams and OLB Nigel Bradham have missed practice Wednesday and Thursday because of the knee injuries they suffered in Week 4.  Williams' absence would hurt the overall D more, as he's 1 of the best interior linemen in the league.  Bradham has performed well in his 1st shot as a full-time player.  But if he's out Sunday, rookie Preston Brown looks like a capable replacement.  Make sure you get some insurance if you're hoping to have Williams or Bradham in your IDP lineup.

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Bills DE Shaq Lawson (hamstring) is active for today's game against the Texans. CB Levi Wallace (ankle) is OUT. Both players entered the day questionable. Wallace's absence leaves Buffalo without its starting outside CB opposite Tre'Davious White. That's good news for Houston WR Kenny Stills (with Will Fuller out).

Bills LB Matt Milano (hamstring) is out for today's game against the Jaguars. That should leave Ramon Humber returning to the OLB job he occupied to begin the season.

Bills LB Matt Milano missed practice Wednesday and Thursday with a hamstring injury and isn't expected to practice Friday, according to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News. "Sounds like it will be tough for him to play" against the Jaguars on Sunday, Skurski tweeted. Add that to the Bills entering the game as 8- to 8.5-point underdogs, and we've removed Milano from the bottom of our playoff IDP rankings.

Bills DT Kyle Williams (groin) is active for today's game against the Colts after entering the day questionable. He's an upside D-line option in IDP leagues in a nice matchup. Buffalo will also have top CB Tre'Davious White, who was able to clear the concussion protocol this week after last Sunday's vicious cheap shot from Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski. Slot CB Leonard Johnson (knee), however, is inactive.

Bills OLB Ramon Humber (thumb) and S Jordan Poyer (knee) are active for tonight's game against the Jets. Poyer remains risky for IDP lineups. Humber's a better bet to make it through the game and to find tackle opportunities.

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