The Buffalo Bills have only ruled out two players for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Marquise Goodwin and Tony Steward are out for the second consecutive week for Buffalo. Only one other player is questionable for this week's contest. Here's a look at the team's injury report and game status.
|Player||Position||Injury||Sept. 16||Sept. 17||Sept. 18|
|Corey Graham||CB||Concussion||Limited Part.||Limited Part.||Full Part.|
|Percy Harvin||WR||Hip||DNP||Full Part.||Full Part.|
|LeSean McCoy||RB||Hamstring||-||Limited Part.||Limited Part.|
Corey Graham exited Buffalo's Week 1 contest against the Colts with a concussion, but it appears that he's ready to go on Sunday. Graham is among Buffalo's best defenders so having him in the lineup will benefit the Bills against the Patriots.
Percy Harvin led all Bills receivers (5-79-1) in Week 1 and had a rest day on Wednesday. He'll be ready to play against the Patriots. In two career games, Harvin has recorded 10 receptions for 148 yards.
Last, LeSean McCoy is questionable for Buffalo's first AFC East battle of the season. The running back dealt with hamstring soreness at practice and has been limited since. The Bills will need as many playmakers as possible on Sunday, so hopefully McCoy will be ready to go.