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Buffalo Bills DT Kyle Williams isn't expected to play on Monday Night Football

Kyle Williams, the heart and soul of Buffalo's defense, is unlikely to play on Monday Night Football according to Rex Ryan

The Buffalo Bills will need all of their best players to perform well on Monday Night Football if the team hopes to upset the New England Patriots. Unfortunately for Buffalo, it appears the team will be without defensive tackle Kyle Williams.

Bills head coach Rex Ryan said it's unlikely that Williams will be ready to play this week. During his weekly appearance on WGR-550 Ryan said, "I don't think he's going to be ready to go this week" when asked about Williams. Ryan noted that the defensive tackle is working hard to get back on the field.

Williams has been out of action since suffering a knee injury against the Cincinnati Bengals. Having Williams back at 100 percent for the home stretch will certainly help the Bills defense, but it appears they'll have to wait at least another week for the veteran to return. In his place, Corbin Bryant will get the start. 

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