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Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins Week 15 Game

Buffalo will be without the services of Charles Clay.

Buffalo Bills at Washington Redskins


Charles Clay – TE

Nigel Bradham – LB

Ron Brooks – CB

Seantrel Henderson – OT


Karlos Williams – RB

Bacarri Rambo – S

Mario Williams – DE


Jerome Felton – FB

John Miller – OG

Robert Woods – WR

Preston Brown – LB

Three starters and a reserve cornerback have been ruled out for Buffalo on Sunday. Clay, the team’s leader in receptions, is the most significant loss for Buffalo. Wthout him in the lineup, the team will see Chris Gragg and Nick O’Leary at tight end. Also on the offensive side of the ball, Henderson will miss another game. It’s been reported that the offensive tackle has Crohn’s disease.

Defensively, Nigel Bradham just isn’t ready to take the field due to his ankle injury. The team hasn’t been able to find anyone to step in for Bradham since he suffered the injury. Reserve cornerback Ron Brooks will also miss time due to a concussion and neck issue.

Buffalo’s questionable list also contains some key players. Karlos Williams is looking to return from a shoulder injury. The rookie running back has been a great complement to LeSean McCoy this season and Buffalo would love to see him return before the end of the season. Rambo will look to play on Sunday against the team that previously released him. He’s stepped up nicely for Buffalo in the last few weeks so missing Rambo would be a big loss for Buffalo. Last, Mario Williams is dealing with an illness but expect him to play on Sunday.

Washington Redskins


Perry Riley – LB

Andre Roberts –WR


Jason Hatcher – DE

Jeron Johnson – S

Keenan Robinson – LB

Chris Thompson – RB


Will Compton – LB

Dashon Goldson – S

Ryan Grant – WR

DeAngelo Hall – CB

DeSean Jackson – WR

Trent Williams – OT

Washington has only ruled out two players on Sunday, but they also have four players who enter the game as questionable. The Redskins have a long injury list, much like Buffalo, but they appear to be the healthier team entering Sunday’s game.



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