Four players have been ruled out for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
The Buffalo Bills have officially ruled out four players for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Buffalo will be without RB LeSean McCoy, TE Charles Clay, LB Nigel Bradham and S Aaron Williams.
In addition to the four players ruled out, CB Ronald Darby is questionable with a groin injury. According to Joe Buscaglia of WKBW-TV, Rex Ryan didn't sound optimistic about his rookie cornerback.
With two weeks remaining, it appears the Bills will be short-handed. Karlos Williams is expected to get the start at running back but he's still not 100 percent after suffering a shoulder injury a few weeks back. Mike Gillislee will complement Williams on Sunday.
Nick O'Leary is expected to see a significant role on offense with Clay being held out. Chris Gragg should also see time on the field.
In terms of players who should see playing time on Sunday, Ryan mentioned CB Mario Butler and WR Dezmin Lewis.
Buffalo is short-handed at cornerback entering the game but they may have dodged a bullet with Dez Bryant being listed as doubtful.