Bills Players Who Will Not Play Tonight Against The Chiefs
The Buffalo Bills play the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football tonight on NBC. It marks the first time the Bills will play under the lights for the first time this season and this game is a rematch of the AFC Championship game from this past January.
The Bills have been dealing with injuries to key players, especially on defense, and the biggest question going into the game tonight was would starting linebacker Matt Milano play?
The answer to that question is "no."
The Bills have released their list of inactives and linebacker Matt Milano is out of tonight's game with a hamstring injury.
The Chiefs will also not have defensive lineman Chris Jones, who was also a game-time decision for tonight's game.
It's not surprising that Milano will not play. He didn't practice until Friday and was limited. The weather forecast (rain and threat of thunderstorms) does not help matters, and may have been another deciding factor in whether or not he played tonight.
The Bills will have to contend with the Chiefs high-powered offense of Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce without Milano and their pass pressure will be a huge key in that; which is why defensive end A.J. Epenesa playing helps.
Kickoff tonight is at 8:20 pm.