Three Important Buffalo Bills Players Are Out for Sunday
The Buffalo Bills will be playing the Cleveland Browns at Ford Field in Detroit this Sunday at 1 pm.
The game was originally supposed to be played in Orchard Park this Sunday, but because of the lake effect snowstorm that is currently striking the southern part of the City of Buffalo and the surrounding southtowns, the game was moved to Detroit out of safety for the players and fans.
The snow will be gone by Sunday morning, but with the all the cleanup efforts needed and the resources needed for the community, the game was moved to help keep people safe.
The Bills are also dealing with injuries. They have only conducted one normal practice this week, due to an illness that swept through the locker room this week and with all the injuries.
On Friday, head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that three key starters are out for Sunday's game.
Edge rusher Greg Rousseau, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and cornerback Tre'Davious White will mot play on Sunday.
Rousseau is still week-to-week with a high ankle sprain, while Edmunds left Sunday's game against Minnesota with an injury and did not practice this week, so they are not a surprise.
The field turf in Detroit has come under fire this season for potentially unsafe conditions and with two straight games at Ford Field, it's easy to think that Tre White won't be back until December.
The Bills defense will once again be short-handed. They play arguably the best running back in the NFL this Sunday, Nick Chubb.