Both the Bills and Rams will be missing key defensive linemen in Sunday’s game.
The difference is that the Bills have a lot more experience playing without defensive tackle Marcell Dareus this season. Dareus, who was suspended for the first four games, is inactive due to a hamstring injury suffered on Friday.
The Rams are missing three defensive linemen, however. Defensive end Robert Quinn, defensive tackle Michael Brockers and defensive end William Hayes are all out on Sunday afternoon. All three players were listed as questionable on Friday’s injury report and it’s a bad break for the Rams to have all three wind up on the wrong side of game-time decisions.
Running back Benny Cunningham, wide receiver Nelson Spruce, quarterback Sean Mannion and tackle Pace Murphy are the other inactive Rams.
Running back LeSean McCoy is active for the Bills and so is Reggie Bush in his return to his collegiate stomping grounds. Tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, quarterback Cardale Jones, defensive back Corey White, running back Jonathan Williams, offensive lineman Gabe Ikard and center Patrick Lewis round out the inactives.