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Chiefs Bills Release Final Injury Report

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The Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills released their final injury report on Friday afternoon. Between both teams, six players were ruled out.

The Kansas City Chiefs will depart for Buffalo on Saturday morning for their road playoff game against the Buffalo Bills. The visitors released their final injury report that identified two players ruled out for Sunday night’s game.

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On the other hand, the Bills announced four players would miss the game for the Bills. Those players include Cornerback Christian Benford, Wide Receiver Gabe Davis, S Taylor Rapp, and LB Baylon Specter. Cornerback Taron Johnson is in the concussion protocol. Linebacker Terrell Bernard, carted off the field Monday night with an ankle injury, hobbled in the team’s walk-through practice.

The biggest name on offense is that of Wide Receiver, Stephon Diggs, who is nursing an injured foot. He’s listed as Limited in today’s practice, but the injury might be more severe than reported. He will be a game time decision.

The Kansas City Chiefs will be out for Sunday’s game without Left Tackle Wanya Morris (Concussion), Nose Tackle Derrick Nnadi, and Wide Receiver Skyy Moore. The Chiefs also noted that wide receivers Kadarius Toney and Justyn Ross were listed as questionable for the Bills game. Of the players sitting out, the loss of Nnadi does leave a hole in the Chiefs front four, but they have reserves that can fill in for his absence.

Undoubtedly, the Chiefs are in better health, and it’s also clear they have more able bodies to put on the field. A week ago, Patrick Mahomes picked apart the Dolphins’ defense, which was hindered by injuries. Still, the Bills are well-coached defensively and need some backups to rise to the occasion.

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Playing on a short week won’t help the Bills, but they have the advantage of playing at home. Some of the walking wounded will likely play Sunday, but how effective they’ll be in the cold temperatures remains to be seen.

The Chiefs and Bills are set to kick-off on Sunday at 5:30 CST. Chiefs fans can watch the game on CBS and Paramount Plus.

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