The Buffalo Bills will already be without the services of rookie wide receiver Robert Woods and WR Stevie Johnson sstill has not returned to practice as he is dealing with a groin injury. Johnson leads the team across the board statistically whether it is targets, receptions, receiving yards and TDs. Buffalo ranks 29th in passing offense so losing Woods and Johnson for a week could be a really big problem.
Rookie QB E.J. Manuel didn't do much in his Week 10 return. He completed just 56.4-percent of his passes and averaged a paltry 3.97 yards per attempt. Those are just awful numbers and with no Woods or Johnson in the starting lineup, the Bills are going to have to work hard just have an average day offensively. WRs T.J. Graham and rookie Marquise Goodwin are scheduled to see more playing time.