NFL week 7 Bills vs Patriots injury report: reviewing the latest update from both camps

The Buffalo Bills have kept their injury list to a minimum, with only three confirmed players out. The New England Patriots, who are their fiercest rivals, have suffered greatly from the injury bug this week, with 19 players on the injured list.

The Bills’ ability to keep their roster fit gives them a big advantage in their next game against the Patriots. Will the disparity in injuries have an important impact on determining the game’s outcome? The only way to know is to wait and see.

Bills injury report

According to the updated injury report from Bills head coach Sean McDermott, three players, including defensive tackle Ed Oliver with a toe injury and tight end Quintin Morris with an ankle issue, have been ruled out for Sunday’s game. Running back Damien Harris, who is dealing with a concussion and neck injury, has been placed on injured reserve and is expected to return in Week 11. None of these three players participated in Friday’s practice session, as reported by Audacy.


Cornerback Cam Lewis, dealing with a shoulder issue, practiced with limitations on Thursday, and his return remains in question. Meanwhile, offensive lineman Spencer Brown, who has been nursing a knee injury, quarterback Josh Allen with a shoulder concern, defensive end AJ Epenesa with a quad issue, tight end Dalton Kincaid recovering from a concussion, tight end Dawson Knox dealing with a wrist problem, cornerback Dane Jackson managing a foot ailment, and defensive end Greg Rousseau recovering from a foot injury all participated fully in Thursday’s practice.

Josh Allen, who was limited in the Bills’ Wednesday walk-through, returned as a full participant in Thursday’s practice. Despite concerns from the team’s head coach Sean McDermott regarding Allen’s shoulder injury sustained in Buffalo’s week 6 match, the latest update suggests that he is likely to resume play against the Patriots.

Patriots injury report

The Patriots listed a total of 19 players in their injury report. Offensive lineman Riley Reiff (Knee), linebacker Josh Uche (Knee/ankle), and defensive lineman Keion White (Concussion) didn’t appear in the practice session and were ruled out from the active squad for Sunday.


The 16 players listed as questionable include:

Offensive players: center David Andrews (ankle), wide receiver Kayshon Boutte (hamstring), offensive tackle Trent Brown (chest), wide receiver DeMario Douglas (concussion), tight end Hunter Henry (ankle), offensive lineman Mike Onwenu (ankle), wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion), and guard Cole Strange (knee).

Defensive players: defensive lineman Christian Barmore (knee), back Cody Davis (knee), back Kyle Dugger (foot), lineman Trey Flowers (foot), lineman Davon Godchaux (ankle), back Jack Jones (hamstring), cornerback Jonathan Jones (knee), and cornerback Shaun Wade (shoulder).

Bills vs Patriots H2H

The upcoming Bills vs. Patriots game marks their 128th meeting, with the latter holding a 77-49-1 advantage in the series. The Patriots have won 36 of the last 46 regular season matchups against the Bills since 2000. Their initial clash dates back to 1960. Belichick’s team boasts a total of 77 victories over Buffalo, making it their highest win count against any rival.

Pats Pulpit

The Patriots host the Bills on Sunday at Gillette Stadium, with their fans hopeful for a potential win. The team holds a remarkable 16-5 record against the Bills in this stadium. Moreover, they boast a strong 39-24 home record against division rivals, with a notable 17-14 mark in the Foxboro Stadium. On the road, the Pats are 38-25-1 against Buffalo.

The question now lingers: can the Patriots secure Belichick’s job by extending their winning streak against the Bills? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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Maliha is an insightful sports writer with over a year of experience focusing on the NFL. Initially venturing into both NFL and NBA coverage, her journey began without a particular affinity for American football. However, her passion for the sport blossomed as she started following football more. Now, a huge NFL fan, Maliha meticulously follows every development within the league. She always wants to ensure her analysis is comprehensive and up-to-date to fellow readers.


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