The Buffalo Bills will travel to face the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead for the AFC Championship game. Kickoff is set for 6:40 p.m. ET and the game will air on CBS. We take a look at which players landed on the injury report for the Bills ahead of the AFC Championship and how that may affect their playoff matchup.
Bills final injury report
Questionable: WR Gabriel Davis (ankle), DT Vernon Butler (quad)
Notable players on in-week report who were removed from final: K Tyler Bass (hand), WR Cole Beasley (knee), WR Stefon Diggs (oblique), LB Tremaine Edmunds (hamstring), DT Quinton Jefferson (ankle), DE Darryl Johnson (knee)
With so many players taken off of the injury report, the Bills look relatively healthy heading into the AFC Championship Game. Davis has had an impressive rookie campaign as a downfield threat in Buffalo. His seven receiving touchdowns trail only Diggs’ eight. But ever since John Brown returned from injury in Week 17, Davis’ snap count has been cut in half and his on-field contributions have been reduced as well. Davis didn’t catch any of his four targets last week versus the Ravens.
Butler has started every game since Week 9, but he hasn’t really made much of an impact since Week 13.