Bills' Wednesday Practice Disrupted by Team-Wide Illness
The Buffalo Bills returned to practice on Wednesday after their wild overtime loss to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 10, but a number of key players were missing.
Unfortunately, there appears to be an illness going around the Bills' locker room.
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With players missing due to a non-Covid illness, plus rest and injury-related absences, Buffalo was unable to practice normally. Sean McDermott and his coaching staff were forced to alter practice on the fly. The remaining players were only able to do individual drills on Wednesday due to the lack of bodies.
This is a rocky start to the week for the Bills, who hope to have more players available on Thursday as they prepare for their Week 11 home game against the Cleveland Browns. It remains to be seen if the illnesses and practice disruptions have an effect on Buffalo, who is listed as a 7.5-point favorite against Cleveland on FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds.
The weather could also have a major impact on this AFC clash, as upstate New York is expected to get hammered with multiple feet of snow before the game. Accordingly, the Bills have some major challenges to overcome if they want to end their two-game losing streak this weekend.
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