Bills Wild Card Round Injury Report — Rasul Douglas And Gabriel Davis Questionable


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The Buffalo Bills will host the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild card round this Sunday at 1 p.m. ET, with CBS on the broadcast. The Bills are at on the point spread, and the game has an over/under of points. That line has dropped, with the forecast calling for high winds and cold temperatures. 

After going into a Week 13 bye with a 6-6 record, the Bills rattled off five straight wins, including one against the Dolphins in Miami to clinch the AFC East and a home game in the wild card round. The winning streak coincided with the dismissal of offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey. Joe Brady has been calling the plays with a more balanced approach that includes a strong run game. 

The Steelers won three straight to make the playoffs, with Mason Rudolph taking over at quarterback. Pittsburgh has ruled out edge rusher T.J. Watt (knee) and is listing safety Minkah Fitzpatrick (knee) as questionable. 

Buffalo Bills wild card round injury report

Player Pos Position Injury Status Snaps/g Snaps Per Game Comment
Tommy Doyle OT Undisclosed Out 0 Doyle is dealing with an undisclosed injury and has been placed on the physically unable to perform list.

Potential key missing players

Rasul Douglas (knee)

The Bills lost top cornerback Tre’Davious White (Achilles) for the season in Week 4 and traded for Douglas in October to help fill that void. The veteran cornerback has helped turn around the defense with elite coverage. Douglas left Sunday’s win over Miami with a knee injury but said he plans to play through it. 

Gabriel Davis (knee)

Davis, the Bills’ second-leading receiver on the season, suffered a PCL sprain during Sunday’s win in Miami. Davis has totaled 746 receiving yards on 45 receptions this season. He’s averaged 97.3 receiving yards per game with six touchdowns over four playoff games since 2021.