Bengals have injury concerns ahead of facing Bills in Divisional round

The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals are on a collision course which will take place on Sunday at 3 p.m. during the AFC’s Divisional round.

As it often is this late in the football year, injury concerns will play a part.

But at this early stage of the week, it appears the bigger ones, will be a bigger hamper on Cincinnati as opposed to Buffalo.

In the Wild-Card round, the Bills lost cornerback Dane Jackson to a knee injury. However, the latest suggests he’s day-to-day.

On the other side of things, the Bengals might be missing two starting offensive linemen next weekend.

In the Bengals’ win over the Ravens in the Wild Card, Cincinnati starting left tackle Jonah Williams and starting right guard Alex Cappa both sustained injuries. Per Bengals Wire, the latest updates from head coach Zac Taylor is that the pair are considered week-to-week.

Taylor added a “we’ll see, hard to tell,” on Williams according to Bengals Wire.

The Bills being down Von Miller is such a huge game is a disadvantage.

If the Bengals are down two starters along their offensive line? The playing field is much closer to being level.

Williams sustained a dislocated knee cap. Meanwhile, Cappa has an ankle injury. Both names are ones to watch on the Bengals’ injury report throughout this upcoming week.

Bills Wire will continue to bring all injury updates ahead of the Divisional round.

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire