Bills Face Jaguars and Rain: Lots Of It

Posted: 22nd November 2009 by Dan Van Wie in NFL
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The Bills are looking at playing in a thunderstorm today in Jacksonville, according to weathermen. They are also playing short handed one more time. On defense, the Bills have ruled out ex-Jaguars Marcus Stroud and Terrance McGee. On offense, the Bills ruled out WR's Steve Johnson and James Hardy, newly signed tight end Joe Klopfenstein, and tackle Demetrius Bell.á So what does all this mean? It means that if you omit the names of new QB Brian Brohm, kick returner Roscoe Parrish, safeties Donte Whitner and Jairus Byrd, and tackles Jamon Meredith and Jonathan Scott, and defensive tackle Kyle Williams, that all of them are on the active roster today. The weather could have a tremendous effect on the game. Players with knee or leg problems will have to make sure of their footing and try to a ...

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