The injury bug has finally bitten the Buffalo Bills.
After making it through the first two weeks remarkably healthy, the Bills are without a pair of key starters Sunday against Denver. Left tackle Cordy Glenn and defensive tackle Marcell Dareus are out because of ankle injuries suffered in Week Two against Carolina.
Other inactives for the Bills are running back Joe Banyard, defensive tackle Deandre Coleman, guard Vlad Ducasse, tight end Khari Lee and defensive tackle Jerel Worthy (concussion). The Bills will start rookie Dion Dawkins at left tackle and Cedric Thornton in Dareus' place at defensive tackle.
Quarterback Paxton Lynch, running back Devontae Booker, defensive back Brendan Langley, offensive lineman Billy Turner, defensive lineman Ahtyba Rubin, wide receiver Jordan Taylor and defensive lineman Kyle Peko are Denver's inactive players.