Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor was limited in practice Friday as he recovers from a patellar tendon contusion and will be a game-time decision Sunday against the Colts.
"Every day he gets a little better," coach Sean McDermott said. NBC’s medical analyst told The News earlier this week that with Taylor's injury, pain is the biggest limiting factor, as opposed to risk of reinjury or reduced function of the knee.
McCoy closes in on 10K: As LeSean McCoy nears a major milestone, those around him remain amazed – "Shady looks like he’s 22 running out there," an opposing coach said – but he's feels a bit strange: 10,000 yards no longer seems like enough.
Sully's Mailbag: Making the playoffs would be meaningful – and a relief – regardless of the result. Not sure why there's confusion on that.
Pregame primer: 5 things to watch for when the Bills host the Colts on Sunday.
Skurski's Mailbag: How much should Buffalo give up to draft a potential franchise QB?
Ralph to be honored: An appreciation is planned on television for late Bills owner Ralph Wilson Jr.
Inside the NFL: Owners could have done worse than stick with Roger Goodell at commissioner, Vic Carucci wrote.
Sup, Whales? Former Bills general manager Doug Whaley reportedly interviewed for the Browns GM position before it went to John Dorsey.
Tyrod Watch: Taylor's inside-the-pocket production is waning.
Color Rush: Bills set to wear all red this week.
Vic Carucci's NFL Power Rankings: In Week 14, the Bills are down to 18th.
View from Vegas: Betting trends and a prediction for Bills-Colts.
What He Said: McDermott on QB decision, injuries, and White's reaction to Gronk hit.
Trivia: Remember when the Bills last tied a game?