Week 12 Inactives for the Buffalo Bills
Today’s Inactive list for the Buffalo Bills and my thoughts on each player:
Quarterback Tavaris Jackson: He’s being kept inactive until next week so they don’t have to give the Seattle Seahawks a sixth round pick.
Cornerback Aaron Williams: He is currently hurt with an apparent knee injury, not much has been reported other than he was going to miss some time.
Cornerback Crezdon Butler: I know he used to play for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but that’s about all I know about hm, and with two cornerbacks inactive, Chan Gailey must have some confidence in our secondary as it is almost paper thin back there.
Linebacker Kirk Morrison: He has been inactive all year, and I have no clue why, he can be a tackling machine when playing, this guy has racked up triple digit tackle totals in past seasons.
Offensive tackle Thomas Welch: another guy I don’t know enough about, but after losing Erik Pears for the year a few weeks back, depth at offensive tackle is a little sketchy at the moment.
Wide receiver Marcus Easley: has taken some severe steps backwards this year, I don’t know if it’s because of the health problems he has endured the previous two seasons or what, but I had high expectations out of him this season.
Defensive end Mark Anderson: He is in the same boat with Aaron Williams, all I know is he had a right knee injury versus the San Francisco 49ers and will miss significant time and has created an issue of depth concern at his position.
Of course these are just my take, what do you all think? Let me know!
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