Bills vs. Steelers inactive: Tyler Kroft, last year’s SNF hero, is inactive

Tyler Kroft played a hero role in last Sunday night’s football game between the Buffalo Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers. You will be watching the game this year.

Buffalo is heading in the right direction in terms of health, so some healthy scratches could be expected, and like in recent weeks, Buffalo’s inactive list had a close end.

Buffalo are inactive in prime time against the Steelers tonight: quarterback Jake Fromm, quarterback TJ Yeldon, security Jaquan Johnson, close Tyler Kroft and defender Trent Murphy.

Johnson was expelled on Friday for an ankle injury. Fromm and Yeldon were on the Bills inactive list for most of the season, while Kroft and Trent Murphy were on the list starting against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Kroft found himself a strange man as Buffalo waited for Dawson Knox to get ahead of the playoffs. Knox enters tonight’s game with two taps in a row. Lee Smith, the Bills ’best blocker for the tight end, as well as outstanding special teams, Reggie Gilliam, are also active at the close end.

Murphy is in a similar position at the defensive end. Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison are Buffalo’s top options, and the team gets flash games from younger players like Darryl Johnson and rookie AJ ​​Epenesa.

Steelers inactive include QB Josh Dobbs, CB Joe Haden, RB Anthony McFarland, OT Derwin Gray, TE Kevin Rader and DE Isaiah Buggs.


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