The injury report for both teams is off the charts.
Tennessee has nearly half the roster on the COVID-19 list, but in a weird twist of fate, it has been so long since the first players contracted the virus that some of the first players impacted are returning, including DaQuan Jones and Beau Brinkley.
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The Titans will have to rely on the remaining roster and practice squad to field a team on Tuesday. The good news for the team is that they will be able to activate rookie Isaiah Wilson for the first time this season.
While Wilson will not see the field, the fact that he is at least available to evaluate is exciting, and he will get to be on the field around an NFL game for the first time in his career.
The Bills are also suffering from many injuries with seven players questionable, one out, and another three who missed time at practice this week. John Brown and Tre’Davious White were questionable while Matt Milano will be out.
Those injuries aren’t anything to scoff at and the Titans could choose to attack the Bills depleted linebackers or corner if Tre White is out.