The Bills face a must-win situation at home against the Rams to keep their slim postseason hopes alive. They will have to do it without two of their starting offensive linemen, C Eric Wood (knee) and T Chris Hairston (ankle). Sam Young is expected to get the start at right tackle in place of Hairston with rookie Chris Snow getting plugged in at center or right guard. DE Chris Kelsay (neck) is also out after being placed on IR last week.
Stevie Johnson (hamstring) left the win over Jacksonville early and is listed as questionable for today's game along with CB Leodis McKelvin (back), CB Justin Rogers (foot), CB Aaron Williams (knee), DT Spencer Johnson (ankle), and LB Chris White (back).
A lengthy list of players are marked as probable on Buffalo's injury report including G Andy Levitre (knee), G Kraig Urbik (knee), WR Donald Jones (calf), WR Brad Smith (hamstring), WR T.J. Graham (ankle), TE Scott Chandler (groin), RB C.J. Spiller (shoulder), DE Mario Williams (wrist), DT Kyle Williams (ankle), DT Marcell Dareus (shoulder), S Jairus Byrd (back), S Da'Norris Searcy (hand), and LB Nick Barnett (knee).
The only player listed as out for St. Louis is TE Mike McNeill (thigh). Former Bills LB Mario Haggan (elbow) is questionable, but did participate in practice this past week. WR Danny Amendola (foot) is also questionable for the Rams. RB Steven Jackson (foot) and C Scott Wells (knee) are probable.