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Denver Broncos vs Buffalo Bills Injury Reports & Inactives for MNF Week 10

Robert Duff

by Robert Duff in NFL Football

Updated Nov 13, 2023 · 11:49 AM PST

In the Broncos vs Bills injury reports, Buffalo S Micah Hyde (neck ) has been ruled out for the NFL Week 10 MNF game.
Bills safety Micah Hyde intercepts a pass against the Dolphins.
  • In the Denver Broncos vs Buffalo Bills injury reports and inactives for the Week 10 MNF game, five Buffalo defensive starters are out
  • Safety Micah Hyde (neck) is the latest Bills defensive player to be added to those missing in action
  • The Broncos are without S Kareem Jackson, who’s under NFL suspension

The Broncso vs Bills injury reports and inactives for the Denver vs Buffalo Week 10 MNF game are suggesting that someone may soon have to come to the defense of the Bills. That’s because Buffalo defenders are dropping like flies.

Safety Micah Hyde (neck) and cornerback Christian Benford (hamstring) were the latest to be added to the walking wounded. Both have been ruled out for this game. Linebacker Matt Milano, CB Tre’Davious White and DT DaQuan Jones are on IR.

For the Broncos, safety Kareem Jackson will be sitting out an NFL suspension for unnecessary roughness.

Buffalo is a 7-point home favorite in the Broncos vs Bills odds. Kickoff for this game is set for 8:15pm ET at US Bank Stadium. The broadcast is being carried by ABC/ESPN and by DAZN in Canada.

At the moment in the Broncos vs Bills public betting splits, Buffalo is getting the majority of ATS bets (62% as 7-point home chalk), and the better of the moneyline bet action (95% as the -333 home favorite).

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Denver Broncos Injury Report

Player-Position Injury Game Status
Kareem Jackson-S Suspension Out
Eyioma Uwazurike-NT Suspension Out
Jones Griffith-LB Knee Out (IR)
Caden Sterns-S Knee Out (IR)
K’Waun Williams-CB Ankle Out (IR)
Alex Palczewski-T Hand Out (IR)
Jalen Virgil-WR Knee Out (IR)
Brandon Johnson-WR Hamstring Out (IR)
Tim Patrick-WR Achilles Out (IR)
Greg Dulcich-TE Hamstring Out (IR)

NFL Reduces Suspension of Broncos Jackson

The Broncos got a bit of good news when the NFL reduced Jackson’s suspension from four to two games following his appeal. This will be the second game of his enforced sit-down for a questionable hit on Green Bay Packers tight end Luke Musgrave.

The main issue for the Broncos on the injury front is at WR. Currently, the club is only listing four healthy WR. Brandon Johnson (hamstring), Jalen Virgil (knee) and Tim Patrick (Achilles) are all on IR.

TE Greg Dulcich (hamstring) is also on IR. However, the team offered an update on his condition this week, suggesting that Dulcich could return to action prior to season’s end.

Buffalo Bills Injury Report

Player-Position Injury Game Status
Micah Hyde-S Neck Out
Christian Benford-CB Hamstring Out
Terrel Bernard-LB Concussion Out
DaQuan Jones-DT Pectoral Out (IR)
Matt Milano-LB Lower Leg Out (IR)
Tre’Davious White-CB Achilles Out (IR)
Kaiir Elam-CB Ankle Out (IR)
Nyheim Hines-RB Knee Out (IR)
Justin Shorter-WR Hamstring Out (IR)
Damien Harris-RB Neck Out (IR)
Tommy Doyle-T Knee Out (IR)
Dawson Knox-TE Wrist Out (IR)
Zach Davison-TE Undisclosed Out (IR)

Not All Bad News for Bills Defense

Hyde was injured when hit by Cincinnati OL Cordon Volson. Volson was fined for unnecessary roughness on the play.

Aside from the five aforementioned starters who are out for Buffalo, starting MLB Terrel Bernard is questionable.  He left the last Bills game after suffering a concussion.

However, the news isn’t all bad for the Buffalo defense. This week, safety Jordan Poyer (personal), LB Baylon Spector (hamstring), LB AJ Klein (back) and DE Leonard Floyd (illness) all saw their injury designations removed. Each will be playing in the Week 10 MNF game.

Likewise, Buffalo’s leading receiver Stefon Diggs (back) was also taken off the injury report and designated as healthy.

How Could Injuries Affect Broncos vs Bills Betting Lines?

The impact of the absences from the Buffalo defense can be seen in the score lines of the Bills games. Buffalo’s defense allowed 12.25 points per game through the first four games of the season while compiling 16 sacks. In the five games since, they’ve permitted 21 points per game and accounted for 13 sacks.

Offensively, if you’re getting action on the Broncos vs Bills player props, maybe take a long look at Buffalo TE Dalton Kincaid. Ever since TE Dawson Knox went on IR with a wrist injury, Kincaid has been a target machine. He caught 10 passes on 11 targets for 81 yards in last week’s loss to the Bengals.

To add depth to their WR corps, it’s expected that the Broncos will be elevating veteran Tre’Quan Smith from the practice squad. He was added from the practice squad for Denver’s win over Kansas City, seeing action on eight offensive snaps. Smith is only recently back from groin surgery.

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