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Final NFL Injury Report for Titans vs Bills Week 2 MNF – Oliver, Hilliard Out, Phillips, Davis Questionable

Robert Duff

by Robert Duff in NFL Football

Sep 19, 2022 · 12:17 PM PDT

Titans vs Bills final injury report
Aug 20, 2022; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (13) celebrates scoring a touchdown in the first quarter of a pre-season game against the Denver Broncos at Highmark Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports


  • Buffalo Bills WR Gabe Davis (ankle) and Tennessee Titans WR Kyle Phillips (shoulder) are both questionable for the MNF game between the two teams
  • Bills DT Ed Oliver (ankle) and Titans RB Dontrell Hilliard (hamstring) and CB Kristian Fulton (hamstring) are out for the game
  • Review all the details of the Titans vs Bills final NFL injury report in the story below

As they prepare for their MNF showdown, the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills are showing cause for concern at the skill positions and along the defensive front in the final NFL injury report for this game.

The Titans are definitely missing running back Dontrell Hilliard due to a hamstring injury. He’s the main man to spell Derrick Henry in the backfield. As well, starting wide receiver Kyle Phillips (shoulder) is listing as questionable.

For the Bills, starting left defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) is out. Wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle) is questionable.

Let’s take a look at the full Tennessee vs Buffalo injury report below and how it could impact the Titans v Bills odds that see Buffalo favored by 10 points.

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Tennessee Titans Injury Report

While it’s true he only played 12 snaps in Tennessee’s 21-20 Week 1 loss to the New York Giants, Hilliard was still filling a vital role in those situations. He’s able to give the Titans backfield a different look as opposed to the punishing power run game when Henry is engaged.



Against the Giants, Hilliard ran just twice for eight yards. However, he caught three passes for 61 yards, scoring two of Tennessee’s three touchdowns. Minus Hilliard, you might want to ride Henry even more than usual in the Titans vs Bills player props.

Rookie Phillips enjoyed a strong NFL debut. He caught six balls for 66 yards against the Giants. The last one set up Randy Bullock’s failed game-winning field-goal attempt. However, it appears that’s also the catch that resulted in his injury.

On defense, CB Kristian Fulton (hamstring) is out. He made six tackles and forced a fumble in the season opener.


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Buffalo Bills Injury Report

In the Week 1 victory over the Rams, Davis caught four balls for 88 yards and a TD. The word in NFL circles is that Davis is trending toward not playing on Monday night.



This would be a real blow to Buffalo’s game planning and could also impact the Titans vs Bills public betting splits. Davis is a legitimate TD threat and is firmly entrenched now as the #2 receiver in the Bills’ offense after Stefon Diggs.

Oliver had two tackles and a QB hit in the win over the Rams. But after injuring his right ankle, he was able to play only 17 of 66 defensive snaps.

Buffalo’s interior defensive line depth is of concern. Backup RDT Tim Settle is doubtful due to a calf injury. Settle was limited in practice on Saturday. As well, starting right cornerback Dane Jackson is questionable with a knee injury.

How Could Injuries Affect Titans vs Bills Betting Lines?

The potential absence of Phillips would prove to be a double whammy for the Titans. He’s also Tennessee’s main punt returner. Also of worry is that backup WR Racey McMath is on IR.

Hilliard provides a pass-catching option out of the backfield and is Tennessee’s go-to back on third and long. That’s a significant element to be missing and certainly could impact the Titans vs Bills odds.

Fulton’s replacement Chris Jackson has started three games in each of the past two seasons. He made five tackles and defended a pass in last season’s win over the Bills.

If Davis can’t go, look for Isaiah McKenzie to step into his shoes in the first-team offense. He snared two passes for 19 yards and a TD in the season opener.

Minus Oliver, Jordan Phillips slides into the LDT role. He delivered four tackles and three QB hits after replacing Oliver against the Rams. The eight-year veteran has started 52 of 95 NFL regular-season games over his career.

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