NFL inactives tracker, divisional round: Marlon Humphrey out, Mark Andrews iffy for Ravens-Texans

Callie Lawson-Freeman

The NFL’s divisional playoff round is under way and Sunday night’s Kansas City Chiefs-Buffalo Bills matchup is anticipated by many.

The last time the Bills and Chiefs met was in Week 14 and is remembered by the lateral that wasn’t and Kadarius Toney‘s offside penalty that negated the play. Buffalo would go on to win 20-17.

Had Toney stay onside and that touchdown counted to give the Chiefs the win, Sunday’s playoff game could have been in Kansas City instead of in front of the BillsMafia in Buffalo. But Toney will not get a chance at redemption as he will miss the game due to injuries to his hip and ankle. After being limited in practice all week, head coach Andy Reid ruled him out on Saturday.

On the Buffalo side, Bills head coach Sean McDermott announced on Friday that wide receiver Gabe Davis (knee), safety Taylor Rapp (calf), linebacker Baylon Spector (back) and cornerback Christian Benford (knee) will all miss the game.

Davis and Rapp also missed last week’s wild-card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In Detroit, tight end Sam LaPorta is active again after playing last week through a knee injury and catching a touchdown. He was previously designated as questionable Sunday’s game against Tampa Bay. For the Buccaneers, linebacker Shaq Barrett is also active after initially being listed as questionable.

No. 4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. No. 3 Detroit Lions

Ford Field | Sunday, 3 p.m. ET | NBC, Peacock

Tampa Bay Buccaneers incatives

Detroit Lions inactives

No. 3 Kansas City Chiefs at No. 2 Buffalo Bills
Highmark Stadium | Sunday, 6:30 p.m. ET | CBS


Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that CB Taron Johnson, CB Rasul Douglas and LB Tyrel Dodson will likely be game-time decisions.


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