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The Buffalo Bills will face the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional-round showdown without key receiver Gabe Davis, ruled out by head coach Sean McDermott due to a knee injury.
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Davis had an impressive performance against the Chiefs in the 2021 divisional round with 201 yards and four touchdowns. Despite a season tally of 45 catches for 746 yards and seven touchdowns, he missed practice all week after sitting out the wild-card round.
His absence will likely result in expanded roles for Khalil Shakir and Trent Sherfield. The Bills are also without cornerback Christian Benford, linebacker Baylon Spector, and safety Taylor Rapp, while Terrel Bernard, Taron Johnson, Rasul Douglas, and Tyrel Dodson are game-time decisions.
Mahomes looking forward to playing at Highmark Stadium
The game presents an opportunity for the Bills to overcome Patrick Mahomes, who won their first two matchups, and it marks Mahomes’ first experience of a crowd-filled Highmark Stadium.
“I’m extremely excited, honestly,” Mahomes told “The Drive”.
“I know it’s going to be a hostile environment, they have a great fanbase and it’ll be packed. I’ve watched on TV, but now I get to really experience that fanbase in person at the stadium in Buffalo.
“I’ve been a fan of the game, I think more than anything I like getting to go to different stadiums and experience that type of stuff and see what the things I watched growing up and those great games, see what it’s like and get to play in those environments.”