Eagles vs. Bills: Buffalo stars not named Josh Allen who hope to ruin Week 12 for Philly

The Bills are bringing some firepower to Philly with them.

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The Eagles host the Bills following a short week on Sunday.

There are some advantages to being a fan of a good football team. The Philadelphia Eagles have won nine of their first ten games. They haven't played their best game yet. Somehow, they keep finding ways to win. The rest of us get to celebrate a little longer than they do.

While most of us were discussing an impressive road win versus the Kansas City Chiefs, the Birds had already turned the page toward an upcoming game versus the Buffalo Bills. Philly doesn't play these guys much, but some of the faces are familiar. Join us! Let's talk about Week 12.

Known Bills injuries as of 10:27 am EST on Nov. 22nd

Micah Hyde, safety (neck/stinger)
Dane Jackson, cornerback (concussion)
Taylor Rapp, safety (neck/tests negative)

Buffalo's injured reserve

Matt Milano, linebacker
DaQuan Jones, defensive tackle
Kaiir Elam, cornerback
Dawson Knox, tight end
Zach Davidson, tight end
Tommy Doyle tackle
Damien Harris, running back
Justin Shorter, wide receiver
Tre'Davious White, cornerback

Reserve/Non-football Injury

Nyheim Hines, running back

Buffalo is led by a former Eagles assistant, Sean McDermott. Their quarterback is one of the best in the business, Josh Allen. The latter isn't playing his best football this season, but boy oh boy. Is he a special talent!

Sean Desai and the Eagles defense is no doubt discussing Allen in their meetings, but the Bills are blessed with talent at so many other positions as well.

1. Stefon Diggs, wide receiver

Stefon Diggs, Buffalo Bills
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There are some stars to watch on both sidelines at the wide receiver position. The Eagles have A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. The Bills have Stefon Diggs.

The latter leads the Bills in receptions (77), receiving yards (895), and touchdowns (seven). He'll keep the Eagles secondary busy in this one.

So will some of his offensive teammates.