The Jets issued their final injury report of the week and the news is that four players did not practice on Friday and are not expected to play. Those are Neal Sterling - who had already been ruled out - and Sam Darnold, Spencer Long and Robby Anderson - each of whom is officially listed as doubtful. Steve McLendon practiced on a limited basis and is questionable for Sunday.
In more encouraging news, Trumaine Johnson practiced full for the second day in a row and Quincy Enunwa returned to full practice having been out on Wednesday and Thursday. Both are scheduled to play on Sunday. James Carpenter, who was limited yesterday, also made his return to full practice and should play.
Jonotthan Harrison will presumably start for Long for the second time this season, while we obviously already had confirmation that Josh McCown will start at quarterback. Enunwa and Jermaine Kearse will start at wide receiver but the likes of Andre Roberts, Charone Peake, Deontay Burnett or Rishard Matthews will need to step up with Anderson unlikely to play. Mike Pennel will get more reps if McLendon is limited and rookie Foley Fatukasi might get to be active for the first time if he can't play.
For Buffalo, Derek Anderson, Charles Clay and Trent Murphy have been ruled out. It's as yet unclear as to whether Josh Allen will be healthy enough to start for the Bills, but if he can't there are rumblings that Matt Barkley will get the nod over Nathan Peterman.
The Jets have yet to confirm whether they will activate Davis Webb from the practice squad to back up McCown, but that seems inevitable.