Chicago Bears vs Buffalo Bills: Game Day Inactives
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The Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills are getting ready for kickoff to open the 2014 regular season. Here are the Game Day Inactives:
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QB David Fales
OT Charles Leno Jr
DE David Bass
For the Bears, they’ll be without their only fullback in Tony Fiammetta. Look for a lot of three wide receiver sets and Matthew Mulligan and Dante Rosario to compliment Martellus Bennett. Rosario played a fair bit of H-back in the preseason.
It’s a little surprising the Bears keep veteran cornerback Kelvin Hayden in favor of the younger Demontre Hurst. If any of the top three cornerbacks get dinged, it could force special teams ace Sherrick McManis into action.
One name missing from the inactive list is safety Chris Conte. Look for him to start at safety, but the Bears will rotate Danny McCray and rookie Brock Vereen into the mix.
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RB Bryce Brown
OT Cyrus Kouandjio
G Cyril Richardson
S Jonathan Meeks
TE Lee Smith
For the Buffalo Bills, they’ll be without starting right cornerback Stephon Gilmore. That means we’ll see a lot of former Bear Corey Graham and should open up some things for the Bears passing game.
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