The New York Jets are in much better physical condition than the Bills entering Sunday's game.
New York had two key players sit out practice on Wednesday. Backup running back LaDainian Tomlinson did not practice due to a sprained knee. Coach Rex Ryan told reporters Wednesday morning he thought Tomlinson would be able to play against the Bills. Reserve rookie receiver Jeremy Kerley, who has 17 catches this year, also missed practice with a sprianed knee.
Jets starting running back Shonn Greene, who has been bothered by sore ribs, practiced fully and will start against the Bills. Six other Jets starters were listed on the injury report, but all practiced fully and are expected to be ready for the game.