It’s a very important part of the season on the field for the Buffalo Bills. They are preparing for a Wild Card playoff matchup with the New England Patriots at Highmark Stadium this Saturday night, in what will be the first matchup between the two teams in the postseason (modern era).
The Bills and Patriots will be dealing with frigid temperatures, as the low could reach 0 degrees on Saturday night in Orchard Park.
It’s busy on the field for Bills players, but also, off the field as well; especially for one prominent Bills player who had an incredible life moment on Monday.
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Bills center Mitch Morse told the Buffalo media that he and his wife welcomed a baby boy named Deacon at 5 pm on Monday afternoon.
Morse made sure to give his wife all the credit. Congrats to both of them!
Morse has been one of the most consistent players for the Bills this season, and a presence in the locker room. Morse’s leadership and steadiness on the offensive line has been hugely important for the Bills offense and quarterback Josh Allen. He doesn’t get nearly enough credit.
The Bills are going into their game against New England very healthy. Everyone was a full participate at practice on Tuesday, and the only two players on the injury report were wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and defensive end Efe Obada.
It looks like everyone will be a full-go for Saturday night for Wild Card Weekend. Kickoff will be at 8:15 pm.
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