The Patriots will be heading to Buffalo and it seems as if Bill Belichick is up to his old ways. Quarterback Tom Brady is listed on the report as "questionable" with an ankle injury. This "questionable" distinction usually means there's a 50/50 chance the player will be on the field.
There's no question that Brady will suit up.
With a short week, it's possible that the Patriots will rest some of their more key players. There's a lot of moving parts and nothing will be finalized until Sunday.
OUT (0% chance of playing): S Nate Ebner (finger), OT Cameron Fleming (finger)
Doubtful (25%): None
Questionable (50%): QB Tom Brady (ankle), CB Brandon Browner (ankle), LB Jamie Collins (thigh), DL Dominique Easley (shoulder/knee), LB Dont'a Hightower (knee), ST Matthew Slater (shoulder), C Bryan Stork (concussion)
Probable (75+): DE Chandler Jones (shoulder), S Devin McCourty (ribs)
Browner, Easley, and Stork didn't practice on Friday so it's likely they'll be inactive with Ebner and Fleming. The team will be thin along both the offensive and defensive lines.