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Week 12 Outlook
Buffalo Bills linebacker Matt Milano will log a limited practice session on Wednesday.
Milano has been logging limited sessions since last week but has not been cleared for game action. He has missed the Bills last two games and his absence is showing up on the game day. He is the team's best cover linebacker on a team already down one of its top corners, so the Bills pass defense has been exposed right when they got to the tough part of its schedule. Milano is a bye week LB2 option when healthy.
Buffalo Bills LB Matt Milano has been ruled for this Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Buffalo's D/ST remains a top play this Sunday against a weak Miami offensive line and a QB in Ryan Fitzpatrick who tends to turn the ball over.
Buffalo Bills linebacker Matt Milano will not practice on Wednesday due to a hamstring injury suffered in Sunday's victory over the New York Jets.
Matt Milano remains a serviceable LB2 option when healthy, but appears to be in danger of missing Week 2. He will likely need to return to practice at some time this week to be cleared for Sunday. Head coach Sean McDermott considers Milano 'day-to-day'.
Matt Milano recorded just two solo tackles and five solo tackles in a 24-17 loss to the Ravens.
After posting some solid numbers across the board in his previous four games, Milano was shut out in every statistic except tackles. He's a solid floor, low-ceiling option on SNF against the Steelers next weekend.
Matt Milano logged four solo tackles, one QB hit, and two passes defended in a 26-15 win on primetime against the Cowboys.
Milano's versatility prevents him from posting a real dud, as he can accumulate points from more than just tackles. He has at least one QB hit in four straight games and two pass breakups in three straight games. He's a steady play when the Ravens come into Buffalo next Sunday.