Buffalo Bills QB Thad Lewis has not been able to practice this week with sore ribs and a bit of the flu, but he still is expected to be out on the field on Sunday against the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs, per Ian Rapoport. Lewis has done a good job of keeping the team competitive this season. He was thrown in as the starter after E.J. Manuel went down with an injury.
He has started 3 games for the Bills this season and has thrown for 652 yards with 3 touchdowns and he has also ran for a touchdown. He will have to go up against a tough Kansas City defense this weekend and will need to hold onto the football. He has already fumbled the ball 6 times this season in his 3 games. He needs to get a better handle on that, because the Chiefs will be reaching for that football all game long.
He will have to play an exceptional game this weekend in order to give the Bills a chance at stopping the Chiefs. It would help if he could get on the practice field.