The Buffalo Bills were set to hit the practice field one last time on Friday before flying out to Kansas City to face the Chiefs in an AFC Divisional Round matchup on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium.
As the Bills wrap up their week of preparations for Sunday's contest, head coach Sean McDermott joined the “Extra Point Show” on Friday for his weekly appearance on WGR.
Going into the week, the Bills have been reminded plenty of last season’s AFC Championship Game loss, but also of this year's Week 5 win on the road against the Chiefs. When asked if it felt like the Bills were going to see Kansas City again in this year's postseason, McDermott acknowledged just how good of a team the Chiefs are.
“We know that we are a good team, and we know that they are a good team, defending AFC champs," McDermott said with Sal Capaccio and "Sneaky Joe" DiBiase. "Andy Reid has good football teams, and you expect to see them in the playoffs.”
Meanwhile on the injury front, the Bills only had defensive end Mario Addison being listed on the team's injury report. Addison has been limited all week with a shoulder injury.
“We are going to take it one day at a time," McDermott said. "He’ll practice today, and we will see how he does today."
As it turns out, Addison was able to practice as a full participant with the team for Friday's session, and even has no injury designation for the game.
You can listen to McDermott’s entire interview during the “Extra Point Show” below: