Tyrod Taylor, Sammy Watkins and Percy Harvin all doubts for Bills - Bengals match

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It's honestly quite hard to say what the Buffalo Bills are going to be this season.

Despite making a solid enough start to the 2015 NFL season, there are still a lot of ifs, buts and maybes surrounding the Bills and whether or not they can be legitimate playoff contenders with Rex Ryan in his first year as head coach and perennial backup Tyrod Taylor in as their starting quarterback.

The Bills currently own a 3-2 record, which could go to 3-3 this weekend as they are struggling with injuries, with three key players on offense all potentially missing the matchup against the Bengals.


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According to Bills head coach Ryan, via ProFootballTalk, all three of Percy Harvin, Sammy Watkins, and the aforementioned Taylor are questionable to play against Cincinnati.

The Bills official Twitter account confirmed the news later, adding that running back LeSean McCoy isn't fully healthy either, and will go into the weekend as 'probable.'

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It is anyone's guess how the offense will look for Sunday now. All of them could start, which is unlikely, but it could happen.

Then, on the other hand, none could be healthy enough to play and the Bills will head out to face Cincinnati with EJ Manuel in as quarterback, Karlos Williams at starting running back, and Chris Hogan and Robert Woods as the biggest receiving threats.

Buffalo was always going to struggle to get a win against the unbeaten Bengals, who have looked excellent on their way to a 5-0 start, and today's news will only make things harder.

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