Bills vs. Dolphins inactives, Week 16: Mark Anderson, Davone Bess out

Mark Konezny-US PRESSWIRE

Without much to play for, Buffalo and Miami will battle it out for bragging rights with most of the stars on the field Sunday.

The Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins will meet for the final time this season down in South Beach with nothing more on the line than bragging rights and some draft positioning.

With both teams out of the playoff mix, they still find themselves feeling distinctly different about the year. Buffalo had expectations of making the playoffs only to fall very short, leaving Chan Gailey on quite a hot seat.

On the other hand, Miami is clearly rebuilding and looks like it may become a contender sooner rather than later.

Without further buildup, the inactives for both teams for Sunday's tilt:

Buffalo, per the team: Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, linebacker Chris White, offensive linemen Keith Williams and Chris Scott, defensive lineman Jay Ross, wide receiver Marcus Easley and defensive end Mark Anderson.

Miami, per the team: Quarterback Pat Devlin, wide receiver Davone Bess, cornerback Nolan Carroll, linebacker Koa Misi, tackle Patrick Brown, tight end Kyle Miller and defensive tackle Kheeston Randall.

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