NFL inactive list, Week 17: Jets vs. Bills

Jeff Zelevansky

Last week's starting quarterback Greg McElroy is inactive Sunday against the host Bills. Mark Sanchez will start in New York's season finale.

The inactives lists for the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets have been released, and both teams will feature patched up rosters for this Week 17 showdown at Ralph Wilson Stadium (1 p.m. ET on CBS).

The Jets (6-9) will be led by quarterback Mark Sanchez because last week's starting quarterback Greg McElroy is inactive with a concussion.

Sanchez will be working with an offense that will be without tight end Dustin Keller, wide receiver Chaz Schilens and center Caleb Schlauderaff who are all inactive. Cornerback Ellis Lankster and linebacker Bryan Thomas will also not play.

Meanwhile, the Bills' inactive list features defensive end Mark Anderson and defensive back Da'Norris Searcy. Also out for Buffalo (5-10) will be quarterback Tavaris Jackson, wide receiver Kevin Elliott, offensive linemen Keith Williams, defensive lineman Jeff Ross and offensive lineman Chris Scott.

Earlier this week, the Bills placed tight end Scott Chandler on injured reserve. Chandler was one of quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick's top targets.

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