Miami WR Jaylen Waddle and RB Raheem Moster may not play vs Bills.

The Dolphins will battle for the AFC East without two key offensive players.

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero expects wide receiver Jaylen Waddle (ankle) and running back Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) to miss Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills. They are expected to be ready for the playoffs after being doubtful for Friday's game.

Dec. 24 was their last game. After concluding Week 17 tied for the NFL lead in touchdowns from scrimmage with 21, Mostert was selected a Pro Bowler. Waddle, one of the league's finest No. 2 receivers, will finish with 1,014 yards.

The Dolphins were already short-handed with pass rushers Bradley Chubb and Jaelan Phillips and offensive line starters Connor Williams and Isaiah Wynn on injured reserve. Additionally, cornerback Xavien Howard will miss the game.

With all those absences, the Dolphins play a Bills squad that has won four straight and is in division championship contention.

The 11-5 Dolphins have already qualified for the playoffs, unlike the 10-6 Bills, but Sunday's results may make them the No. 2 or No. 6 AFC seed.

BetMGM has the Bills favored by three points after defeating the Dolphins 48-20 earlier in the season.

This is a complete 180 from the Dolphins' mood two weeks ago. Their recent injuries and 56-19 loss to the Baltimore Ravens have left them needing an upset to win a division they were once dominating.

Watch this space for further developments.