OAKLAND, CA - AUGUST 28: Derek Hagan #80 of the Oakland Raiders stiff arms Tracy Porter #22 of the New Orleans Saints and runs thirty five yards for a touchdown in the first quarter during an NFL pre-season football game at the O.co Coliseum August 28, 2011 in Oakland, California. (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
CB Terrence McGee's unavailability for the Raiders game is is not unexpected, or that damaging to the Bills defensive plan. If others feel like Buffalo Rumbling's Brian Galliford on McGee's absence, then the Bills will hardly know he isn't there. Galiford:
"McGee's missed so much time over the last two seasons that it's hardly even on our radar. Leodis McKelvin and Drayton Florence will start, just like they did last year. Second-round pick Aaron Williams becomes the nickel back, and he brings much more size, athleticism and physicality to that role than last year's nickel back, Reggie Corner, did. The Bills are very deep at corner, and we won't miss McGee much for a few weeks."
Who should be the Raiders slot receiver against the Bills?
Chaz Schilens (49 votes)
Denarius Moore (222 votes)
Nick Miller (12 votes)
Derek Hagan (351 votes)
634 total votes