Bills-Bengals will not resume this week after Hamlin is stricken

The NFL has not decided in regards to the potential resumption of the Buffalo-Cincinnati recreation — suspended Monday night time after Bills security Damar Hamlin suffered cardiac arrest — solely that the pivotal AFC showdown won’t be accomplished this week.

The league has not made any adjustments to the Week 18 schedule.

The Bills, Bengals and Kansas Metropolis Chiefs are within the combine for the No. 1 seed within the convention, which implies that a first-round playoff bye and home-field benefit all through the postseason stay up for grabs.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made the choice to not resume the sport this week after talking with NFL Gamers Assn. management and representatives of each the Bills and Bengals.

Many members of the Bills returned to Buffalo after Monday night time’s recreation was suspended, though some stayed in Cincinnati to be near Hamlin, who stays in essential situation at College of Cincinnati Medical Middle.

“The NFL has made no decision regarding the possible resumption of the game at a later date,” the league stated in a press release.