Sean Lee playing for Cowboys

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee returned to the starting lineup for Sunday's 44-7 win against the Buffalo Bills despite a dislocated left wrist.

Lee practiced all week with a cast that covered his hand but he was listed as questionable to play against the Bills. He did not play last week against Seattle and was replaced by Keith Brooking in the starting lineup.

Punter Mat McBriar is also active after missing the Seattle game with a nerve condition that affects his left (non-kicking) foot. McBriar, however, will not hold. Quarterback Tony Romo will serve as kicker Dan Bailey's holder for the second straight game.

For the Bills, kicker Rian Lindell missed his first game in nine seasons with Buffalo after being placed on the inactive list.

Dave Rayner took over for Lindell, who broke a bone in his right shoulder trying to make a tackle in the Bills loss to the Jets last week.

Also for the Cowboys, receiver Miles Austin is out with a right hamstring injury. He missed two games earlier this season because of an injury to his left hamstring. Laurent Robinson replaced Austin.

Running back Felix Jones (ankle) is out for a fourth game while cornerback Mike Jenkins (hamstring) is missing his second game.

Information from ESPNDallas.com's Todd Archer and The Associated Press was used in this report.