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back Daniel Thomas has been ruled out of Sundays game against Oakland because of
a concussion, leaving the team with little experience behind starter
Reggie Bush. Thomas was hurt in Sundays loss at Houston. Defensive tackle
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(hamstring) was listed as doubtful. Rookie Lamar Miller, a fourth-round draft
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season-opening loss wasnt bad enough in putting a dent in the Buffalo Bills high
expectations. Now they have injuries to two key offensive players to contend
with. Receiver David Nelson will miss the rest of the season after tearing a
ligament in his right knee. The news is at least a little more encouraging for
running back Fred Jackson, who will miss at least four weeks after he also hurt
his right knee. Coach Chan Gailey provided the update Monday afternoon, a day
after both players were hurt in a dreadful 48-28 loss at the New York Jets. “Its
a setback,” Gailey said. “You lose experience and you lose versatility. But I
think our guys can adjust.” The injuries hit two key players on an offence thats
already off to an inconsistent start after producing four turnovers against the
Jets, including three interceptions by starter Ryan Fitzpatrick. Buffalo
attempts to regroup in preparing to face the Kansas City Chiefs (0-1) in its
home opener Sunday. Nelson has been a reliable target in the slot, and finished
second on the team with 61 catches for 658 yards and five touchdowns last
season. Jackson is a respected team leader whos been a dual-threat workhorse in
rushing and receiving. Despite missing the final six games with a broken bone in
his right leg last year, Jackson still finished with 1,376 combined yards to
account for nearly a quarter of the Bills total offence. “I hate it. Its dumb to
feel like I do right now just because it couldve been a lot worse,” Jackson said
after taping an episode of his local television show at a suburban mall. “Im not
happy about it at all, but Ill deal with it.” Wearing a brace underneath his
jeans, Jackson said he was diagnosed with a sprained knee ligament. Hes aiming
to be back within four weeks, meaning Jackson could return in time for Buffalos
game at San Francisco Oct. 7. Though calling it unlikely, Jackson would prefer
to be back a week earlier, when Buffalo hosts AFC East rival New England.
Jackson was hurt early in the second quarter when he was cutting across to his
right and Jets safety LaRon Landry hit Jackson just above the left knee. Having
already planted his right foot, Jackson felt his knee pop as he went to the
ground. Jackson was able to walk off on his own and test his leg on the sideline
before heading off to the locker room with a towel draped over his head. “After
I looked at it on film, Im extremely happy with what it is instead oof what it
couldve been,” he said. Colin Kaepernick Elite Jersey. “Im blessed.”
The injury capped a string of what-else-can-go-wrong events that hit Buffalo.
The Jets had already built a 21-0 lead by producing two scoring drives off of
two Fitzpatrick interceptions, followed by Jeremy Kerley scoring on a 68-yard
punt return. C.J. Spiller will take over for Jackson, much like he did last year
after Jackson was hurt. Spiller did a solid job of filling in against the Jets
in a game he finished with a career-best 169 yards rushing, including a 56-yard
touchdown. “Its a huge blow,” Spiller said. “But we cant sit around and mope and
not regain focus. This just means somebody on offence has got to step up.”
Nelson was hurt early into the fourth quarter when he went down away from the
play. After being helped off the field, he was spotted walking on the injured
leg along the sideline. Nelsons injury further thins the depth and experience of
an already young and limping group of receivers. Buffalo opened the season with
six receivers, including Brad Smith, who doubles as the teams wildcat
quarterback. And starter Stevie Johnson, who had four catches for 55 yards and a
score against the Jets, is hampered by a groin injury thats nagged him for much
of the off-season. There are concerns that Johnson will have to continue playing
through the pain for the rest of this year. Rookie third-round draft pick
T.J. Graham will get a chance to play after he was left inactive on Sunday.
Graham is a raw, but speedy player, whom the Bills hoped they could ease into
their offence. Overall, it was certainly not the way the Bills were anticipating
to start their season in a bid to show they were ready to be contenders. Their
defence was supposed to be improved following an off-season in which Buffalo
signed defensive end Mario Williams to a six-year $100 million contract. And
there were high hopes on offence, because the unit returned mostly intact after
showing glimpses of prominence last season. Rather than looking like the team
that got off to a 5-2 start last season, the Bills instead resembled the sloppy,
patchwork unit that unraveled in finishing the season 1-8. “Theres a lot of
disappointment in this locker room as well. And the only thing you can do is
correct your mistakes and get better,” Fitzpatrick said. “We still have a ton of
confidence, but weve just got to go out there and win and play well. “And that
corrects everything.” ’ ’ ’ 

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