The Bills pulled out a decisive 17-16 win over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. The win wasn't celebrated for very long.
Workhorse running back Fred Jackson suffered what appeared to be a groin injury. After undergoing an MRI late Sunday, it was determined Fred Jackson has a groin injury. The MRI results have yet to be announced, but he is expected to miss at least two weeks, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Another report from Ian Rapoport from NFL.com says the worst case scenario has Jackson missing four weeks. Jackson is eyeing a return on Nov. 11 return against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Buffalo will have to develop a plan to acclimate the new running backs into the offensive plan. Bryce Brown is a speedster who had some success while playing for the Philadelphia Eagles. Anthony Dixon is a bruising, short-yardage back. The combination of the two will hopefully provide a balance to the team's offensive identity.
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