BBD Editor: Dan Hope
Things had not been going very well for the Buffalo Bills rushing offense in recent weeks, but it looks as though it could get much, much worse after the team’s top two running backs, Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller, each suffered injuries that knocked them out of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings during the first half.
Jackson left the contest with a groin injury, while Spiller suffered a shoulder injury. Both players were carted off the field and were quickly ruled out.
According to CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora, the initial diagnosis for Spiller is a broken collarbone, while Jackson will need an MRI on his groin.