The Buffalo Bills may have Fred Jackson back in the lineup when the team takes on the New England Patriots this Sunday at The Ralph.  Jackson suffered a LCL sprain in the season opener against the Jets and was expected to be out between 3-6 weeks.  On Monday, Fred told the media that he was 70-75% sure he’d be ready to play on Sunday.  Jackson is expected to practice on Wednesday, to test out the leg and see if it is game-ready.

C.J. Spiller, who suffered a shoulder injury in the win against the Cleveland Browns, most likely will not play this Sunday, but is hopeful for Week 5.

If both running backs are unable to play in this weekend’s game, the workload falls onto the shoulders of five-year veteran Tashard Choice!