Jones Expected Back; Bills Ready to Face Bradford
Six players listed as questionable for the Bills heading into this weekend's game with the Rams, including Stevie Johnson. The wide receiver dealing with a tight hamstring, but all signs point to him playing in this must win game.
Donald Jones will also be on the field. The Bills number two wide receiver was sidelined for last week's game against the Jaguars with a calf injury. Prior to his injury, Jones was second on the team with 38 catches for 410 yards and four touchdowns.
"Donald definitely brings a lot to the table especially inside with some of the stuff he can do physically," quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said. "Pass game, run game, whatever it is. It will be great to have him back out there this week. It is one of those things that we have a lot of different guys that we can plug in and do a good job. We want our best out there."
Injuries on the Bills' offensive line have lead to some changes. Head coach Chan Gailey knows who playing where at this point, but is not revealing who will replace Eric Wood at center. Kraig Urbik or rookie David Snow will be snapping the ball to Fitzpatrick.
Under center for the visiting Rams this weekend, former first overall selection Sam Bradford. The third year quarterback is having his best season at this point. His completion percentage, average yards per throw and quarterback rating are all up, and he's on pace to throw the most touchdown passes in his young career.
"He has improved this year," Gailey said. "They started off really rough and as time has gone on I see him getting better, better and better. More comfortable with the offense and better with the reads. They take six or seven shots down the field every game and hit a few more it seems like each game."