Found November 04, 2011 on Queen City Sports:

Sunday marks the most important game to be played at Ralph Wilson Stadium since the 2004 season finale.

The Bills host the New York Jets at one o’clock on Sunday, and it looks like they will get one of their offensive weapons back.

Receiver Donald Jones, who has missed the last two games with a high ankle sprain, was listed as probably on the official injury report, but will play against the Jets.  Head Coach Chan Gailey admits that Jones won’t be playing at 100%, but he has looked good when running routes and making cuts this week at practice.

Fitzpatrick suffered a chest injury last weekend versus the Redskins

Other players who were listed as probable included lineman Andy Levitre, running back Johnny White, and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, all are expected to play this weekend.

In the case of Levitre, he is expected to get his second straight start at Left Tackle with rookie Chris Hairston listed as questionable for the game. Chad Rinehart will get start at Left Guard if Levitre starts at tackle.

A bit of bad news for the Bills coming on the injury front however is that linebacker Chris Kelsay was listed as questionable due to his calf injury flaring up again during the week.  Gailey said that Kelsay and Hairston will be game time decisions.

Stay tuned to Queen City Sports for the latest Bills developments heading into this weekend’s matchup against the Jets.


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