The Buffalo Bills learned this week that both starting offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and Kraig Urbik will miss about two weeks with ankle sprains. Both men start at offensive line, so the Bills may be using more protection schemes to keep quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick upright. One thing that could benefit the Bills would be a solid run attack, keeping the defense in run mode could open up passing opportunities. Urbik will be replaced by Chad Rinehart, Glenn by Chris Hairston. In related news, Jairus Byrd, Donald Jones and Scott Chandler are all looking at returning this week despite leaving week four with injuries. Be sure to check out other great articles at Sports Media 101.