Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson expressed confidence on Monday he's ready to come back after missing two weeks with a sprained right knee.
And C.J. Spiller might not be far behind.
That's good news for the Bills, who were confronted with the prospect of being minus their top two rushers after Spiller was carted off with a shoulder injury in a 24-14 win at Cleveland on Sunday.
Jackson said he was ahead of schedule in his recovery, and gave himself a ''70 to 75 percent chance'' of playing Sunday, when the Bills (2-1) host New England (1-2).
''My mindset is to go. I'm playing. That is how I'm approaching it,'' Jackson said. ''I think I've got a really good shot.''
Jackson was initially expected to miss about a month after he was hurt in a season-opening 48-28 loss at the Jets two weeks ago. After spending last week working out on his own along the sideline, Jackson will get his first test in a team setting Wednesday, when the Bills return to practice.
''My goal is to get ...