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Mario Williams is expected to have a major impact in Buffalo this season. On Sunday, he was a nonfactor. The man the Bills signed to a $100 million contract over the offseason had only one tackle. The Jets completely had their way with the defense Williams is supposed to anchor this season, smashing the Bills 48-28.
Naturally, it was the replacement officials’ faults that Williams put up a stinker in his debut.
“Pass blocking doesn’t consist of illegal hands to the face just about every play, which, when somebody tells you that, and you’re five yards away from it, and you walk away like you don’t see him telling you you’re getting punched in the face every time, then that dictates somebody like myself having to take care of that on my own,” Williams said according to ESPN.com. “There’s definitely, with the situation that we’re in with the refs like that, and then you don’t listen or you don’t call it one time out of 20 that were out there. That’s really disheartening from that point.
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Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson left yesterday’s game against the Jets during the second quarter yesterday with an apparent knee injury.
It has now been revealed that he will be out 3-4 weeks after his MRI earlier today.
The injury is to his lateral collateral ligament. It is unknown yet if the ligament is torn or just sprained.
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While ESPN analyst Damien Woody may have been praising the Buffalo Bills throughout the offseason, even going as far to predict that they would make the NFL Playoffs after signing free agent DE Mario Williams, the retired offensive lineman for the New England Patriots, Detroit Lions and New York Jets now has changed his tune on the biggest signing over the past year.
Buffalo Bills receiver David Nelson is expected to miss the rest of the season with a torn ligament in his right knee.
And the news is a little more encouraging for running back Fred Jackson after tests on his right knee came up inconclusive. Doctors will now wait between seven and 10 days to conduct further tests to determine the severity of Jackson's injury.
Two people familiar...
According to Pro Football Weekly, the Buffalo Bills have confirmed that running back Fred Jackson will be out for roughly the next month or so with a knee injury.
Chan Gailey tells reporters that #Bills RB Fred Jackson will miss 3+ weeks, confirms David Nelson done for the year.
— Pro Football Weekly (@ProFootballWkly) September 10, 2012
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It’s wasn’t the season opener the Bills were hoping for.
That’s about all that can be said about the Buffalo Bills 48-28 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon.
In a game that was ugly from the get-go, the Bills could never get going and trailed by as...