1:02 PM EST, Mon December 17, 2018
ClutchPoints 20 hours ago
Buffalo Bills run out of running backs after injury bug bites again

Buffalo Bills run out of running backs after injury bug bites again

Following injuries to running back Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford, the Buffalo Bills ran out of running backs during their matchup against the Detroit Lions. They went into the day without LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory, who were inactive with a hamstring and a shoulder injury respectively. The #Bills are out of running backs. Can’t […] The post Buffalo Bills run out of running backs after injury bug bites again appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Buffalo Rumblings 22 hours ago
RBs in peril after Marcus Murphy leaves with arm injury

RBs in peril after Marcus Murphy leaves with arm injury

The Bills are down to their fourth RB. The Buffalo Bills are down to their fourth-string running back as Marcus Murphy has left the game with what looks like a broken arm. He left the game in the second quarter and his return is officially “doubtful”. Murphy was the starting running back after LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory were declared inactive with hamstring and shoulder injuries, respectively. Undrafted rookie Keith Ford was promoted from the practice squad this week and is the only other running back on the roster. Patrick DiMarco is still healthy at fullback and could give Ford a...
Buffalo Rumblings 22 hours ago
Bills vs Lions: Second half open thread

Bills vs Lions: Second half open thread

Explosive plays have been the difference in this one. The Bills started the game with a seven minute ground-focused drive, featuring Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford in place of the usual veterans. That drive sputtered out at the edge of field goal range, Josh Allen taking a sack to force the team into a punt. The Lions punted at the end of their first drive, and the first quarter finished scoreless. Detroit found life in the second quarter. Kenny Golladay beat Tre’Davious White down the sideline for a long catch, and some effective outside running put Detroit at the goalline, where Matthew...
Democrat and Chronicle Dec 16, 2018
LeSean McCoy, Chris Ivory both inactive for Bills

LeSean McCoy, Chris Ivory both inactive for Bills

LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory were not able to dress for Sundays game against the Lions, meaning the Bills are down to Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford.         
Buffalo Rumblings Dec 16, 2018
LeSean McCoy, Chris Ivory unlikely to play against Lions

LeSean McCoy, Chris Ivory unlikely to play against Lions

Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford look like the healthy backs in Buffalo It looks as if the Buffalo Bills will be without LeSean McCoy and Chris Ivory for Sunday’s match-up with the Detroit Lions. Early reports from ESPN’s Adam Schefter have both backs looking highly unlikely to play, leaving the Bills thin at running back. If Schefter’s report holds true, it looks as if Marcus Murphy and Keith Ford will be the two active running backs for the Bills. Fans may remember Ford from the preseason, when he appeared in all four games while rushing for 130 yards on 34 carries. The rookie from...

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