Posted by GameSetMatch on 20th November 2009
Buffalo Bills starting defensive tackle Marcus Stroud has been ruled out because of a knee injury, meaning the NFL’s worst run defense could be without both starting defensive tackles against Jacksonville this weekend.
Kyle Williams has missed three games because of a knee injury, and was listed as questionable by interim head coach Perry Fewell on Friday. Williams has practiced sparingly this weekend.
The Bills (3-6) have only two other defensive tackles on their roster — reserves Spencer Johnson and John McCargo.
Their defense is allowing an NFL-worst 173 yards rushing this season. Buffalo prepares to face the run-happy Jaguars led by Maurice Jones-Drew, who’s tied for fourth in the league with 860 yards rushing and has scored seven of his 12 touchdowns in the past four games.
Click here to read the full article – By Associated Press of ESPN.com