Great question. I don't know.
This is why they probably weren't running him much on first down. The Bills are stacking the box. But as someone mentioned, you have to be able to run agianst 8 in the box once in awhile.
Let's see if they can run it three times in a row after that 9-yard run.
Kendricks doesn't drop this one. Seemed like that wasn't going to open, but Rodgers was patient.
Yes, he has played more than in previous games.
Jamaal Williams is in the game now.
They're not gaining a lot on first down, but I do think running it still has an impact.
Buffalo's coverage down the field is pretty good. The receivers are having trouble getting open.
Adams thought he was going to be able to get more taking that route to the middle, but he got stopped short of the first down. Another punt.
While I've been vocal about saying Jones needs to be used as the lead guy, it's not the worst thing in the world to go with three this early in the season. If it keeps Jones from getting worn down and you can still win, then that's probably OK.
But if they get in a tight game, they've got to go with Jones.
Look at some of the blitzes and see how Buffalo's offensive line reacted to them. Figure out what their best personnel combinations were.
Fackrell getting a lot more snaps today. He's in there with Matthews right now.
Not if Cobb's injury isn't serious, which I don't think it is.
At some point, one of those other rookies has to come forward.
Here comes a possible facemask.
I think he will practice again this week, probably on Thursday like he did this past week.
Jackson with the penalty gives the Bills an extra 15.
He's eligible to start practicing two weeks from tomorrow and is eligible to play two weeks after that I believe.
Allen will be short at the end of this run. Clark thinks he stripped the ball and recovered.
And that's how the officials see it.
Replays shows his knee was down.