Bills’ Zay Jones still being evaluated, Taiwan Jones out for season

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The Bills suffered a disappointing loss beyond just dropping Thursday night’s game to the Jets.

Taiwan Jones, who plays an integral role on the Bills’ special teams, broke his right arm and is out for the season.

Early indications are better on receiver Zay Jones, who twice went down with what appeared to be knee injuries. Jones, who returned on the field and then seemed to re-aggravate his injury, is walking around today but still needs further evaluation, Bills coach Sean McDermott said.

Taiwan Jones is in his first season in Buffalo after spending the last six years in Oakland. Zay Jones is a rookie second-round draft pick who had the best game of his young career on Thursday night.

5 responses to “Bills’ Zay Jones still being evaluated, Taiwan Jones out for season

  1. I am waiting to see how they respond next Sunday. That will be very telling. I am not expecting the playoffs, they have already won more games than I expected.

  2. As much as I love to conduct the Tyrod hate train, he’s evolved the past 2 weeks into a serviceable starter. He’s made good decisions with the football, he’s locating guys both in the pocket and continuing to look when the protection breaks down. He’s giving his guys a chance, rather than just always making the safe throw. It was difficult to watch last night because I truly believed he could have picked that Jets D apart, if he had time. I too, would like to see what he does with a full complement of weapons.

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