Patriots downgrade Isaiah Wynn to out

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The Patriots listed 13 players as questionable for their Saturday night game against the Bills to open the postseason. Twelve of those players traveled with the team. One did not.

The Patriots ruled out left tackle Isaiah Wynn on Friday afternoon.

Wynn has hip and ankle injuries. He played only nine snaps last week before backup Justin Herron replaced him.

Wynn played 16 games this season, starting 15. Herron played 16 games with four starts.

Linebackers Dont'a Hightower (knee) and Jamie Collins (ankle) were among the other players who were questionable, but both made the trip to Buffalo.

5 responses to “Patriots downgrade Isaiah Wynn to out

  1. Throw trent at left and big mike at right and let’s go get a win nobody believes in us and that’s just how I like it.

  2. “Definitely addition by subtraction. Gave up a sack every 4.6 passing plays.”

    Bull. The Patriots attempted to pass 538 times. 538/4.6 would equal 117 sacks attributable to Wynn alone.
    If you’re gonna troll, at least try to make it believable. Geesh.

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