Bills Hopeful of Having M. Lynch Against Patriots
Buffalo Bills Coach Dick Jauron said during a news conference he's hopeful that the team will have rookie tailback Marshawn Lynch available for this weekend's game against the unbeaten New England Patriots.
Lynch suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday's narrow victory over the winless Miami Dolphins. He is the NFL's fifth-leading rusher with 751 yards.
The Patriots, coming off their bye week, will take a 9-0 record into Sunday night's game at Buffalo. The Bills have won four straight games to improve to 5-4.
By Mark Maske |
November 12, 2007; 3:00 PM ET
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