The Buffalo Bills may be shorthanded on offense against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London this week. With Sammy Watkins on crutches and in a walking boot, his running mate Percy Harvin is unlikely to play due to a lingering hip injury, according to ESPN.
Harvin sat out for Week 6 against the Cincinnati Bengals, and it sounds like the hip will keep him on the sidelines once again. Harvin was expected to be listed as probable before Sunday's game, but he was limited in practice Friday and was unable to go against the Bengals.
Harvin started the season strong, but he's struggled of late. Over the past three weeks -- including Sunday's missed game -- Harvin has caught just three passes for 26 yards. By comparison, he caught 16 passes for 192 yards and a touchdown in the first three games of the season.
It seems likely that the Bills will be without both Harvin and Watkins on Sunday, as they struggle to field a complete offense. Fortunately, LeSean McCoy returned this week and looked healthy, rushing 17 times for 90 yards and a touchdown. It's possible the Bills get back rookie RB Karlos Williams as well, and one would think they use a run heavy attack against the Jags. Charles Clay at TE could benefit as well.