Bills beat writer Mike Rodak on the chances that RB Fred Jackson plays in Week 10: I'd say Jackson has a chance, but the odds are still against him playing Sunday. After he was injured in an Oct. 19 win over the Minnesota Vikings, he told WGR 550 radio that doctors expected a monthlong recovery process for a groin muscle that tore off the bone. Jackson, 33, is known as a quick healer and a tough player who can play through pain, so it wouldn't shock me if he played -- but the more prudent move might be to ensure he's healthy for the stretch run. The Bills will need him.
We're not counting on Jackson either. We'll see how he progresses this week. If he does play, he's like be ranked in the teens and share the workload with Anthony Dixon.