Jags RB Maurice Jones-Drew, the three-time Pro Bowl running back whose production has increased in recent weeks, will be questionable this week as the Jaguars begin preparing to play the Buffalo Bills, Head Coach Gus Bradley said Monday.
Jones-Drew sustained a hamstring injury in the Jaguars’ victory over Houston last Thursday.
If Jones-Drew can’t play, backup Jordan Todman likely would start, with rookie Denard Robinson also getting carries.
Bradley said Jones-Drew felt better Monday after time off over the weekend, according to the story, but said he likely won’t practice until at least Friday. Jones-Drew told reporters earlier in the day he underwent treatment throughout the weekend and also said that he likely wouldn’t practice until Friday. If that's the case, he could still play in Week 15. Needless to say, his status is up in the air in what would be a pretty decent matchup against the Bills, who are ranked 21st in allowing fantasy points to RBs.