C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson were both knocked out of Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings with first-half injuries. After Jackson went down first for the Bills, Spiller went 52 yards on his first carry. Unfortunately, Spiller was ruled out for the remainder of the game with a broken collarbone, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, and will miss the rest of the season after Monday surgery, per a source who has spoken to Spiller.
Before Spiller's season-ending injury, trainers helped Jackson off the field. After, the veteran was wheeled away to the locker room with a groin injury and was quickly ruled out for the game. Rapoport reported, per a source who's spoken to Jackson, is that the runner's MRI gives a worst-case scenario of four weeks to return. Jackson's eyeing Week 9 against the Chiefs.
Here is the rest of Sunday's injury news: