JACKSONVILLE (WIVB) - The injuriies continue for the Buffalo Bills, no matter who'sthe head coach. Two important offensive players were hurtSunday in Jacksonville. Rookie guard Eric Wood broke his leftleg in the fourth quarter. He will remain in JacksonvilleSunday night, and have surgery on the break. The team did notwant him flying back to Buffalo with the rest of the team.
Wood's season is now over. He had started all tengames.
Wood's injury was caught on tape and is on YouTube. Clickbelow to watch.
Marshawn Lynch was injured after fumblng in the secondquarter. Its an injury to his left shoulder. He did notreturn to the game. No word yet on how long Lynch may beout.
Guard Seth McKinney injured his knee, and left the game in thethird quarter. He had been originally hurt early in the game.Its expected that McKinney, who made his first Bills start, willmiss some games.
After Wood was injured, leaving the Bills without both startingguards. there was some juggling on the offensive line that wasalready starting its 7th different combination of the season.
Andy Levitre, who started at left tackle, moved back to leftguard while Jonathan Scott played the tackle spot. KirkChambers, who started at right tackle, moved to right guard whileJamon Meredith played right tackle.
Demetrius Bell was inactive with a knee injury.\
Kyle Williams returned after missing two games with a kneeinjury. Donte Whitner returned after missing three games witha sprained ankle.
Terrence McGee, Marcus Stroud and Ashton Youboty were inactivedue to injuries.
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