Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy Expected to Play vs. Jaguars

Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy Expected to Play vs. Jaguars

ORCHARD PARK, NY - For the first time since week two, the Bills' offense could have both their top offensive weapons in Sammy Watkins and LeSean McCoy. 

Both are listed as "questionable" but are expected to play on Sunday against the Jaguars. 

Watkins practiced for the first time in eight weeks but was limited all week. Still, Rex Ryan is optimistic for Sunday. 

"I think he's good to go. I mean he won't have a full workload but we're definitely going to get him in there," Rex Ryan said after practice on Friday. 

"He's about three-quarter speed. He's still quick out of his breaks; his long speed, his conditioning wasn't there. He was on a pitch count in practice. But it was encouraging just to see him back on the football field," Offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn said. 

As for LeSean McCoy, he was also limited in practice all week after having surgery to repair a dislocated thumb but it doesn't look like that will keep him out of the lineup. 

"I think his thumb is fine. I think he''' be ready to get majority of the reps," Rex Ryan said. 


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