New Bills CB Suffers Hamstring Injury


The Buffalo Bills are going through a genuine injury crisis at the moment, and even newly signed Bills players can't get away from it, as Xavier Rhodes, signed just two days ago, has now suffered a hamstring injury, and is very unlikely to make his Buffalo debut in Week 4. Buffalo were already missing their top two safeties in Week 3, with one down for the entire season, and after losing another cornerback, the Rhodes signing was a fantastic veteran move that could cover those injuries.

Unfortunately, Rhodes is now a part of that too, and if the Bills are to move back to 3-1 and a tie for first place in the AFC East, they'll need to put up an incredible offence to match the elite play of the Baltimore Ravens, who themselves are looking to head to 3-1 on the year. 

It doesn't seem like it's a serious injury at this point, and there's a chance that Rhodes makes it back to this team in a few weeks, but right now, they're going into games very under-manned in the secondary, and up against good offence's, they'll definitely struggle, and rely even more on the arm of the incredible Josh Allen to hold them up.

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