Fred Jackson's journey to the NFL was hardly easy, but he's now playing a starring role for the potent Bills offense. How did he get here?
It's a pass-happy NFL these days, but that hasn't stopped some of the league's elite running backs from putting up big numbers this season.
The Patriots' defense will have to keep a pair of talented Bills backs in check in the run game and in the flats.
Although Ryan Fitzpatrick and Fred Jackson will get most of the attention this week, it's the Bills' offensive line that deserves some love for the team's early success.
Heading into fantasy drafts this weekend, we dig into what is happening to key players, whether through injury or training-camp battles.
Here's a matchup to watch in Sunday's Browns-Bills game.
Let's take a look at a key matchup in Sunday's Vikings-Bills game at the Metrodome.
The Bills come in to the Metrodome on Sunday with nothing to lose and a whole lot of confidence, and the Vikings should not take this one lightly.
While a boatload of stars fail to provide owners with the stats they had hoped for, three Bills have developed into consistent fantasy players who could help carry managers to league titles.
Ryan Fitzpatrick, Stevie Johnson, Fred Jackson and a group of defenders all deserve major credit for the Bills' 49-31 victory over the Bengals in Week 11, but no Bill contributed more to the win than head coach Chan Gailey.
RB Fred Jackson did the bulk of the work on offense and LB Paul Posluszny carried the Bills' defense to a Week 10 victory.
Fred Jackson already was carrying the load in the Buffalo backfield, but now with C.J. Spiller out indefinitely, he is going to be even more of a bell cow down the stretch.
Bills rookie RB C.J. Spiller injured his hamstring in Sunday's 14-12 win over the Lions and is out indefinitely.
Fred Jackson ran for a season-best 133 yards and scored twice in leading the Bills (1-8) to a 14-12 win over the Lions on Sunday. Detroit (2-7) lost its 25th straight road game to break the record the Lions set ...
A lack of running game cost the Bills in Week Nine, as the league's last winless team dropped another game they could have won.