EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Bills running back C.J. Spiller left the game against the Jets in the third quarter with a knee injury and did not return.
It was uncertain when Spiller was injured, but he had just 10 carries for 9 yards when he left.
Also, Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin and Jets running back Chris Ivory left with hamstring injuries.
McKelvin was ruled out for the rest of the game, while Ivory was questionable.
McKelvin went down twice during the Jets’ opening drive in the first quarter Sunday, grabbing at his right hamstring each time.
After the second, he slammed his helmet to the ground as he walked to the sideline. McKelvin was examined by trainers, and then watched from the sideline with his right leg wrapped in ice.
It was a tough blow to an already banged-up secondary for the Bills, who were without starting cornerback Stephon Gilmore and safety Jairus Byrd with injuries.
Ivory also left midway through the second quarter, and had 5 yards rushing before being checked out by trainers on the sideline.
Defensive tackles Jones out for year: Detroit Lions defensive tackle Jason Jones is out for the year with a left knee injury.
Jones ruptured his left patella tendon in the second quarter of the Lions’ 27-20 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Jones was carted off after a pass play with 5:55 remaining in the first half.
Defensive end Wake leaves game with knee injury: In Miami Gardens, Fla., Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake has left their game against Atlanta with a knee injury.
Raiders at Broncos
Pryor shakes off pressure: In Denver, Oakland quarterback Terrelle Pryor knows the temptation will be to put more on his shoulders, to try to match the Broncos score for score all by himself Monday night — to try to out-Peyton Peyton.
In his short time in the league, Pryor has already figured out that’s no way to approach this game.
“When you do that, you’ll come up short because Peyton (Manning) is a great quarterback,” the third-year veteran said. “It reminds me of Tiger Woods, when his competitors were kind of going against him and they kind of folded because they pressed. I’ve got to stay away from doing that.”
If the Raiders (1-1) are going to have any chance, it figures to come on the strength of their league-leading rushing offense (198.5 yards per game) and a defense that finished Week 2 tied for the NFL lead in sacks with nine.
Pryor, who won the starting job over offseason pickup and former LSU standout Matt Flynn, had 162 yards rushing in the first two games, though he insists running is only a last option.
“I know if I have pressure and guys get in, that’s when I think about running,” said Pryor, a third-round selection in the 2011 supplemental draft.