Bills’ Von Miller was hurt in the knee against the Lions and has been sent home

DETROIT — – Buffalo Bills pass rusher Von Miller Due to a knee injury, he was unable to play for the remainder of the Thanksgiving Day game.

Miller was injured in less than three minutes of the first half. He appeared to have been rolled up on a first and 10 play for the Lions at Bills' 16 yard line. Miller quickly sank to his knees and spoke briefly with the athletic trainers. Before being taken to the locker room, he spent several minutes in the medical tent of the team.

Detroit was able to score a touchdown just before Bills kickeder. Tyler Bass To take a 17-14 lead at the half, he made a 47-yard field kick.

This pass rusher is his first season with the Bills, and 12th in the NFL. He is the leader in sacks at eight. He was hit once by a quarterback and had one tackle before he left the game. Miller was ranked second in the NFL, with 37 pressures. He trailed only Micah Parsons (44).

The injury comes at an unfortunate time for a weak Bills defensive team. Both Greg Rousseau A.J. Epenesa, Miller's second-best pass rusher, is inactive due to ankle injuries. The Bills' remaining defensive ends are Shaq Lawson, Boogie Basham Practice squad player Mike LoveToday's player was named as.

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