Danny Amendola put it all on the line in the second half Sunday in a dramatic 23-21 win over the Bills. As it turns out that performance may have come at a price.

Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the wide receiver is ‘almost certain’ to miss Thursday’s game against the Jets with a groin injury.

Rapoport’s colleague Albert Breer adds that the severity of the injury is still being evaluated by the Patriots medical staff. Amendola appeared to tweak his groin late in the first half as he was running a crossing route in the end zone. He came out limping to the sideline and didn’t play the rest of the first half.

Amendola caught 10 passes Sunday for 104 yards including seven in the second half and four on the game-winning drive that led to Stephen Gostkowski‘s 35-yard field goal with five seconds left.

Amendola was not spotted at Tuesday’s walkthrough on the upper grass fields outside Gillette another sign that he is likely to not be ready for Thursday’s games against the Jets in Foxboro.