Tom Brady might have to rely heavily on Rob Gronkowski Sunday. The Patriots will likely be without several of their top offensive weapons against the visiting Bills at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots (11-3) already ruled out running back Rex Burkhead (knee) for Sunday's AFC East tilt, but might not have Chris Hogan or James White. Hogan (shoulder) and White (ankle) are both questionable for the game and are not expected to play, according to ESPN. Starting offensive tackle Nate Solder is also questionable with an illness. White has just 171 rushing yards this season, but is third on the team with 56 receptions for 429 yards and three touchdowns. Hogan has 34 catches for 439 yards and five scores. Burkhead has 264 rushing yards and a team-high five rushing touchdowns. He's also caught 30 passes for 254 yards and three touchdowns.
Patriots could be without key offensive weapons against Bills
Sporting News | Dec 24