Coach Chan Gailey said after the game that Nelson's injury was more severe than Jackson's.
“Fred doesn't look as bad as David," Gailey said. "We don't know how bad David is, but it doesn't look good right now. Fred doesn't look nearly as bad but we're going to get a further evaluation tomorrow.”
The loss of Nelson for any significant amount of time would be a major blow to the Bills. The third-year slot receiver is one of QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's most dependable targets. He was injured early in the fourth quarter.
The news regarding Jackson's injury is a pleasant surprise. Jackson, Buffalo's best offensive playmaker, suffered the injury to his right knee early in the second quarter and did not return. CBSSports.com's Jason LaCanfora reported that Jackson has a sprained LCL and will undergo further tests on Monday.