Hyde recorded two tackles and one interception during Sunday's 41-10 victory over the Jets. After collecting 11 total interceptions over the past three seasons, Hyde endured an eight-game drought to begin 2018 before picking off his first pass Sunday. In addition to the lack of turnover production, Hyde is averaging just 3.6 tackles per game, which has lessened his appeal in IDP formats.
Hyde practiced fully Friday for the first time since injuring his groin in Week 4 and does not have an injury status for Sunday's game in Houston, the Bills' official site reports. Hyde will resume his starting safety role next to Jordan Poyer. The Buffalo secondary, which has played extremely well going back to last season, gets a good challenge this week against Deshaun Watson and the wideout trio of DeAndre Hopkins, Will Fuller and Keke Coutee, a group that's been moving the ball all season long.
Hyde (groin) was spotted practicing with the first-time defense Thursday, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports. While the Bills' official practice report is yet to be released, Hyde practicing with the starters Thursday is certainly a good sign for his Week 6 availability. Look for his status to be officially updated when the team releases its injury report later in the day.
Hyde (groin) will not suit up for Sunday's game against the Titans, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Hyde's backup, Rafael Bush, has a shoulder injury and can't go either, so the Bills will be down to Option No. 3 at starting safety across from regular Jordan Poyer.
Hyde (groin) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers. Siran Neal and Rafael Bush will rotate in at the strong safety position for Buffalo as long as Hyde remains sidelined. Expect an update on the veteran's health after the conclusion of the Week 4 game.
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