Hyde led the Bills with 10 tackles and added a forced fumble during Thursday's win at Dallas.
Hyde was shaken up briefly in the first half but returned shortly thereafter and played a spectacular game as the Bills upset the Cowboys. The veteran safety now has 56 tackles, two passes defensed, two forced fumbles and an interception on the season.
Hyde made nine tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 24-9 win over Washington.
Hyde notched his highest single-game tackle total of the season versus Washington's run-happy offense. The starting free safety normally has capped IDP value due to lacking tackle volume, but he's averaged seven stops per game since Buffalo's bye in Week 6.
Hyde notched five solo tackles during Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Hyde also returned an onside kick for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, securing Buffalo's win over Miami. The 28-year-old plays a key role in the Bills' secondary, but his low weekly tackle totals -- his game high is five this season -- prevent him from possessing as much upside in IDP formats as fellow Bills safety Jordan Poyer.
Hyde had three solo tackles and an interception in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Hyde came up clutch with the Patriots at the two-yard line and picked off Tom Brady in the end zone, as the Bills managed to give up only nine offensive points for the game. The 28-year-old will continue to work as Buffalo's starting free safety, but his IDP value is somewhat limited due to his tackle totals (13 through four games).
Hyde (neck) participated fully and didn't require a noncontact jersey in practice Sunday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Hyde sat out of Thursday's preseason opener against the Colts. The 28-year-old sported a noncontact jersey in practice Friday. Now fully healthy, Hyde is set for a starting role in Buffalo's secondary.
Hyde (neck) is wearing a non-contact jersey during Friday's practice, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Hyde fully participated during Thursday's practice, but did not take the field for Buffalo's preseason opener versus the Colts on the same day. The veteran safety is set for a starting role with the Bills when healthy, but will evidently require more time to fully recover.
Hyde (neck) was a full participant for Tuesday's practice, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.
Hyde had been tending to a neck injury that forced him to miss practice early in training camp. This is great news for a Bills team that figures to have one of the best secondaries in the game for 2019. Barring injuries, Hyde and Jordan Poyer will roam the safety positions this season.
Hyde (neck) was a limited participant during Sunday's practice, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Hyde was unable to participate in Thursday's practice, but was upgraded for Sunday. It's likely that the injury was just a training camp nick, and the team is taking a cautious approach with veteran. A healthy Hyde will form one of the league's top safety tandems with Jordan Poyer for 2019.
Hyde will miss Thursday's practice due to a neck injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
We'll see if this is just a minor training camp nick. Hyde and Jordan Poyer form one of the league's top safety tandems, so the team would have a difficult time replacing either of them once we get to the regular season.
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 be a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
After missing Week 5 with the groin issue, Hyde appears to be in much better shape as practice for Week 6 against the Texans opens Wednesday. His limited participation doesn't guarantee the safety will suit up Sunday, so it's worth checking back when the final injury report is revealed.
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) missed practice for the third straight day Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans, the Bills' official site reports.
The team has been calling the starting safety "week-to-week" since Hyde suffered the injury last week against the Packers, but no one is ready to rule him out for Week 5 just yet, long as those odds may be. Making things even more challenging for the 1-3 Bills is the fact that Hyde's backup, Rafael Bush, also didn't practice all week due to a shoulder injury.
Hyde (groin) did not practice for the second straight day Thursday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Hyde said Wednesday he was still giving himself a chance to suit up Sunday against the Titans, but coach Sean McDermott indicated earlier in the week Hyde's not dealing with a minor issue. If he can't rally to practice Friday, the odds are pretty good the Bills will rule him out for Week 5.
Hyde, who has been labeled week-to-week with a groin injury, did not practice Wednesday but isn't ready to rule himself out for the Week 5 matchup against Tennessee, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. "The plan this week is to push it and see what you can do," Hyde said.
Hyde did work on the side, so we'll see if he can get out on the field in some fashion Thursday or Friday. Should he not be able to play, that gives the Bills some issues in their secondary considering backup Rafael Bush (shoulder) is also not yet practicing.
Hyde (groin) is considered week-to-week, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Hyde left Sunday's game up in Green Bay after sustaining the groin injury and was forced to miss the remaining action. The week-to-week diagnosis hints there's a real possibility Hyde won't play in Week 5. As of right now, it's more of a wait-and-see situation than anything else. Siran Neal is the safety slotted behind Hyde on the team's depth chart.
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.
Hyde suffered a groin injury in Sunday's game against the Packers and is questionable to return.
It is Hyde's return to Green Bay, which is the team that picked him in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Siran Neal and Rafael Bush will rotate in at strong safety as long as Hyde doesn't return.
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