Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
2 weeks ago

Hughes (hand) will be active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

EDGE Analysis

Hughes practiced in limited fashion throughout the entire week, but was ultimately expected to play heading into the weekend. Lerentee McCray and Shaq Lawson could see additional reps at outside linebacker if Hughes suffers any kind of setback.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
3 weeks ago

Hughes (hand) practiced on a limited basis for the third straight day Friday and has been listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Cincinnati.

EDGE Analysis

The Bills have five players listed as questionable for a game they can't afford to lose, while Hughes is fully expected to play. If the probable designation still existed, Hughes would likely have it. As it stands, Andy Dalton has been vulnerable to the sack lately -- he's already taken 28 for the season -- and Hughes stands a good chance of creating some disruptions in the Cincy backfield.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
3 weeks ago

Hughes (hand) was limited at practice Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

This doesn't seem like a concern, as Hughes has been dealing with the hand issue for a while and continues to play -- and play well -- through it. The excitable vet is up to 5.0 sacks and 29 tackles on the season, and that pace might increase with Shaq Lawson now creating pressure and a healthier Marcell Dareus about to do the same. With the Bills' schedule easing up, Hughes makes for a nice IDP play the rest of the way.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
4 weeks ago

Hughes totaled three tackles, a sack, and a blocked punt during Monday's loss to the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

Hughes was one of the few defensive players that made a difference for the Bills -- a positive difference, at least -- on a night when Russell Wilson and Jimmy Graham had their way on several drives. He's already equaled his 5.0 sack total of 2015, and should be able to keep up that pace if not exceed it as the Bills add on other attention-seekers like Shaq Lawson and Marcell Dareus for the last seven games.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
1 month ago

The Bills have listed Hughes (hand) as active for Monday's game versus the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

Although he was limited in practice all week, Hughes will play Monday. Barring any setbacks, the veteran should see his usual workload at outside linebacker.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
1 month ago

Hughes (hand) is questionable for Monday's contest against the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

Hughes has been limited in practice all week. With fellow outside linebackers Lorenzo Alexander and Lerentee McCray also listed as questionable, the Bills could be facing a shortage of pass-rushers against the Seahawks.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
1 month ago

Hughes (hand) is active for Sunday's matchup with the Patriots.

EDGE Analysis

After being limited in practice all week, the defensive end will take the field on Sunday, playing alongside the league-leader in sacks, Lorenzo Alexander. If he does see his reps monitored because of the injury, look for Lerentee McCray to see increased action.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
1 month ago

Hughes (hand) practiced on a limited basis for the third straight day Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

EDGE Analysis

Lorenzo Alexander is getting all kinds of (well-deserved) credit for coming out of nowhere to lead the NFL in sacks, but part of that is due to all the chaos Hughes creates on the other side of the alignment. Given all the injuries the Bills have on offense, the team needs Hughes and his teammates to keep the Patriots in check this week, never an easy task.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
1 month ago

Hughes was limited for Wednesday's practice due to a hand injury.

EDGE Analysis

We assume with the rest of the week to continue healing and with a limited practice already, Hughes will be ready to go for what shapes up to be a very important Week 8 game against the rival Patriots.

Jerry Hughes
DL BUF (10)
3 months ago

Hughes logged six tackles - including two sacks - during Buffalo's Week 1 loss to the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

No one has been able to slow down Hughes throughout training camp and he carried that right over into the regular season. Coach Rex Ryan keeps singing his praises and apparently Hughes likes his new role as more of a linebacker in the team's 3-4 defense. He's also going to see more mismatches when the team has him rush at the opponent's right side of the line. A double-digit sack season appears to be in the cards for Hughes.