The Buffalo Bills look like the best team in the NFL through two weeks thanks to a pair of dominant wins over last year's Super Bowl champion (Los Angeles Rams) and top seed in the AFC (Tennessee Titans).
Those wins have come at a cost on the defensive side of the ball as several starters have been injured in the two wins.
One of them will be season-ending.
Safety Micah Hyde is expected to be placed on injured reserve this week and miss the remainder of the season due to a neck injury, according to his agent.
Since joining the Bills secondary prior to the 2017 season Hyde has become of the best safeties in the league. That will be a big hole for the Bills to fill the rest of the way.
Along with Hyde, the Bills are also dealing with significant injuries to Dane Jackson, Ed Oliver, Jordan Poyer, Jordan Phillips, and Tim Settle.
That is a big concern going up against a Miami Dolphins offense on Sunday that has been one of the most electrifying groups in the league so far this season thanks to the wide receiver duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.