Mac Jones, QB (NE)

Surgery, DNPs possible

Jones may require surgery on the high-ankle sprain that he sustained Sunday against the Ravens and likely is slated for a multi-game absence, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

As was believed to be the case in the aftermath of Week 3 action, Jones indeed has been diagnosed with a left high-ankle sprain after undergoing an MRI on Monday. Assuming Jones has to sit out Sunday at Green Bay and beyond, Brian Hoyer is in line to direct the Patriots offense in the meantime, with rookie fourth-round pick Bailey Zappe available to serve as the team's backup quarterback.

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Marcus Jones

DB | NE

Sees snaps on offense Thursday

Jones, who logged three snaps on offense in Thursday's 24-10 loss to the Bills, per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, caught both of his targets in the contest for 51 yards and a TD.

Jonnu Smith

Jonnu Smith

TE | NE

Records two catches in Week 13

Smith logged 17 of a possible 54 snaps on offense in Thursday's 24-10 loss to the Bills en route to catching both of his targets for six yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

Hunter Henry

Hunter Henry

TE | NE

Catches two passes Thursday

Henry was on the field for 47 of a possible 54 snaps on offense in Thursday's 24-10 loss to the Bills en route to catching two of his five targets for 13 yards, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

Game script curtails opportunity

Stevenson rushed 10 times for 54 yards and brought in six of eight targets for 24 yards in the Patriots' 24-10 loss to the Bills on Thursday night. He also fumbled once but recovered.

Mac Jones

Mac Jones

QB | NE

Underwhelming numbers in loss

Jones completed 22 of 36 passes for 195 yards with one touchdown and no interception in the Patriots' 24-10 loss to the Bills on Thursday night. He also rushed three times for seven yards and committed a fumble that was recovered by New England.

Jakobi Meyers

Jakobi Meyers

WR | NE

Examined for head injury

Meyers entered the blue tent to be evaluated for a potential head injury Thursday against the Bills, Chris Mason of The Springfield Republican reports.