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Buffalo Bills QB Tyrod Taylor was not available to the media post game due to getting an x-ray

Buffalo Bills quarterback suffered an injury late on Monday Night Football.

Tyrod Taylor proved his toughness on Monday Night Football and played through pain late in the game. The Buffalo Bills hurt his shoulder late in the game and was seen holding the injured area between plays. 

Following the game, Taylor continued to favor his shoulder. Joe Buscaglia of WKBW-TV shared video of Taylor walking to the locker room. 

https://twitter.com/JoeBuscaglia/status/669019859414556672

After the 20-13 loss to the New England Patriots, Taylor wasn't available to speak with the media. The reason? Taylor was heading for x-rays. 

https://twitter.com/YianniKourakis/status/669021554072821760

Having an x-ray taken is not surprising considering how Taylor was favoring his shoulder late in the game. Now, Taylor and Bills fans must wait for the results. If the injury is serious, it's hard to believe that the Bills can make any kind of playoff run in 2015. Buffalo's next two opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans, are both tied with the Bills at 5-5. Each game should be considered a must-win game, but it's hard to believe that Buffalo would be able to pull off a victory without Taylor.  


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