Buffalo Bills running back Chris Ivory, one of the few bright spots from a dismal showing against the Chicago Bears, was hurt in the fourth quarter on a 1st-and-goal run. With the Bills trailing 34-3, and the Bills facing a first and goal thanks to a pass interference call on fourth down, Ivory took a handoff and jumped in the middle of the line. Ivory was stone-walled and was hurt on the hit.
According to Mike Rodak, Ivory was helped off the field with trainers keeping his left arm in place. A cart was required to take the veteran ball carrier into the locker room and he was ruled out for the rest of the game.
Ivory finished the game with 36 yards on seven carries, while chipping in with 3 catches for 20 yards.
Nathan Peterman finished the drive off two plays later for the Bills first touchdown since a Week 6 scoring strike from Peterman to Zay Jones.