Bills running back Fred Jackson has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Dolphins due to a concussion that resulted from a hit by Brandon Spikes late in New England's 37-31 victory on Sunday. With Jackson out, Buffalo running back Tashard Choice suggested that he took issue with the way that the Patriots linebacker celebrated after delivering the blow to Jackson.
"Yeah, he'll get his," Choice told The Associated Press  on Monday. "I don't like to see nobody get hurt, and then on top of that (Spikes) making fun of him while he's on the ground.
"You know it's cool to make a big hit," he added. "But it's not cool [to celebrate] when somebody's down like that."
Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick called Spikes  "a punk, at times" on Sunday.
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