Randle El's consecutive games streak ends at 91

LANDOVER, Md. -- Washington Redskins receiver
Antwaan Randle El missed the first game of his six-year NFL career Sunday against
the Buffalo Bills.

Randle El had started in 91 games for the Pittsburgh Steelers
and the Redskins before a hamstring injury sidelined him Sunday. He
has been bothered by the hamstring for several weeks.

James Thrash missed his third straight game with a sprained
ankle, leaving the Redskins again thin at receiver.

The Bills were depleted at running back. Marshawn Lynch
(sprained ankle) and Anthony Thomas (torn calf muscle) were both on
the inactive list. Lynch missed his third consecutive game.

Buffalo also played without defensive end Chris Kelsay, out with
a sprained ankle.