On the Bengals’ third play of the fourth quarter, left tackle Jonah Williams suffered an apparent leg injury.
Upon review, Williams got his right knee rolled up on. Williams was carted off of the field.
We are cursed. Jonah Williams (73) gets his right knee taken out. pic.twitter.com/9DZUUgxryx— Goodberry (@JoeGoodberry) December 6, 2020
Williams injured his neck against the Cleveland Browns and missed two games because of it. This injury looks much more serious and potentially season-ending.
As the team’s first-round pick from the 2019 NFL Draft, Williams has started 10 games as the offense’s left tackle. Williams missed all of the 2019 season with a shoulder injury that he suffered in the 2019 offseason.
When he injured his neck in Week 7 of this season, Williams was replaced by both Fred Johnson and Hakeem Adeniji. Johnson is inactive for this game, so Adeniji figures to be Williams’ replacement for today and for as long as need be.