Bills All-Pro Safety To Return In Week 6

Despite their impressive 4-1 record and lead in the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills have been hit hard by the injury bug over the past month, but today, it appears they've received some fantastic news, as All-Pro Safety Jordan Poyer was a full participant in Friday practice, with no injury designation, meaning he will make his return just in time for a blockbuster showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs. 

Poyer started the season in fantastic fashion, recording 4 interceptions in his first three games, before missing the previous two with a rib injury, but now, he's back, and with Micah Hyde missing for the season, the presence of Poyer at the back becomes even more crucial to this defence. 

Jordan bounced around the league a lot since entering in 2013, but landed in Buffalo in 2017, and in recent years, has taken his game to another level, getting his first All-Pro selection in 2021, and with his hot start to 2022, there's no reason why he can't make that two in a row. With the Jets and Dolphins both sitting at 3-2, the Bills, despite their 4-1 record aren't dominating the AFC East, so with Poyer back, it gives them an even better chance to take down the 4-1 Chiefs and gain complete control of the division race.

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