Bills QB Continues To Be Evaluated With Elbow Injury

The Buffalo Bills suffered a shock loss to the New York Jets this past week, and at the end of the game, the Bills had a chance to drive the field to tie or potentially win the game, but unfortunately, while being strip-sacked, star Quarterback Josh Allen clearly hurt his elbow. It clearly bothered him on several throws in the final drive, and now, according to reports, Allen will be limited in practice this week, while Head Coach Sean McDermott says the team is still evaluating the elbow, and will know more over the next 24 hours.

Despite the loss, the Bills remain 6-2 and tied with the Kansas City Chiefs for first place in the entire AFC, and if Allen can get healthy going forward, there's no reason why they can't finally make a run for the Super Bowl in 2022. The injury didn't seem like a serious one, so the Bills are hopeful that Allen won't miss any time, and even after a disappointing performance against arguably the league's best defence, the team should still be incredibly optimistic.

On the day, Allen still ran for almost 100 yards and added two rushing Touchdown's, and he remains one of the best Quarterback's in the NFL, so it's safe to say that over the next few days, Bills fans will have their heart in their mouths regarding his status. 

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