Bills QB Expected To Play In Week 10

The Buffalo Bills were upset in a major way in Week 9 by the division rival New York Jets, but that wasn't the biggest story coming out of the game, as that focus was directed towards the injury suffered by superstar Quarterback Josh Allen in the fourth quarter.

It was then revealed that Allen sustained a UCL sprain, and while it wasn't expected to make him miss any time, it was going to be a great source of discomfort going forward, forcing No. 17 to miss practice on three straight days this week. This left many expecting Case Keenum to get the start against his former team the Minnesota Vikings, but today, the Bills seemed to put those expectations to rest, as they didn't elevate veteran Matt Barkley from the practice squad, leaving just two QB's on the active roster, with Allen likely to start yet again. 

If the Bills are to fulfil their own expectations of being Super Bowl favourites in 2022, they'll need Allen, along with this banged up defence to get healthy, so things could certainly change before Sunday's game, but right now, it looks like Allen and the Bills will match up with the dominant Vikings, which could potentially be a game of the year.

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