Buffalo Bills Clear Quaterback Allen for Week 18

The Buffalo Bills are in the middle of one of the most tumultuous weeks in NFL history, but at least they'll have some stability at quarterback. Josh Allen was removed from the team's final injury report, indicating he'll be good to go for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots. Allen was limited in practice this week with ankle and elbow injuries. Despite playing a punishing, crunching brand of football, Allen hasn't missed a game since 2018, his rookie season. He has netted 3884 passing yards and rushed for 746 yards in 15 games this season.

As the Bills attempt to sort through the complicated new playoff rules set down by the league today, one thing remains clear: they need to beat the Patriots this week to best position themselves for a deep postseason run. 

Thankfully, Allen has thoroughly dominated his AFC East rival since Tom Brady left the division, winning five of six games including the postseason while amassing 1464 passing yards and a 15/1 touchdown to interception ratio. His lone loss occurred in Buffalo in wild weather that included wind gusts of up to 50 miles per hour. 
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