As if their loss to another AFC East rival wasn’t enough, the Buffalo Bills are now dealing with something that no member of Bills Mafia wants to hear.
According to reports, Bills quarterback Josh Allen is dealing with an elbow injury to his ulnar collateral ligament and related nerves. He is currently being evaluated and the team hopes to know more about the injury by Tuesday.
At first, it was expected that Allen would simply have his practice reps limited but not be at risk of missing any game action. However, according to “fantasy doc” Jesse Morse, this is an injury that could end up being a concern for the Bills, and it is “not something that heals in a week.”
There is also footage showing exactly when Allen suffered the injury. And based on the tape, it does not look very pleasant at all.
The good news for Bills fans is Josh Allen is just built different. The dude is an absolute dawg, so you’d probably have to cut his arm off in order for him to miss any time.
That being said, he did also throw the longest pass in the NFL over the last six years AFTER suffering the injury on Sunday, as his final pass of the game—which was intended for Gabriel Davis—traveled an insane 69.3 yards in the air.