The Buffalo Bills published a very important piece of news yesterday regarding one of their star players.
Josh Allen, quarterback and MVP candidate, has been dealing with a nagging ankle injury.
However, at least when looking at yesterday’s injury report, that appears to not be the case anymore.
Josh Allen’s ankle injury no longer on the injury report.
Isaiah McKenzie a full participant after missing the end of last week. DT DaQuan Jones (calf) injury is new. https://t.co/DFPcoH5hhO
— Alaina Getzenberg (@agetzenberg) January 18, 2023
In their upcoming playoff game with the Cincinnati Bengals, the Bills will nearly be at full health, a necessity in any playoff game.
These two teams were scheduled to play each other this season but were not able to complete the game given the injury that Damar Hamlin suffered during that contest.
The Bengals aren’t just another team to face in the playoffs, though.
Although Allen has been exceptional this season, his one downfall is a lack of receiving help, something that Burrow and the Bengals have in abundance.
Allen’s number-one receiving option, Stefon Diggs, is one of the league’s best receivers.
However, the drop-off between Diggs and their next-best receiver is a cliff, especially when you consider the weapons that Burrow has at his disposal.
Will the Bills’ incredible defense be able to slow down this potent offense?
And, will Allen’s combination of rushing ability and extreme arm talent be enough?
Whoever comes out victorious in this game will likely be playing against the Kansas City Chiefs, who present their own unique challenges in a matchup.