The Buffalo Bills are heading into a tough matchup in Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings.
However, this matchup might have one key player missing.
This player is Josh Allen, who was hurt near the end of Sunday’s loss to the New York Jets.
With the Bills needing a win, what is the status of Allen going into Week 10?
Dov Kleiman Gives Concerning Update
Dov Kleiman put out a tweet about how Allen wasn’t a part of the Bills practice on Wednesday.
#Bills QB Josh Allen did not practice on Wednesday with his elbow injury.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) November 9, 2022
Because of his elbow injury from Sunday, the Bills are taking things easy with Allen, who is the franchise QB.
They know they can’t risk him further hurting himself during a practice session.
However, does his absence mean he will miss the Bills versus Vikings matchup in Week 10?
Adam Schefter Gives Fans His Outlook On Allen
While Kleiman says Allen wasn’t at practice, Adam Schefter says he is “day-to-day” with his injury.
Bills’ HC Sean McDermott called Josh Allen “day-to-day” and said they will see if he is able to play on Sunday vs. the Vikings due to his ulnar collateral ligament injury.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 9, 2022
With Allen having an ulnar collateral ligament injury in his throwing arm, he might miss Sunday’s game against the Vikings.
However, it’s not 100% that Allen misses this game, but there’s a chance with the Bills taking every precaution to protect their QB.
If he misses the game, the backup for the Bills will be Case Keenum, the former QB for the Vikings.
With this becoming a likely possibility, the Bills offense might have a harder time without Allen.
However, the Bills might not reveal Allen’s availability against the Vikings until game time.