Amid uncertainly of where the Buffalo Bills will play their game this week, the team received some reassuring news this afternoon.
Star quarterback and NFL MVP candidate Josh Allen is slated to make a full go this week.
After being limited all week, #Bills QB Josh Allen and his elbow is off the injury report. He will play. Meanwhile, S Jordan Poyer was a full participant today but is still listed as questionable.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 18, 2022
While it is fantastic news that Allen will play in this week’s game, there is still another matter at hand.
The Bills are still in Buffalo and are currently having team meetings over video chat.
With the current snowstorm, let’s hope that the Bills can arrive in Detroit safely, so the game between the Bills and the Browns can be played.
Allen is a full participant, even in virtual practice and walk-throughs, which is a step in the right direction.
As it sits, Allen is a front-runner for league MVP.
So far in the 2022 season, he is third in passing yards, second in passing touchdowns, and third in quarterback rushing yards.
While it is shaping up to be a two-horse race between Allen and Patrick Mahomes, Allen is on a great track to win the award.
The Bills are currently 6-3 and would hold the No. 6 seed in the playoffs if the season were to end today.
Having Allen on the field not only gives the Bills the best opportunity to win this week but holds larger season-long implications as well.
A win against the Browns in Detroit this week would put the Bills at 7-3, likely vaulting themselves up a few spots in the rankings.
Lose this game, and they will have lots of catching up to do in the standings.
Needless to say, there’s a lot at stake.