Josh Allen day-to-day with foot sprain

NFL: DEC 12 Bills at Buccaneers
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Bills quarterback Josh Allen left the stadium after Sunday’s loss to the Buccaneers in a walking boot because of a foot injury and said he didn’t think it would be a “big deal” for him because he was able to finish the game.

Allen said he’d go for more tests on Monday and head coach Sean McDermott gave an update on his condition during a Monday press conference. McDermott said that Allen is sore and that he’s day-to-day heading into Week 15.

McDermott said that Allen has a chance of playing against the Panthers at home on Sunday, but that he’s not sure if Allen will take part in practice on Wednesday.

Allen was 36-of-54 for 308 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in the overtime loss to Tampa. He also ran 12 times for 109 yards and a touchdown.

17 responses to “Josh Allen day-to-day with foot sprain

  1. Allen took an absolute beating in that game. Unfortunately his herculean second half effort couldn’t overcome the poor officiating. Lack of consistency on PI calls was glaring, and ultimately decided the game.

  2. Allen will want to play Sunday even if he’s in a wheelchair. Don’t rush him, be smart. Trubisky is a viable option against the Panthers IMHO.

  3. Allen is a warrior – but having him play like he did yesterday simply isn’t sustainable.

    They’ll probably have to if they want to get anywhere this year. But the offseason should be all about getting him a better line & running game.

  4. They have to get a running game going or they will waste his career. It’s criminal what they are asking him to do every week.

  5. They will def get better at RB next year. It’s really the only Deficiency on that team

  6. Surprising that it’s only his foot that’s bothering him.
    Would have suspected that he’d have a sore back as well after carrying his entire team yesterday.

  7. Only a matter of time before Diva Diggs begins complaining about lack of targets and TDs……..

  8. oldleatherlips says:
    December 13, 2021 at 6:51 pm
    Only a matter of time before Diva Diggs begins complaining about lack of targets and TDs……..

    Except Diggs is 8th in the NFL in targets, 10th in TD catches and has been nothing but the model teammate and member of the community in Buffalo since he arrived. For comparison he ranked 42 in targets in his final year in Minnesota. Is it possible he had a valid reason to be unhappy with how he was being used?

  9. McDermott is going to run Allen to the ground.
    By age of 27, Cam Newton was hit 830 times, 300 more times than the second QB. He is all washed up by age of 32.

  10. We’ve all seen this before with these running QBs.

    It starts with a tweak to an ankle or knee which he plays through because he’s a warrior, but he’ll be a little slower and less mobile next game and then hell really get creamed.

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