Absent from injury report on Thursday and Friday, Gabe Davis shows up as questionable for Monday night

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One of the NFL’s emerging talents at the receiver position may not be adding to his recent exploits on Monday night against the Titans.

In their official injury report prior to Monday night’s game against the Titans, the Bills have listed receiver Gabe Davis as questionable, with an ankle injury. Davis didn’t appear on the injury report on Thursday or Friday. He was limited in practice on Saturday.

Elsewhere on the injury report, defensive tackle Ed Oliver is out for the Bills, with an ankle injury. Defensive tackle Tim Settle in questionable with a calf injury. He was limited in practice on Saturday after missing Thursday and Friday.

Jordan Phillips slides into Oliver’s role as one of the four starters on the defensive line.

Davis had four catches for 88 yards and a touchdown in Buffalo’s season-opening win over the Rams. Davis had four touchdown receptions in the team’s prior game, a classic playoff loss to the Chiefs.

5 responses to “Absent from injury report on Thursday and Friday, Gabe Davis shows up as questionable for Monday night

  1. If Davis is unable to go the Bills will likely go with this year’s steal in the draft 5th round pick WR Khalil Shakir or Practice squad WR Isaiah Hodgins, who made some amazing catches in preseason, but just fell short of the 53 man roster.

  2. Not worried about the WR position. Allen can make a PS player look like an All Pro and the Titans secondary is meh. But not having Oliver and possibly Settle is concerning going against Henry. Titans O line is also meh so hopefully it’s not a big deal.

    33-17 Bills

  3. Bills’ fans arrogance may change if JA keeps running and gets put on the IR. He’s an MVP candidate b/c Buffalo goes NOWHERE without him.

  4. One of the biggest difference between the Bills and the rest of the league is depth. It’ll be tested Monday night but they’re built for these unforeseen circumstances.

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