Josh Allen, quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings. Allen is suffering from an ailment to his right elbow.
Due to this, he missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Allen appears to be advancing in his recuperation, which is good news for the Bills. He was categorized as a limited participant
in practice on Friday. Due to Allen's doubtful status for Week 10, Bills supporters will have to wait until Sunday to learn who will start at quarterback for their team.
If Allen is unable to play, Case Keenum would start the game. Sean McDermott, head coach of the Buffalo Bills, said the organization will continue to monitor its star quarterback.
McDermott stated on WGR550, "We are in an hour-by-hour position to watch how he grows throughout the day." The Bills would obviously love to have Allen on the field. The majority of
their offensive relies on his ability to wreak havoc on opposition defenses with his strong right arm and powerful legs. On the other hand, the Bills cannot afford to rush Allen back
and risk aggravating his injury issue. Allen completes 64.1% of his passes for 2,403 yards, 19 touchdowns, and eight interceptions.